Monthly Archives: September 2019

Beginner UX Design Course

Join us An exciting opportunity to take part in our next 8-week evening Beginner course in UX (ONLINE) , provided by 2 Senior Experience UX’ers with years of experience in UX & Design. Having worked at companies including the BBC, … Continue reading

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September Meetup – How to design ethically and responsibly

Date: Tuesday 24 September, 6.30pm – 9pmLocation: The Trampery, 239 Old St, Hoxton, London EC1V 9EY Schedule 1.45pm – 5.30pm: Free afternoon workshop: Advanced Design Workflows & Prototyping with Adobe XD 6.30 – 7.00: Arrival, registration and refreshments 7.05 – 7.25 Responsible … Continue reading

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Twenty years ago No Logo changed the world but what happened next?

The world is full of logos, on clothing, food, technology and services. We use logos to identify the things we prefer, to help us make better, quicker purchasing decisions. We use them to tell others who we are. We signal … Continue reading

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What terrible cookies can teach us about good design

No matter what product or service you’ve been tasked with designing, you are designing it for an end-user. Whether it’s a money saving app or a new cookie, someone is going to use it or someone is going to eat … Continue reading

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Do you need to be eccentric to be a great designer?

In 1908, Henry Ford changed the world starting with the USA. He didn’t invent the car but turned the production of the car on its head and in the process transformed transportation and manufacturing. In my new book, The Future of … Continue reading

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