We Need YOU!
UXPA depends on volunteers from around the world to support our mission. No matter what your skills or experience level, there are ways that you can contribute to the UXPA community. In doing so you will:
- Expand your network
- Get greater professional visibility
- Gain insight into the UX profession
- Receive mentorship from some of the most experienced UX practitioners in the world
Volunteers help with:
- Translating existing content (e.g., tweets, Facebook posts, article abstracts, newsletter) into other languages
- Representing/promoting UXPA around the world
- Posting content to Facebook, Twitter, and/or LinkedIn and list serves
- Working with UXPA chapters to collect content and event info to share on UXPA International avenues
- Coordinating publication materials for members (e.g., poster)
- Interviewing UX professionals and creating content for UXPA social media and website
- Editing website content.
- Reviewing user experience of the website and process existing feedback.
Just a few of the skills we count on our volunteers:
- Writing and editing for the website
- Photography and videos for events
- Social media management
- Research and writing for the UXPA newsletter
- Assisting in the production of our professional development webinars
- Staffing events
- Expert reviews, usability studies
- Creative graphics to enhance our marketing collateral
Have questions? Our Director of Volunteers is here to answer any questions you may have and talk about opportunities to volunteer with us, reach out today for more information.
We’ve sat down for a chat with a few UXPA International volunteers. Find out a little more about them, what they do and why they volunteer with UXPA iInternational.
Lilly discovered UXPA International during her job search after graduating. She designs the social graphics for the UXPA’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Josh has been the volunteer production manager at the Journal of Usability Studies since 2015. He works with the editorial team to manage uxpajournal.org, and is primarily responsible for making sure every journal issue gets published to the website four times per year.