Find out what 10 key lessons I took away from UX Cambridge 2016 – A community-driven, practical User Experience conference in the heart of Cambridge.
How do you design the UX for a complex website when you’re based in the UK and the users, business stakeholders and the rest of the design team are in America? In this insightful case study which I originally presented at UX Cambridge 2016 you’ll find out what lessons I learnt from tackling this challenge in a recent role.
Rediscover the joy of personas with Minimum-viable personas – a great way to build ‘good enough’ personas with minimum time and effort. Find out why creating personas should be like barbecuing and why making a cup of coffee is like making love to a beautiful woman!
Find out why there is still life left in personas and why they’re just as relevant today as when they first showed up on the scene.
If you don’t already work in a remote team, the chances are that you soon will do. Find out 10 steps that you and your team can go through to establish better remote team working.
Prioritising features is a pretty important step when designing and building any product, from websites and mobile apps to toasters and lawn mowers. Here are 5 great techniques for prioritising features (or user stories) to try out.
Find out how to use Microsoft’s product reaction cards to capture what users really think and feel about a product.
In this presentation which I originally delivered at UX in the City 2016 find out why ergonomics is so important to mobile ux, how we hold our devices and 11 rules of thumb for designing ergonomic mobile designs that not only look great but feel great as well.
Good UX design is built on good UX research. Here are 10 key questions that you should ask before kicking off any user research.
Find out why it’s time to truly start thinking mobile first, and what this means for UX design, and UX designers.