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Danny Hope
Product Strategy Consultant with a background in Interaction Design. Founder of & danny.hope@gmail.com WhatsApp/07595226792
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Danny Hope Oct 6
Silence Earthling :(
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Danny Hope Sep 30
Replying to @Hello_Im_Peter
*Bob Moesta
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Danny Hope Sep 30
Replying to @Hello_Im_Peter
There’s an interview with Bob Most in about 10 minutes
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Danny Hope Jul 10
Pareidolia McGurk Effect Tritone Paradox Shepard Tone Illusion
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Danny Hope May 22
Huh, the 1st wiki was built in
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Danny Hope May 7
Drill up [sic]
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Danny Hope May 7
"Drill up"
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Danny Hope Apr 30
having properly used Top Tasks, I now find it twice as hard to work on projects where it has not been used. It’s ruined me
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Danny Hope Apr 29
Replying to @The_Kraken
Yeah and what we don’t understand yet too: questions, assumptions etc
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Danny Hope Apr 29
"Research Archive" is good. "What we want to/know about users" would be better. The former documents what a team did, the latter is alive and is user centred. Thoughts?
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Danny Hope Apr 19
Is there a role do you most associate with digital transformation? How much does this overlap with design leadership?
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Danny Hope Apr 19
Replying to @johncutlefish @js_bin
This is how ’s UI was developed, back in the day
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UX Brighton Apr 17
Jim Kalbach, who spoke at UX Brighton 2012, has just released a new book. The Job's To Be Done Playbook focusses on turning market insight into action.
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Maks Surguy Apr 17
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Danny Hope Apr 8
We’re about to send out this month’s UX Brighton Link Digest. I think our guest curator, , has done an exceptional job. If you’d like to receive it in your inbox, you should sign-up now.
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UX Brighton Apr 3
Users often think, having followed an in-page link, that they’ve ended up on a new page. This tiny bit of uses to show what’s really happening.
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Danny Hope Apr 3
Replying to @The_Kraken
Good work, sir
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Danny Hope Apr 3
Replying to @UXbri
Wikipedia needs this.
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Danny Hope Mar 31
How can I determine which credit card I’m using to pay for Figma? My admin dashboard doesn’t seem to have the control mentioned in your online help article
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