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  1. Conference Review: UX STRAT 2013, Part 3: Day 2

    June 23, 2014

    The second day of the main conference at the inaugural UX STRAT, on September 10, 2013, brought another day of great content.

    Keynote: Connected UX: From Tactics to Strategy with Data

    Reviewer: Pabini Gabriel-Petit

    Presenter: Aarron Walter

    Day 2 kicked off with a notable keynote presentation by Aarron Walter, Director of User Experience at MailChimp, shown in Figure 1. He told the story of an approach that his team has innovated: using Evernote to discover new connections between things and, thus, facilitate the analysis of massive amounts of data from disparate sources to inform UX strategy and design. Read More

  2. Experiencing CHI 2006: From a Practitioner’s Viewpoint: Part III

    August 14, 2006

    Conference: Day 2: Tuesday, April 25th

    On Tuesday, I attended a full-day course, “Repositioning User Experience as a Strategic Process.” Then, in the evening, colleagues from the Interaction Design Association (IxDA) and the User Experience Network (UXnet) gathered for dinner at Buonanotte. Read More

  3. Review: UX and Digital Design Week 2017

    July 23, 2018

    Future London Academy’s UX and Digital Design Week 2017 took place August 14–18, in London. Throughout the week, we visited a variety of design studios and product companies and learned a lot about the way they work, including their projects, products, processes, management, culture, and all the things that shape them. The lineup for the program was great as always, featuring Moving Brands, Microsoft Lift, Territory, Deliveroo, Moo, Made by Many, NomNom, Monese, Analog Folk, Firedrop, and Andrea Picchi.

    In this review, I’ll provide an overview of the conference, describing its

    • organization
    • venue
    • hospitality
    • content
    • presenters
    • proceedings
    • community Read More

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