A few months ago the wonderful Giles Colborne and I were given an interesting challenge by Sjors Timmer and Matthew Solle who were organising the UXDO event for August. Would we run a session on Workshop Facilitation. Of course we would, but the question was… could we run a workshop about workshop facilitation? Well, it… Continue reading Notes from a very meta workshop on workshop facilitation (UXDO)
Having been a vocal critic of the UK UPA in the past (by which I mean the organisation and it’s activities over the past five years not the current or recently past committee), I was really pleased to be invited to facilitate a workshop or two at their March event ‘Crowdsourcing the future of the… Continue reading Making a more engaging UK UPA
Having been a relatively vocal critic of the UK-UPA and some of their current activities, I would hate for it to be said that all I do is snipe from the sidelines. I do have some suggestions as to how the UPA can address this issue, but it will take significantly more than 140 characters.… Continue reading Dear UKUPA, pls UXify yourself.
I had the pleasure of mentoring at the first Design Jam in London today. Â The event brought together about 50 UX designers from student to seasoned professional to form teams of about 4-5 to design a solution in response to a design challenge. The challenge for today was: What is the ideal interface to keep… Continue reading Designing at speed – DesignJam1