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UX Brighton Apr 24
There are now several really good conferences, in some fantastic cities. But , like itself, is kind of special...
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UX Brighton Apr 23
At last year's , told us about exploring, expeditions, adventures, and taking risks on the unknown. What does this have to do with discovery research? Watch on...
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Mark McElhaw Nov 2
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Rosie Sherry Nov 2
The UX community could learn a lot from the software testing community, and vice versa. . Software testers have talked about much of this stuff for quite a while.
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Chris Harding 🦑 Nov 2
All the surplus fruit from has gone to a homeless shelter. That has made me very happy.
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Cornwall Coast Nov 2
Be an agent for UX change
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Nadine Grant 3 Nov 17
Complexity is not linear. It has unpredictable outcomes and changes a lot!
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UX Brighton Apr 19
Of all the talks in our back catalogue, there are some that people tell us have really changed the way they work in . Step forward :
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Peter Winchester 3 Nov 17
On route to 🤓
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Nabeeha Ahmed Nov 2
Hmmmm, thought-provoking . "User needs" is a catch-all for all these things.
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Jeremy Rosenberg Nov 2
Lots of uncomfortable shifting in seats at mention of the ‘research graveyard’
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Kathryn Brookshier Nov 2
Keynote with at : what is Research Ops?
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Eleonora Zucconi Nov 2
And the “Slide of the Year” award goes to... 🏆
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Becky Colley Nov 2
“A recommendation is a design solution in camouflage.”— 🤯
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Rosie Sherry Nov 2
I will be spending the day at - it’s been a while since I’ve been to another Brighton conference.
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luke hay 3 Nov 17
Excellent, and very funny, talk by
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Rachel McConnell Nov 2
Some really thought provoking talks today at
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Chris Harding 🦑 Nov 3
Very little went to waste from This is one of the vinyls which is now a wipe clean play mat.
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Rachel McConnell Nov 3
UX Brighton — a brief summary
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Katy Arnold Nov 2
Super useful - all the research an organisation already does. Even the research done by people who aren’t user researchers. Fab talk by
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