UXR LTD Privacy policy


Last updated: 05/12/2017

What does this privacy policy apply to?

This policy covers the following products and services which are owned and operated by UXR LTD.

Company number 08927425. Registered in England.

1 Derwent Business Centre, Clarke Street, Derby, DE1 2BU

UXR Website

What we capture

Nothing!

The UX Review

What we capture

Analytics

We capture analytics around the time you spend on certain pages, what pages you view and certain demographic data.

This is to enable us to learn about what content is popular, and to improve our website.

We use Google Analytics.

The UX Review Newsletter

You can optionally sign up for our newsletter, in which our 3rd party provider will capture your email address.

We use Mailchimp as our provider for newsletters.

Advertising

The UX Review may feature advertising from Google Adsense, Amazon or other 3rd parties in order to keep the site free to use which you can opt into when you first visit the site.

The advertisers may collect and use information about you, such as your Service session activity, device identifier, MAC address, IMEI, geo-location information and IP address.

They may use this information to provide advertisements of interest to you. You can see why you are being shown a particular ad by clicking the ‘Why this ad’ link which is displayed alongside.

Google's privacy policy can be found here

Google privacy policy

Amazon's privacy policy can be found here

Amazon's privacy policy

You can opt out of personalised adverts from Google and other 3rd parties by either:

Your Rights

Your right to be forgotten

The UX Review Newsletter

You can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk at any time and we will delete your information from our mailing list or you can unsubscribe from the bottom of any email.

Google Adwords

You can view and remove any data Google holds on you which it uses to serve you relevant ads using this tool: https://myaccount.google.com/privacy

You can also visit http://optout.networkadvertising.org to opt out of various advertising cookies.

Your right to object

The UX Review Newsletter

We only use your email address data to send you emails after you have opted in. You can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk at any time and we will delete your information from our mailing list.

Google Adwords

You can view and remove any data Google holds on you which it uses to serve you relevant ads using this tool: https://myaccount.google.com/privacy

Google Analytics

You can block cookies when you first visit the site or visit this site to learn how to block them manually in your browser.

You can also install the Analytics opt-out browser plugin as detailed here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=en

Your right to rectification

The UX Review Newsletter

You can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk to correct any information we have about you. Alternatively, you can contact Mailchimp to do this for you too here.

Google Adwords

You can view and remove any incorrect data Google holds on you which it uses to serve you relevant ads using this tool: https://myaccount.google.com/privacy

Google Analytics

We are waiting on information from Google as to how they will handle the new GDPR requirements. In the meantime you can block cookies when you first visit the site or visit this site to learn how to block them manually in your browser.

You can also install the Analytics opt-out browser plugin as detailed here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=en

Your right of access

The UX Review Newsletter

Mailchimp may collect additional supplemental information about you which is outlined in their privacy policy. You can can contact Mailchimp to tell you what information they hold here.

Google Adwords

You can view any data Google holds on you which it uses to serve you relevant ads using this tool: https://myaccount.google.com/privacy

Google Analytics

We are waiting on information from Google as to how they will handle the new GDPR requirements. In the meantime you can block cookies when you first visit the site or visit this site to learn how to block them manually in your browser.

You can also install the Analytics opt-out browser plugin as detailed here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=en

Your right of portability

The UX Review Newsletter

You can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk and we will export any subscriber data we hold about you.

Google Adwords

You can read this page from Google about how to download all the data Google holds about you: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/3024190?hl=en

Google Analytics

We are waiting on information from Google as to how they will handle the new GDPR requirements. In the meantime you can block cookies when you first visit the site or visit this site to learn how to block them manually in your browser.

You can also install the Analytics opt-out browser plugin as detailed here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=en

Your right to restrict processing

The UX Review Newsletter

You can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk and we will stop any further emails going out to you.

Google Adwords

You can opt out of personalised adverts from Google by changing the setting here: https://adssettings.google.com

Google Analytics

We are waiting on information from Google as to how they will handle the new GDPR requirements. In the meantime you can block cookies when you first visit the site or visit this site to learn how to block them manually in your browser.

You can also install the Analytics opt-out browser plugin as detailed here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/181881?hl=en

The UX Mentorship Program by UXR

What we capture

Mentorship application

We capture your email address if you apply to The UX Mentorship Program by UXR.

This is to enable us to send you an invite to our Slack channel.

If you tell us you would like to, then we also use this email address to send you emails relevant to The UX Mentorship Program by UXR such as news and useful articles.

We use Mailchimp to allow us to process your application and ensure via double opt in that you wish to apply to The UX Mentorship Program by UXR.

If you don’t opt in to receive emails when you apply your details will be removed from Mailchimp 24 hours from when we have sent your Slack invite.

You need to create an account on Slack to join The UX Mentorship Program by UXR.

Your rights

Your right to be forgotten

If you have opted in to receive emails when you applied to The UX Mentorship Program by UXR you can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk at any time and we will delete your information from our mailing list, or you can unsubscribe from the bottom of any email.

Your right to object

If you have opted in to receive emails when you applied to The UX Mentorship Program by UXR you can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk at any time and we will delete your information from our mailing list.

Your right to rectification

If you have opted in to receive emails when you applied to The UX Mentorship Program by UXR you can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk to correct any information we have about you. Alternatively, you can contact Mailchimp to do this for you too here. You can also edit your information by using the link at the bottom of any email we send.

Your right of access

If you have opted in to receive emails when you applied to The UX Mentorship Program by UXR Mailchimp may collect additional supplemental information about you which is outlined in their privacy policy. You can can contact Mailchimp to tell you what information they hold on you here.

Your right of portability

If you have opted in to receive emails when you applied to The UX Mentorship Program by UXR you can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk and we will export any subscriber data we hold about you.

Your right to restrict processing

If you have opted in to receive emails when you applied to The UX Mentorship Program by UXR you can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk and we will stop any further emails going out to you.

Design Untangled

What we capture

We capture some information about you if you optionally leave a comment on one of the episodes on the website. This can include your name (if you provide it) and your IP address.

We may reference these comments in the episodes themselves.

We may use these comments to help promote the podcast.

We will not use or mention your name or any other personally identifiable information about you without your explicit permission.

Your rights

Your right to be forgotten

If you want your comment to be deleted you can delete it yourself from the web page you left the comment on or email privacy@uxrltd.co.uk with information about the comment you want removed.

Your right to object

If you want your comment to be deleted you can delete it yourself from the web page you left the comment on or email privacy@uxrltd.co.uk with information about the comment you want removed.

If you don’t want it to be used for any promotional activity please email privacy@uxrltd.co.uk with information about the comment you want removed.

Your right to rectification

You can edit your comment at any time by going to the relevant page and editing it yourself. Alternatively you can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk at any time and we will edit your comment for you.

Your right of access

You can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk at any time and we will show you what information is captured against your comment.

Your right of portability

If you have left a comment you can contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk and we will export any comment data we hold.

Your right to restrict processing

If you no longer wish for your comment to be available for:

  1. Display on the website
  2. Mentioning on the podcast
  3. Use in promoting the podcast

You can delete it yourself as per the instructions above or contact us on privacy@uxrltd.co.uk.

MeetMate

What we capture

We capture analytics around the time you spend on certain screens, what screens you view and certain demographic and device data to help us improve the app.

We use Google Analytics

Your rights

Google Analytics

We are waiting on information from Google as to how they will handle the new GDPR requirements.

Children

None of our websites or apps are directed to children or designed to attract those under 13 years of age.