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Danny Hope
UX Consultant, founder of & danny.hope@gmail.com 07595226792
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Danny Hope Sep 11
It’s odd that I find the process of inviting conference speakers so stressful when I find speaking to the, to be such fun
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UX Brighton Sep 4
We're excited to announce the first of our speakers at our conference on 1 November. This year's theme is 'A Focus on Design' and here's a taste of who we have lined up...
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Danny Hope Sep 4
Replying to @BrightonHoveBus
Cool, thank you 👍
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UX Brighton Sep 4
Less than a couple of hours to get your super-early-bird ticket for 2019. Our first wave of speakers are announced at 11am...
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Danny Hope Sep 4
please can you advise me about what do you do if you activate a ticket (using the app) and then can't board the bus because it turns out to be full?
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UX Brighton Sep 2
Here are 4 ways to keep up with the industry links UX Brighton shares, which do you prefer? - Link Digest email signup - Slack channel - All links archived at (and as RSS )
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UX Brighton Aug 30
Workshop news: is now a key part of the design and landscape. Are you up to speed with good voice UI practice? The day before our main conference, join and build your own voice interface...
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UX Brighton Aug 29
is a team effort. curates our line-up of excellent speakers, and sponsorship from and helps make it happen. Let us know if you'd like to join us as a sponsor for our 2019 conference:
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Danny Hope Aug 27
Replying to @harrybr
Have you tried squinty?
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UX Brighton Aug 21
Thanks so much for all the feedback from edition 1 of our Link Digest. We're currently preparing edition 2, so sign up here:
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UX Brighton Aug 20
We were about to tweet, asking who will be member 888 but a quick check of workspace admin reveals that there are in fact 903 members. Less catchy to ask who’ll be member 904 but pretty cool non the less.
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Danny Hope Aug 12
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Danny Hope Aug 7
Replying to @yandle
2 MORE: "Immersive Technologies Designer" "Product Proposition Designer"
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Danny Hope Aug 7
Replying to @yandle
Oh for god’s sake… "Midboarding" …is a apparently now a thing too.
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Danny Hope Aug 7
"Minimum *Valuable* Product" AKA MVP "Content designer" Two confusing neologisms that have been under discussion today
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Danny Hope Aug 7
Just read this: "Job Stories Come From Real People Not Personas". Don’t they both come from real people?
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Danny Hope Jul 24
Replying to @yandle
What I’m after is a tool that lets you declare each warning as having been checked and then to not have to check it again.
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Danny Hope Jul 24
Replying to @yandle
To clarify: Some accessibility tools provide WARNINGS (sometimes referred to as potential and likely problems), where they’re saying "check this POTENTIAL issue". Many times, you look into such warnings and conclude that no action is needed.
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UX Brighton Jul 24
The sun is blazing down on - our thriving city of digital innovation and expertise. But you know what's better than Brighton in the summertime? Brighton in the autumn. November, more specifically...
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Danny Hope Jul 24
Can anyone recommend a website accessibility audit tool? I’m particularly looking for the ability to mark potential and likely problems as checked, so that when the site is checked again, they aren't highlighted as needing attention again.
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