UX Research Leaders

If you are a UX research manager, director, or leader, there’s a new group just for leaders to meet, network, and share ideas. We invite you to be among the first to attend UXr Leaders and begin reaping the benefits professionally and personally.

  • Your organization may benefit from the insights and recommendations of other leaders, helping you arrive at better solutions faster.
  • You may benefit personally from an expanded network, career opportunities, and offers to collaborate on projects. A vibrant community of peers provides many options.
  • Peer networks can be very beneficial. with a small investment of time, as peers share how they address research, staffing, and career challenges.
  • Your experience and expertise may be helpful to others in the group.
  • This is a volunteer-led organization with no fees.

We hope you’ll join with us –- we look forward to meeting you.

UXr Leaders’ Forum

Modern product teams are simultaneously balancing speed to delivery of new features and the need to test hypotheses, uncover unmet needs, and gain new insights about their users. So many user research questions, and so little time!

Given these competing pressures, how do you determine which studies to prioritize? How should a product team go about determining how to invest their own limited time as well as their customers’ time? When is it worth investing in time-consuming primary research, and when is it ok to “ship it and measure it”?

On Thursday, February 2, 2023 at 11:00 am PT (2:00 pm ET), please join us for a discussion on how to identify your highest-priority research projects.

Jeanette Fuccella is the Director of UX Research at Pendo. You can find her on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jfuccella/

Once per quarter, we gather research leaders for a virtual meeting to discuss common challenges. We feature research leaders sharing lessons learned from their research and highlighting challenges they have faced and how they have addressed them. Each forum features a presentation, discussion, and networking with other leaders.

Attendance is limited to research leaders (managers, directors, etc.) based in the U.S. or Canada.