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What happened at our meetup focused on Sustainable UX – write up by Sandra Pallier

On Thursday 5 March 2020 we ran a meetup focused on Sustainable UX, in collaboration with our partners at IBMix. One of our attendees, Sandra Pallier wrote this brilliant summary of what she learned during the meetup. We’ve also embedded … Continue reading

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Uber proves that mobile UX can exist away from the screen

Adam Williams from Uber showed the Mobile UX London conference 2019 that UX is just as important away from the screen as it is on it. Let’s find out more. On November 21st 2019, the 2019 edition of Mobile UX London … Continue reading

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5G environments and Contextual UX

Adam de Linde from Orange showed the Mobile UX London conference how understanding social organisation and work practices matter when designing what he calls ‘5G environments’, the convergence of 5G networks, edge computing and AI. On November 21st 2019, the 2019 … Continue reading

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Adobe MAX Creativity Tour London 2019

On 3rd December, Adobe invited professionals across the creative industries to their MAX Creativity Tour. Mobile UX London attended, where we discovered the latest updates by Adobe and left feeling truly inspired by the range of creatives and content producers … Continue reading

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Optimising design workflow with Adobe Xd

At MUXL Conference 2019, the London UX community had a great opportunity to get an introductory workshop in Adobe Xd by Stephanie Maier, a UX/UI evangelist at Adobe. The workshop ‘Adobe XD – programmed to make you work faster’ proved … Continue reading

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Designing UX for the internet’s next billion users

The next billion people who will go online are not like the ones who came before. How does a giant like Google adapt their UX to meet their unique demands? Rachel Ilan Simpson shared the answers. On November 21st 2019, the … Continue reading

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Don’t miss Rachel Simpson at Mobile UX London

We can’t wait to welcome Rachel Simpson to the stage at Mobile UX London. In the run-up to the conference, we chatted with Rachel about her UX story, as well as what you can expect when you come to Mobile … Continue reading

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How Adobe XD continues to innovate

How does Adobe always succeed in giving its XD users what they want? It’s actually really simple. Let’s find out more. One of the best things about Adobe XD is that it introduces new features on a monthly basis. What’s … Continue reading

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Level-Up User Experience

Immerse yourself in the world of enhanced user experience with Oracle and Mobile UX London User Experience (UX) can be defined as, “A human-centred approach to innovation that draws from the designer’s toolkit to integrate the needs of people, the possibilities of technology, … Continue reading

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Catch Mark Edgington at Mobile UX London

The Mobile UX London conference is going to be packed full of highlights, but we’re especially looking forward to welcoming Mark Edgington to the stage. As a preview for Mark’s talk, we had a quick chat with Mark about his … Continue reading

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Futures Design Thinking: Shaping our Destiny with Speculative Design

Ahead of our upcoming November Conference we asked one of our speakers, Phil Balagtas, to give us some insights into his work and the reasons why he will be talking to us about Speculative Design on 21 November. Can you tell us a … Continue reading

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How a mobile app can change work culture

The role gamification plays in increasing employee engagement Imagine you are a pirate that has been shipwrecked on a desert island.  Your mission is to complete tasks in exchange for treasure. Your prize? A week’s worth of coffee, café vouchers, … 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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In August IBM iX hosted our meet-up focused on accessible and inclusive design

This month we were delighted to have our meet-up hosted by IBM iX taking place in the IBM Client Centre, with beautiful views of the River Thames. Our meet-up focused on strategies for accessible and inclusive design and saw speakers … Continue reading

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good UX design: what happened at our meet-up in May

For our meet-up in May, we took a slightly different approach inviting 6 speakers to give advice on what constitutes good UX design in just 10 minutes each. Our speakers were from organisations including Adobe, ELSE, Space Between, Aviva, Sutherland … Continue reading

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How to design your push notifications for success

Most of us receive push notifications every day. Usually, these present us with news, discounts, changes in social networks, weather, or information about the internal mechanisms of our smartphone. The fact is that most people immediately delete notifications without reading … Continue reading

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Designing for Immersive Reality Experiences

What happened at our meetup in March On 21 March, we brought together an array of talented designers and true experience creators who led us across the fields of Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and Multi-Sensory Extended Reality. As new, evolving … Continue reading

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Chatbots On The Rise

Chatbots are set to be the next big thing in UX, as they can be placed almost anywhere that has WiFi and can be utilised by any industry. In fact, you have probably encountered a chatbot at some point in … Continue reading

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ROI of Happy Users: Emotions Vs. Numbers?

By: Sabrina Duda ROI of Happy Users: Emotions vs. Numbers? What is the ROI of Happy Users? Sabrina Duda Many business minded people are focused on numbers. To be true, that is their job. They have to make sure that … Continue reading

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