What to expect at UX Brighton
Research belongs at the heart of UX. It guides our work and shapes our decisions. That’s why Advancing Research is the theme of UX Brighton 2018.
It’s time to take a look at the place of research within the UX landscape - time to further our knowledge of tools and methods, and time to extend our research skills to embrace new technologies.
Join us for the day. Gather skills and insights that will bring solid benefits for you, your colleagues and your clients.
I just want to say what a truly good and valuable thing UX Brighton is. I always come away inspired. Thanks again.Al Fransham
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UX Brighton consistently sends me away with a renewed sense of purpose and a drive to continue to simply make the world a better place through useful, purposeful user experiences.Phil Parker
Emma is a passionate advocate for the role of research within design. Her 18 years of experience have made her a trusted and entertaining voice on all aspects of UX research. Emma’s solid background of work at the BBC, at Monotype, and in other agency and client-side roles, gives her valuable, insightful perspectives that she loves to share.
Emma firmly believes in the need for high quality research, integrated within every aspect of the processes we create as teams of designers and other professionals.
As head of user research at the Home Office, Katy Arnold has a major role in shaping important digital services used by millions of people. She is committed to raising standards of user research, and is building a community of skilled practitioners within the UK Government.
Katy fervently champions the building of digital inclusion into our society’s online landscape. She shares her knowledge and experience at events around Europe.
Kate believes that in order for research to be truly valuable, it must be done thoroughly, professionally, and securely. She creates labs, panels and archives that are carefully designed to meet demanding specifications, sometimes assembled with minimal resources, but never compromising quality.
Working freelance, Kate refuses to fit neatly within job titles. Instead, she takes an entrepreneurial approach to her work with government, agencies, universities, broadcasters and others. The BBC and Co-Op are the current beneficiaries of Kate’s exacting approach.