Past and upcoming talks or workshops on UX in various settings
This talk is about growing a business through good user experience.
When you hear this, you may think that I just mean “good design means more customers”,
but this talk goes deeper than that.
I will talk about applying UX throughout a business and how this kind of user focused thinking,
can allow your business to grow more organically, with less penny pinching,
less cost and in less time.
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This talk is an adaption on my UX conference talk - Growing a business with UX. This version is more adapted to small businesses.
Employees deserve a great experience, whether it’s their technology set up, their performance assessment or even their payslips. This talk ran through my findings over the last 5 years, working on employee experience, covering the pitfalls and joys.
View the full write up on Medium
This talk was given for MK Geek Night, a quarterly conference in Milton Keynes. It is about user experience in the development world and beyond. It will give a brief intro to UX, talk about its importance through development and how to use it to improve your code, development processes and ultimately, your life..
I worked with the Open University's Students' Association to help their student
representatives get more out of social media. Being that the OU is a distance learning university
it is key that social media is used to make the students still feel part of a university.
The workshop consisted of firstly drawing out user personas and then designing a social media page specifically for the user they had created. These were all then shared and discussed with each table.
This got the student representatives thinking about appropriate posts and how to cater for different types of students, enabling them all to contribute to each student's experience.
Gregarious Mammal is a blog/podcast by a pair of tech writers, journalists and developer experience experts based in Berlin, Germany. I was interviewed by the mammals to talk about my research piece on how creatives and techies learn best. Catch up on the interview on their website to learn more about the results.