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Giles Colborne
CEO of . Next generation experience design. Author of 'Simple and Usable'. AKA 科尔伯恩, Джайлс Колбърн, 자일스 콜본, and ジャイルズ・コルボーン
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Giles Colborne Jul 8
Replying to @Spanty
That is a fabulous place to visit. What a trip for you and the family.
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MEX Jul 2
Job: is hiring a London-based mid-weight UX consultant, focused in a dedicated financial services 'pod'. A chance to work with , an alumnus speaker of our MEX conference, who literally wrote the book on UX
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Giles Colborne Jun 26
Ah... well if it’s a _proper_ name you want, I got nothing! 😶
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Giles Colborne Jun 26
Does it need a name? You might call it ‘null text’ or something like that, but you’d still have to explain it. So ‘explanation of what’s missing’ might be just as good.
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Giles Colborne Jun 21
The challenge of simplicity when complex edge cases drown out mainstream simplicity.
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Fiz Yazdi Jun 19
Thanks I did a podcast on selling techniques peeps!
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Andy Budd Jun 13
So tickets are flying off the shelves at the moment. Reckon all the early bird tickets will be gone well before the 15th July cut-off date. So if you want to save £150, I’d grab one now while you can.
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Giles Colborne Jun 13
Nothing makes the argument for simplicity in design like hard numbers. It’s about understanding users, not adding features.
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Giles Colborne Jun 11
If a company sends you a message labelled 'Important Information' it's a pretty safe bet that it is unimportant and dull.
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Giles Colborne Jun 10
Replying to @jesmond
Here to make your Sunday brighter. 😊
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Giles Colborne Jun 9
Replying to @jesmond
Eastern Airlines flight 401 crashed killing 101 people because the flight crew were distracted by a faulty light and didn’t notice the plane was descending.
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Center Centre Jun 7
"We all crave simplicity in our work and in our lives. As designers, we look for ways to simplify the experiences we create to make them more useful and compelling to customers." — 's AYCL Virtual Seminar
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cxpartners Jun 5
Google asked cxpartners to help them review 500 websites across Europe, Middle East and Africa for user experience and speed. Here’s a taste of what we found
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Jorge Arango Jun 2
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Stuart Charlton May 24
We're looking for an Art Director to join our experience design team in Bristol:
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Giles Colborne May 21
Remember to add to the fun by doing what I do: tell yourself that this isn’t just a game. It’s an accurate measure of your value as a human being.
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Alison Jones May 14
Making your writing and isn't easy, but shares his expertise in Episode 26 of the Extraordinary Business Book Club .
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Round Animals May 9
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Giles Colborne May 10
Replying to @nickf @inkblurt
In many cases, yes. And if that’s how the recipient feels then that’s just fine.
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Giles Colborne May 10
Replying to @inkblurt
What’s wrong with just saying it? ‘Hi, I’m a bot, calling / answering on behalf of Sarah.’
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