It’s taken me longer than usual to grab a minute to reflect upon this year’s UXLibs. I moved house just… Read more UXLibsIV… in 50 photos
These days I tend to know quite a few people at any conference I attend, even it’s just those (wonderful, gorgeous, intelligent) people who have invited me to speak. In the case of UXLibs, which I chair and co-organise, I know heaps and heaps of people, either serial attendees (thank you for keeping on coming back!) or people who I have met before elsewhere (at workshops or other events), or who I have connected with on Twitter. However, I have never forgotten how I felt early on in my career when I used to attend conferences with some fear and trepidation.
I have written and edited quite a number of books over the years but I’m not sure I’ve ever been… Read more The UX in Libraries Yearbook
Organising a user experience conference is a tough prospect. Conferences are very hard to organise in and of themselves but… Read more UXLibs III… in 50 photos
As I travel around the world leading UX training and fieldwork in libraries – most recently at institutions in Australia, the… Read more A new model of UX adoption
‘Everything that happens once can never happen again. But everything that happens twice will surely happen a third time.’ ~… Read more Third time around
I’m a little addicted to taking photos, especially when recording a trip or an event and UXLibsII was no exception.… Read more UXLIBSII… in 50 photos
I’m hoping to write three posts about the recent UXLibs conference but time, family and training course preparation may prevent… Read more UXLIBSII: the darkest day