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Amanda
A visual designer and dog enthusiast.
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Amanda Nov 27
Replying to @darylginn
Adobe XD and paper 👏🏻👏🏻
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Melissa Murray Nov 19
Trying to go back to my life after finishing the fall finale like
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Amanda Nov 22
With sites like Dribbble and Behance around, are we seeing a growing trend for showcasing pointless design? I'll admit, there's never a lot of context around some of the designs I come across, pretty work, however, I would rather know how it functions!
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Amanda Nov 22
Just when you think today is going to be amazing, you can't help but sneeze while your mascara is still wet 😒
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Rachel Notley Nov 19
Today, I refused to apologize for calling out the UCP’s attack on our democracy. They have fired the very election commissioner who is investigating them for voter fraud. Our democracy is too important to let this lie. Full video:
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Amanda Nov 18
Replying to @cgovias
Absolutely! Thanks again for the great talk 👏🏻👏🏻
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Amanda Nov 16
does it again with another amazing line up of speakers. Until next year!
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Amanda Nov 16
Closing remark by “Putting people at the heart of our technology is the single best way to improve an experience...We can change government to serve people better. “ 👏🏻👏🏻
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Amanda Nov 16
Software is never done, you will always need to adapt and evolve.
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Tammalalalalalafalalalaaa Nov 16
Replying to @tammalee
Don't avoid the messiness of complexity or you may not find the right answer for your problem.
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Amanda Nov 16
When it comes to designing for Canada, shares 👉🏻 This is for everyone - we have to make sure that everything we design is always working. We need to talk about what “could” happen. Design needs to be fully accessible.
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Amanda Nov 16
Ready to hear talk about user experience for Canada 🇨🇦
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Amanda Nov 16
If you don’t have people intimately involved with a design system you can’t keep things consistent.
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Amanda Nov 16
“We can’t fix culture unless we change the structure”
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Amanda Nov 16
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Amanda Nov 16
UX lessons from the boardroom 👇🏻👇🏻 Learning how to overcome organizational challenges from this talented panel
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Amanda Nov 16
Put user needs before organizational convenience; that means organizing around user needs too!
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Amanda Nov 16
Replying to @amanda_dougie
Access also means addressing reality!
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Amanda Nov 16
“Building access also means building what the users want”
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Amanda Nov 16
Thoroughly enjoying James McKee’s presentation re: Service Redesign in Government of Alberta
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