Its that time of year again, UX Scotland(this will open in a new window) has returned!
From 12th – 14th June, the User Vision team will be exhibiting at the event, as well as hosting three separate sessions.
Applying top tasks to design a better experience(this will open in a new window) Wednesday 13th June 2019, 2.40pm Chris Rourke
WCAG 2.1 – raising the accessibility bar(this will open in a new window) Thursday 13 June 2019, 1.30pm Gayle Whittaker and Ed Chandler
Usability testing for voice interfaces: tales from Wizard of Oz testing(this will open in a new window) Friday 14th June 2019, 11am Abi Reynolds and Steven Fullerton
As well as our sessions, this year we are hosting our first ever UX Clinic in our User Vision Lounge.
Why not pop by the Lounge for an informal chat with us? Or if its advice you are after, schedule a 15 minute appointment(this will open in a new window) with one of our experienced Consultants to discuss your UX challenges. We are running these sessions during each break, so don’t worry about missing any sessions you want to see!
See you at UX Scotland!
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