What we're about

We're a monthly User Centred Design meetup based in Bristol. We hold talks and workshops on topics relating to design and research across disciplines including everything from UX, graphic design, service design to 3D and more.

The meetup is sponsored by Natural Interaction (https://www.naturalinteraction.com/) and People For Research (https://www.peopleforresearch.co.uk/).

We're a friendly group and welcome new members so if you're wondering what UCD Bristol is like, the best way to find out is to turn up and join in!

Upcoming events (1)

UCD Bristol 16 - A prototype is worth a thousand meetings

Framework co-working

Doors: 18:30 (Pizza, beer, soft drinks) Talks: 19:00 (Prompt start) Curfew: 21:00 ======================================================================= What and where: We will be at our new home, Framework co working space - 35 King Street, BS1 4DZ. As usual, we've got you covered with pizza (thanks to our sponsor Pizzarova!) beer and soft drinks. *UCD Bristol is organised by Natural Interaction and People For Research* ======================================================================= Our speaker: Mark Skinner is a Bristol-based senior UX consultant who has been improving customer experiences for nearly 10 years. After joining cxpartners in 2013, he has gone on to lead projects for a variety of high profile clients, primarily in financial services. Working across research, strategy and design - with a constant eye on how to learn the most from a quick and dirty prototype - Mark has ensured that organisations understand the needs and desires of their customers and strive to deliver services that will improve their lives. Summary of talk: If a picture is worth a thousand words — A prototype is worth a thousand meetings. But, how do you get the most from your prototype? In this talk, Mark will give examples of how prototypes have been used to change the direction of an organisation, challenge assumptions and persuade people of things they would never have believed to be true, and fundamentally use a prototype to get to the heart of your problem. He'll conclude by giving his top tips for choosing the right prototype for any given problem.

Past events (16)

UCD Bristol 15 - Improving CX in the B2B space *FULL*

Framework co-working

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