Show & Tell 6

This event was held on 14 Jan 2020.

UX Brighton Show & Tell 6

This is a low-key event for people of all levels of UX experience. A supportive environment for talking about unfinished ideas and work-in-progress.

Whether you’re a UXer of many years’ standing, new to UX or UX is only part of what you do, so much the better. A mix of skills and backgrounds enriches the conversation.

It’s free. Sign up at this shared Google Doc with your Show & Tell topic.

Show & Tell places are limited to 12, as we keep the group small enough for everyone in the room to learn each other’s names.

Deciding what to share

If you’re not sure what to share at the Show & Tell, here are some prompts:

  • Talk us through what you’re working on
  • Show how you’re using a tool or method
  • Get advice on an approach to a project
  • Share a past project
  • Tell us about a new process
  • Discuss working practices
  • Get feedback on a talk, workshop or article idea
  • Show a short demo or video

Still stuck? It’s more than fine to bring a question or introduce a topic for discussion.

Principles

  • Everyone is welcome
  • Everyone brings something to talk about and some snacks to share
  • Everything is off the record - Chatham House Rule. (If you’re under NDA, it’s OK to be non-specific about your client. We won’t interrogate you!)
  • 15-minute timebox for each discussion
  • No polished presentations

What people say about our Show & Tell events

A very welcoming, thoughtful, knowledgeable and inclusive community.

—Peter Cook

The informal format allowed everyone to contribute and ask questions without judgement. I’d encourage everyone from old UX hands to newbies to go along.

—Mat Walker

Super chilled evening. Everyone was from different walks of UX-related life – from research to design to copywriting to data visualisation, which meant the discussions and feedback came from loads of different angles.

—Ben Wood

A diverse group of friendly, smart people!

—Luis Abreu

I personally have found it to be life-changing

—Jo Dimbleby