Cambridge UPA are very pleased to announce their next invited speaker, Walt Buchan Director of User Research at CX Partners. Walt will be sharing his experience of running research sessions with handheld devices and bringing along the equipment he uses for you to play with.
At the end of the session we'll be giving you the opportunity to share your set ups and stories too. If you already have a mobile user testing set up you use in the office, cafe or elsewhere we want you to bring along a few photos or slides to share with the group.
There will be FREE BEER and some snacks too.
Date: Monday 28th May 2012.
Time: 18.30 for drinks, nibbles and networking. The talk starts at 18.45, 19:45 - 20:00 audience share photos and stories of their mobile testing set ups the event will finish by 20.15.
Venue: Red Gate Software, Cambridge – note that Cambridge is just 45 minutes from Kings Cross but you will need to get a taxi to get to Red Gate, or pack a Brompton.
Registration: The event is free and you do not need to be a UK UPA member to attend
What are the objectives when we test handheld devices? What are the difficulties and what equipment should I use to best capture the sessions for myself and others who want to observe? These are all questions that I've asked myself as I've experimented with cameras, rigs and software.
I'll be sharing my stories, bringing along my mobile testing setup for you to look at and recommending ways to make your research simpler to accomplish and deliver better quality evidence.
About Walt Buchan
Walt has been designing interactions, documenting design and researching user experience for 11 years. Now Director of User Research at CX Partners in Bristol his experience of qualitative research and analysis techniques provides essential rigor to the execution of research, both in the lab and the field.
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Cambridge Usability Group
This talk is hosted by the Cambridge Usability Group, an informal group of people who share an interest in design and user experience.
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