I went to New York, The Big Apple, to take in 99U, now in its seventh year.
A new brewing arm, new hair, new kittens, new pastures, new exercises and New York.
I recently offered a client some advice about how to recruit UI designers, so here’s 8 things I try and look for.
It’s less than two months now until Responsive Day Out 3: The Final Breakpoint. Fortunately there are still some tickets available so if you haven’t got yours yet, it’s not too late. Remember: it’s cheap as chips—just £80+VAT for a day jam-packed with knowledge bombs from twelve(!) fantastic speakers. You’d be crazy to miss it.
Wind burn, sore buttocks, baby changing tables and pickled fish.
The circle is now complete. The line-up for the third and final Responsive Day Out is all set.
Getting bigger as a company has meant that doing things together has become increasingly difficult.
Sophie recently gave a ‘Strategy and Culture lightning talk’ at Wired Sussex’s Digital Skills Summit.
I’ve been getting a little excited about Flexbox recently, so two weeks ago I wrote an introduction to it. Since then, I’ve used Flexbox to solve a problem that I used to see a lot.
Summer is in the air and beer is in the brewing…
We’ve some exciting news regarding UX London tickets. Due to demand, we are setting up a simulcast room at the venue, where the morning talks will be broadcast live. This means we can now create some additional Three Day passes - so if you missed out, you’re in luck!
It’s Adventure Time at Elf Cartel.
Notes. About a week.
Today a we started a collective, set of personal projects under the umbrella of something called 100 days.
There’s been a whole series of events going on in Brighton this month under the banner of Spring Forward, a month-long celebration of the role of women in digital culture that runs throughout March in parallel with Women’s History Month.
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