When: Wed 3 Oct, 2018 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Where: Prophecy Unlimited One Glass Wharf, Bristol BS2 0EL

We're back with another evening of talks - and for this time it's a UX special!

UX stands for User Experience and is something that impacts many elements of content, marketing, design and more, so we're going to give you some entry-level presentations on how UX professionals go about their jobs, what you need to know, and how you can get involved as part of your job.

Our speakers this month are:


Adam Babajee-Pycroft - Why remote user research is better than face to face 

User research is amazing. It helps us make better things. The best way to do this is in a lab – that’s the gold standard, right? Actually, Adam thinks not. Adam Babajee-Pycroft runs UX agency Natural Interaction. He believes remote, moderated research is the future. and he's going to tell you why.


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Ross Pope - Design thinking: creative problem solving

A talk about the Design Thinking process and how it enables a people-centred approach, as well as how it requires more than just designers/UX designers to be successful. Ross currently heads up User Experience at SIFT, working closely with product design, user research and solution testing. 


Instead of a Q&A panel, we have a 3rd presentation at our next event, and it's a proper goodie.

Callum Joynes & James Ainsworth will show us 15 of the finest pieces of work from this year's Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity - the flagship event for creative industries worldwide. Some of the big hitters, and some that didn’t win the big accolades, but probably should have.

We've sold almost a quarter of tickets already (after only 2 days on sale, woop!), so don't miss out!
We'll also have the usual features of the latest digital marketing news, the Social Sin Bin and The Tools of Engagement.

See you there,

Shonette, Dan, and James

Keepers of the retweet (and Rules of Engagement founders)