Book Release and Conference Talk

A couple of updates on things I’ve done recently… The GamesUR Book has been released! I wrote a chapter on how to run interviews for researching games, which appears in the new book “Games User Research”, published by Oxford University Press. This chapter was written a little while ago, while I was still at PlayStation, […]

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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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#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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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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