Agile, collaborative, influential usability testing reviews – 6 June meet up

On Thursday 6 June, Neil Allison will present a preview of the talk he will be giving at UX Scotland later in June. Find out how to get your team and user community involved in prioritising usability issues in your service or website. As ever, the talk is followed by a Lean Coffee-style discussion group.

Our lunchtime meetup takes the form of:

  • Presentation – Neil Allison presents a quick, easy and inclusive way to review usability testing
  • Discussion – with the agenda decided and prioritised by the group

You can bring your lunch and eat while you watch.

About the talk

Generating rapid insight and achieving consensus with your team  and stakeholders can be challenging. Neil will share a tried and tested approach that works well in agile projects, as well as a range of other contexts where quick results are needed. As well as running through the process, he will provide three case studies to show how this can be successful in a range of contexts.

Group of session attendees watching a screen

Group reviews of usability testing are a great way to bring stakeholders together around service development priorities.

Our regular discussion group

We’ll follow up the talks with about 45 minutes of discussion following a group-organised agenda. We use the Lean Coffee approach to decide what to talk about and for how long.

Lean Coffee approach

When and Where

Thursday 6 June

Argyle House, Floor E, Meeting Room 14

Agenda

12:00 – Room available
12:15 – Welcome and presentations
13:10 – Discussion group
13:45 – Close

Lunch

As we unfortunately cannot offer food, please bring your lunch to eat while watching the presentation.

Book a place

This session is open to University of Edinburgh staff.

Book a place (EASE login required)

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Write up of our last user focused lunchtime meetup.

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