What’s in a games user research report?

To improve the GUR-SIG mentoring scheme, one of my goals is to produce examples of the work that user researchers do. Students on the scheme have asked about wanting to see a games user research report, however because real reports are often under NDA, mentors can find sharing real reports a challenge. To help address […]

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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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European Games User Research Conference – Call for Submissions now open

We’ve launched the website for #GamesUR, the first European Games User Research Conference, and are now looking for submissions. The conference is a one-day knowledge-sharing and networking event for professionals, novices and students interested in playtesting, video game user research, and the study of player psychology. It will be in London, on July 17th 2015. […]

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