BarCamp, by request

So, we’re off to BarCamp London this weekend, myself and two colleagues, and we’re wondering what’s the best thing we can do to share what we know with you. We’ve got a bit of a presentation lined up, but we might do one or two more :) Our repertoire includes such goodies as User Centred Design Practices, Research Methodologies, Information Architecture, Interaction Design, Usability Testing,…

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innovation – give it ten years (girly geeks london)

So, I went to the Girl Geeks Dinner in London last evening. It was an interesting night. The first thing you need to know if you’re thinking of going, is that it’s not a dinner. It’s drinks and a talk. But it’s still good. I went there knowing absolutely no one, and ended up meeting a few people (hooray to those girls who were brave…

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ethnography is everywhere

Customer research too expensive? Unless you’re working for an university with stringent ethical requirements to meet – you’re making your job too hard. Ethnography* is everywhere. Last night, after Girly Geeks, I was on the tube on the way home and beside me sat a man performing a task that I *wish* I could have designed for user testing… except I would never have thought…

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