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User Testing Night (UX Speed Dating)

This is a monthly event where tech professionals get to present a user test to three users for in-person response. It's formatted like a speed dating event! 


UX designers, project managers, start-up founders or anyone who wants to have some software/device/concept tested. You'll need to bring along a user (it's required) and maybe some swag if you have some laying around.


UX Speed Dating is a monthly event where tech professionals get to present a product to three users for in-person feedback. Typically these are software prototypes being tested, but it could be a game, a physical product, a website -- any sort of product that needs preliminary user feedback to be successful.

It's formatted like a speed dating event with a twist. Product owners sit stationary and the users switch to a new tests every 20 minutes. Users are entered to win a grand-prize (see below) presented at the end of the event. Check out the fact sheet for more details.

We ask $10 a RSVP

This seems to keep attendance steady.  Also we hope you find value in the event, and you'll get free food and drinks!  We try to get something healthy, but at the same time, pizza is pizza.


This month we'll be giving away another fabulous raffle prize.  Past prizes have been a telescope, aged whiskey, cuttlery set, and aeropress coffee maker.  You know, we try to keep it interesting.


We welcome sponsors, they get to be the hero of the event, and give us more about who they are. Please contact us if interested.

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  • Anitha B.

    1 spot left - Anyone else need a user? If not, maybe next time then for me!

    February 17

    • Trinh

      Feel free to come. We usu will make it work.

      1 · February 17

  • Cel

    At what time does the actual testing start

    February 16

    • Nate A.

      After food & drinks, with some time for networking and discussion... typically between 7 - 7:30pm

      February 16

  • Gina

    Anyone need a user? :)

    1 · February 9

    • Nate A.

      Well yeah but if you're going through hard times, we hate to see ya go. Actually users tend to get a lot out of the event, especially if they're learning UX.

      February 10

    • Nate A.

      oh, also there's food and drinks!

      1 · February 10

  • Justina N.

    Does the ticket cost money? I don't see a registration check out other than RSVPing. Thanks!

    February 8

    • Doug C.

      I think it would be good to state the $10 in the event description so everyone knows about it from the get-go. :)

      February 9

    • Nate A.

      Alright great user feedback, Doug. The next iteration of our event page is live!

      February 10

  • Nate A.

    Looking forward to another great event! Any questions? Ask away... I'll respond ASAP.

    2 · February 5

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