Join our Slack UX group – win a UX Starter Kit every week in October!

**PLEASE NOTE: competition is now closed**

It’s competition time! And I’ve already used 2 of the 3 exclamation marks I’m allowed to use per article, so you can tell the levels of excitement in the office.

We have four UX Starter Kits to give away, and we’re giving away one of these awesome bundles to one lucky winner every week throughout October.


The UX Starter Kit consists of the following goodies…

How to enter…

  1. Join the WhatUsersDo Community on Slack.
  2. Once you receive your invite by email, click join.
  3. On Slack, go to the uxchat channel and share your answer to the question: “What’s your favourite UX tool?”

(If you’re already a member of the Slack group, you can still enter. Just complete step 3)

One winner will be selected at random every Tuesday (on the 10th, 17th, 24th, 31st of October) and announced the following day. Contest ends 12am on the 1st November 2017.

And why would I want to join your UX community Slack channel?

I’m glad you asked…

  • You’ll be rubbing shoulders with the best and brightest in the UX community.
  • Ask and answer questions in our UXChat channel
  • Take part in exclusive AMAs – like this one with UX director Sally Graham
  • Ask us questions about the WhatUsersDo platform
  • Share your own experiences and seek advice from UX experts from around the world

Also – prizes!

So there you go, join a nice community, possibly win some cool stuff. Sounds good, huh? Yeah it does. And hey, I really hope you win. I know technically a whole bunch of people will see this message, but I genuinely mean you specifically.

Our UX blog is on the move...

We're now publishing all of our brand new content on the UserZoom UX blog. All of our previously published articles will also be migrating to UserZoom over the coming months.

Don't worry, we'll still be just as accessible, interesting, helpful and entertaning as ever. We just have a different name and an owl instead of a question mark for a logo.

Come say hello!

Christopher Ratcliff

Christopher is the Content Marketing Manager of WhatUsersDo. He’s also a filmmaker and the editor of wayward pop culture site Methods Unsound. He used to be the deputy editor of Econsultancy and editor of Search Engine Watch.

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