I’ve recently spent some time in Las Vegas and, in not a completely shocking turn of events, I happened to visit a number of different hotel casinos while I was there! In between sipping cocktails and pretending like I understood how to play things, it struck me that there were a number of takeaways for me […]
[UPDATE: Applications for 2017 are now closed. Thank you for your interest!] I’m often asked why I set up this blog. The main reason, aside from “because its fun!”, is that I want to help people everywhere interested in UX and design by sharing my experiences along the way. More recently, I’ve been mulling over how […]
One of the things that I find incredibly interesting about people is finding out how they got to where they are now career-wise. What is the path they took to success?
My Completely Customisable People file is one of my favourite resources that I’ve ever made. And this month, I want to gift it to you for completely and utterly free!
I recently bought some Apple AirPods after hearing some great things from colleagues and friends who had taken the plunge. After a few weeks of using them, I thought I’d share some thoughts on the user experience of the AirPods.
In a previous post, I talked about how to make the most of your UX sketching, but I wanted to go a bit deeper to explain exactly how you are able to create UI and content hierarchy quickly, through some tweaks to your sketching process.
This post is part of a monthly series where I showcase some of my favourite things I’ve seen around the web recently.
Thanks to Google Ventures, or their book Sprint, (or even through me!), chances are you may have heard of design sprints!
I’ve talked on Instagram before about my UX Design Supplies box – things that I bring with to every UX workshop I run, like post-its, sharpies, sticky dots and blu-tack:
In this video, I take you behind the scenes of my laptop and talk through all the important tools in my Dock, what they are and why I find them useful.
As designers we are innately problem solvers. But on some days, it can feel like harder work than others, and on other days, it can feel like you will literally never come up with a good idea ever again.