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UX Book club (London) – The best interface is no interface by Golden Krishna

  I found out about UX book club about 5 years ago but never got round to going. I got an invite to UX book club and said it would talk about ‘The best interface is no interface’. The book … Continue reading

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Guerrilla Testing – top tips

In my current position we have run multiple guerrilla testing sessions within the work place. Guerrilla testing is a quick way of getting your designs in front of people. It isn’t always the best testing method but to be able … Continue reading

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Tech Insight – 30/03/2017 (takeaways)

User Interaction 2.0 – Kathryn Webb   Resources: Honda Emotion car Ava Sessions – Ex Machima promotional site Mivor – Mood interpreting voice orientated robot Crystalknows.com   Progressive web apps – Rowan Merewood Resources: Lighthouse – Automate checks

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Luke Wroblewski – Parti and the Design Sandwich (summary)

I recently watched the talk ‘Parti and the Design sandwich by Luke Wroblewski. It was fantastic talk looking at a ‘structure for better design decision making’. So what is a parti and a design sandwich? Parti A parti is the … Continue reading

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Creating design principles

Working as a UX architect / designer for the past five years has given me a good view of a variety of different processes. Some of those being great and others being ways that I do not want to ever … Continue reading

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Retro tea time – UX Dev retrospective

I was given the task this week with my development team I work with to run the sprint retrospective. A retro is something that is done at the end of a sprint (agile two weeks of work) where everyone reflects on … Continue reading

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AI Course – University of Columbia

I started an AI course with the University of Columbia. It’s pretty awesome and highly challenging. I’m learning all sorts of new things (or trying to). Most challenging is having to build some things in Python that I have never … Continue reading

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