For the next McrFRED, we will have Chad joining us talking about "Working Through The Problem: How Developers Can Get Involved With Research".
For this McrFRED, we'll be at Code Computerlove on 'Wednesday 31st July, 2019'.
It can be a bit tricky to find the entrance, please watch this video to help:
Entrance for tonight, from Soup Kitchen. pic.twitter.com/nSb2lTBM3p— McrFRED (@Mcr_FRED) September 20, 2018
Please arrive earlier rather than later, sometimes we do start a little later due to traffic, or other issues, but please assume that we'll start on time. There's normally some good conversation to by had as well.
This talk is due to start at 6:30pm and will last around 30mins, with time for questions and socialising afterwards.
Chad Gowler - @kitation
Chad is a developer turned user researcher based in Sheffield. They have also dipped their toe into project management, user testing, interaction design and event organising. They are a firm believer in inclusive software and digital inclusion. In their spare time, they can be found in various usergroups talking about gender, mental health and gaming for social good.
Working Through The Problem: How Developers Can Get Involved With Research
We talk a lot about user research being a “team sport” but this doesn’t always work out in reality. It can be tricky for non-researchers to make time in their schedules on something not seen as their “day job”.
This talk is about why taking part in user research is a vital task for developers, ways you can start talking to dev teams and managers about making space in sprints for research, and how analysis can create a better product. We will also look at how to do research without a researcher effectively and where even small amounts of research can yield important insights.
Date of Event
Wednesday 31st July, 2019
Location of Event
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