Running User Tests for Virtual Reality

I recently gave a talk at UXBrighton about running user tests for virtual reality. The event was a really fun evening, with some great talks from Deborah Amar and Henry Ryder, and was organised by Harvey from Player Research. In my talk, I covered some tips that I’d learned from running user research for virtual […]

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Why attend GUR conferences?

2015 was a fantastic year for games user research conferences, with another successful GUR-SIG Summit in San Francisco, the first ever European #gamesUR conference in London and others including CHI-Play and Bungie’s User Research Summer Camp. Conference season is nearly upon us again, and it’s time to look forward to the events this year. The […]

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Building Trust with Development Teams

Being a good user researcher is not just about finding usability or user experience issues with games. Once the issues have been found, another part of the role is ensuring that the development team take the right action to resolve them. To achieve this, it’s important to create a strong trust relationship with the development […]

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#GamesUR Conference is done!

After months of organisation, on July 17th we held the first ever European Games User Research conference at Conway Hall in London. The event brought together speakers and researchers from companies such as PlayStation, Ubisoft, Riot Games, Microsoft, Epic Games and more to talk, share knowledge and collaborate. We also had a surprisingly large number of […]

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