For me, this isn't my first time to UXBristol, I co-hosted a workshop session on how to run User Experience Mapping with Empathy. It was incredibly popular on the day and since seen requests to run the workshop for numerous organisations and even a podcast and then webinar last year for UIBreakfast.
Practical, actionable and certainly not dull
What I really like about UXBristol is the format. Instead of your usual event that is full of people either telling you how you should be doing your job, or boasting about how they do theirs, or how great their book/product/service/business/cats are, the entire day is practical, hands-on learning through the medium of Workshops - and there is nothing wrong with that.
As an attendee, you'll get an entire day of learning how to do things for yourself and for half the price of any given web conference out there. How can you argue with that?
The venue (M-Shed) on Bristol Quays is also quite stunning and is going to hopefully make for a pretty great backdrop to my workshop in particular.
For more information, to get notifications of when tickets become available head to http://2017.uxbristol.org.uk/
Thoughts from Andy Parker published 5th May 2017