More than 3000 Certified Professionals for Usability and User Experience (CPUX)
Webinar “CPUX: A Serious, European Attempt at Certifying People who are Interested in UX” (June 26, 12:00pm EDT, 18:00h CET)
This webinar, which is sponsored by the New York City User Experience Association (NYC UXPA), will tell you what you should demand of a serious and useful UX certification program. You will learn what CPUX teaches and see sample certification questions. The presentation will openly discuss CPUX’s successes, the challenges we are facing, and what our students are saying.
First CPUX-F Certification test in the United States
As part of UXPA Boston’s 17th Annual User Experience Conference, Rolf Molich will present a talk entitled “CPUX – A Serious (and Usable?) European Attempt at Certifying UX Professionals” on May 10. On May 11, a CPUX-F crash-course will be held, followed by the first public CPUX-F certification in the US.
New CPUX-F Curriculum published (Version 3.15, 23 March 2018)
The UXQB has released a revised CPUX-F Curriculum on Friday 23 March 2018 together with a new set of public test questions. The curriculum and the test questions are available in German and English as before.
UXQB is official Sponsor of the BBA 2018 Conference 14./15.05.2018 in Nova Gorica (Slovenia)
The International Usability & User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB) is offical sponsor at this years BBA 2018 conference on 14./15.05.2018 in Nova Gorica (Slovenia). The motto of the conference is „Business Analyst as Voice of the Customer“.
What is the UXQB?
The International Usability and User Experience Qualification Board (UXQB) is a consortium of international experts in usability and user experience. The goal of UXQB is the further development, maintenance and administration of the certification program "CPUX – Certified Professional for Usability and User Experience". CPUX is an international standard for the qualification of industry professionals. UXQB was founded in October 2013 by the working group for quality standards within the German UPA in order to systematically promote a unified international certification program for UX professionals.