Another three speakers for UX London 2023
This was originally posted on my own site. I know I’m being tease, doling out these UX London speaker announcements in batches rather than one big reveal. Indulge me in my suspense-ratcheting behaviour. Today I’d like to unveil three speakers whose surnames start with the letter H… Stephen Hay, Creative Director at Rabobank, Asia Hoe, Senior Product Designer, and Amy Hupe, Design Systems consultant at Frankly Design.
This was originally posted on my own site. The last talk at the last dConstruct was by local clever clogs Anil Seth. It was called Your Brain Hallucinates Your Conscious Reality. It’s well worth a listen. Anil covers a lot of the same ground in his excellent book, Being You…
This was originally posted on my own site. We use metaphors all the time. To quote George Lakoff, we live by them. We use analogies some of the time. They’re particularly useful when we’re wrapping our heads around something new. By comparing something novel to something familiar, we can make a shortcut to comprehension, or at least, categorisation. But we need a certain amount of vigilance when it comes to analogies. Just because something is like something else doesn’t mean it’s the same.
The next four speakers for UX London 2023
This was originally posted on my own site. I am positively giddy with excitement to tell you about some more speakers you can look forward to at UX London 2023: Stacey Mendez, Product and Experience Designer, Hannah Smith, Director of Operations at the Green Web Foundation, Vitaly Friedman, Creative Lead at Smashing Magazine, and Trine Falbe, Ethical Design Consultant at Falbe Consulting.
Web Audio API update on iOS
This was originally posted on my own site. I documented a weird bug with web audio on iOS a while back: On some pages of The Session, as well as the audio player for tunes (using the Web Audio API) there are also embedded YouTube videos (using the video element)…
Redesigning UX London
This was originally posted on my own site. I’ve been redesigning UX London. I don’t mean the website. I mean the event itself. Don’t worry, it’s nothing too radical. It’s not like we’re changing the focus of the event, which remains a nerdfest for all things design-related. But there are…