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Powerpoint is the top UX tool in Bristol!

Only eight people participated in the 2008 survey, so read this all with a large pinch of salt, some pepper and a dash of extra virgin olive oil. Thanks to all those who took part... what happened to the rest of you? Did Christmas get in the way??

MAIN FINDINGS

Tools used (by % of people)
- Powerpoint: 75%
- Morae: 50%
- Silverback: 50%
- Surveymonkey: 50%
- Omnigraffle: 38%
- xSort: 25%
- Visio: 25%
- Optimalsort: 12%
- Keynote: 12%

Preferences for meetings (by % of people)
- In the bar: 75%
- Discussion group: 62%
- Presentation: 50%
- Book club: 25%
- Skillswap: 25%
- Pechakucha: 12%

What is good about BUG
- "Good to meet up with friends and colleagues out of work, interesting talks/discussions"
- "The people, resources, ideas"
- "Informality"
- "I can learn new things about user experience"
- "Open and friendly. Good chance to network"
- "Connecting with other ux people locally rather than in London"
- "I'm not a programmer - this is all new to me. But I want to know more from a project management point of view"

What is not good about BUG
- "I wish more people would turn up, including me."
- "Irregular meetings"
- "Events are at kids bedtimes!"

Percentage of people interested in a day-long workshop in June 2009
- Yes 100%

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