This post is #5 in a series of posts about my UX research about UX Maturity. For all other posts, see my UX Maturity Research page. My journey I used to be a developer. I read as much as I could about UX, then really tried to put those readings to use. There were… Continue reading The three ITs of UX growth
Last night, I gave my "talk on talks" for the second time. You can view the recording on periscope below. https://twitter.com/talent_io_uk/status/880119265113788416 Recording Periscope was really cool- I'd never used it before- but the recording quality wasn't great. It seemed to skip around a few times. In the future I'll probably just set up my iPhone… Continue reading Reflection- How to give great tech talks- talent.io
Update: I also gave an updated version of this talk at a talent.io event on 28-06-2017. Yesterday, I took the next big step in my public speaking career by doing a full half-hour talk at a meetup put on by London Software Craftsmanship Community (LSCC). I'd done a Lightning Talk on Usability Testing at this… Continue reading How to give great tech talks
The other night I stayed up until 1am creating a presentation for work. The next day, I practiced through my lunch hour, then delivered the presentation in the afternoon, then in the evening after a full day of programming, I wrote a draft for this article. Sounds miserable, right? It really wasn't. Despite having only… Continue reading The UX of a great presentation
I gave a talk about usability testing at work then again to a software meetup group. I chose a cheeky theme to keep everyone awake!