This is a great opportunity to discover what it’s like to receive live-streamed feedback about your service or product, from real users.
But the best part is, it could be YOU up onstage, and YOUR startup receiving the feedback.
UX Live is an innovative new concept being staged by The Think Collective, a new London-based affiliation of marketers dedicated to “creating experiences that help attention seeking startups get to the core of understanding how to attract, talk and market to their audience.”
On the night, 100 attendees will congregate at IDEALondon in Shoreditch. 3 startups, who have submitted their product to whatuserdo.com in advance of the show will receive live feedback, from real users, via a live stream.
A panel of UX experts will also be on hand to interpret the users’ reactions and advise on how the startups can improve their user experience.
All audience members will be invited to participate in a Q&A – a chance to gain valuable insight and knowledge about how to create the ultimate user experience.
“So how do I become the third startup to be reviewed, and who are the other two?” We hear you ask.
You can join confirmed guinea-pigs Frugl, the events app curating the best daily deals, discounted events and bargain activities across London and the UK, and Pouch, the simple, safe, savings app for young people, by completing the application form that will be issued with your ticket purchase confirmation. Buy your tickets here.
If you’re successful, then get ready – because the warts and all testing will begin in earnest!
The Think Collective are likely to spring one or two surprise experiences on the night too, so be warned, this is a (user) experience, you may never forget – in a good way, of course.
It all takes place on 15th June, and it forms part of a series of experience driven events that will take place over the coming months, all organised by the Think Collective.
As well as upcoming UX Live FinTech and UX Live SaaS events, startups keen to squeeze every last drop of knowledge and experience to get the right marketing mix, can try the Think Collective’s Marketing Mastermind at WeWork London Fields on Tuesday June 13th.
And for those looking to kick back and have some improvised fun, and have a good time doing it, PitchUp runs every Wednesday’s at Citizen M, where founders can try their hand at Pitch Deck, the startup improvisation game taking Silicon Valley by storm.
London’s startup marketers never had it so good!