As part of their ongoing series on the UXPA 2014 International Conference in London, Futureheads colleagues Giorgia Rossini (Associate Consultant, UX Team) and Liz Inskip (Resourcer, UX Team Support) are interviewing some of the conference speakers. They're asking them about their own careers, the conference itself, and a few questions about the conference theme - motivation.
And now, Giorgia and Liz:
Caroline Jarrett: Survey and Form Design Specialist
Caroline Jarrett is a survey and forms specialist and author based in London, with more than 20 years in the usability industry under her belt. She’s currently working with Government Digital Service, the people behind GOV.UK. The first part of this interview focused on Caroline and the fascinating work she does for organisations around forms and surveys.
UXPA 2014 Conference: Highlights and Caroline’s Tutorial
In next part of our interview, we asked her some questions around the UXPA 2014 conference itself – both what she’ll be teaching us and what she’s planning to check out when not presenting. We hope you’ll be as infected with her enthusiasm as we were!
Power of Motivation
We like to end our interviews on a really positive note, so we’re ending each one with a series of questions about Motivation. We think it’s not only a great conference theme, but it’s also a key factor in all usability work. Caroline shares her thoughts on motivation and motivating people in the next video.
We hope that hearing Caroline talk about her passion for forms and surveys has motivated you to check out her premium tutorial, Surveys in User Experience. She’ll be running her tutorial on Monday from 18:00-21:30 on the Tools & Techniques track. If you’ve ever wondered how to improve surveys and forms for your website, you should definitely get yourself to her session! (Bonus for our readers: Take 10% off any tutorial registration with code tutorial10.)
If you’d like to get in touch with Caroline about her work, she’d love to hear from you via email at email@example.com. You can also find her on Twitter @cjforms, talking about all things UX, forms, and surveys.