Since the start of the year, we’ve been having daily ‘stand ups’ to check in on the progress of our new website as we work to get it out the door. This is the story of how they help get us over the line.
We couldn’t run UX London without our fantastic volunteers. Here, two of this year’s crew write about their experience with us…
Collaborating on a pattern library.
A couple of weeks ago we welcomed a new UX Intern into the fold at Clearleft HQ - the brilliant Sebastien Chung. Needless to say, Seb has jumped in head first with energy and enthusiasm…
A framework for choosing your web toolkit.
The only way left to get hold of tickets for the event.
I’m sure anyone who has ever had to call a tradesman into their home may well recognise that pre-quote sinking feeling - often accompanied with a lengthy inhalation and pained ’sympathetic’ expression.
The line-up is now complete.
Whether you’re new to Clearleft, to UX London, or both, (or neither), here’s a timely insight into the proceedings as we hurtle towards the end of May and our ninth UX London conference.
A few days in Gridlandia.
I love typography - there, I said it. Although whilst I can’t confess to being a true type nerd (mentioning no names Rich Rutter), I am happy to spend plenty of time geeking out over x-heights, ligatures, weights and a whole host of other tiny details to find the ‘perfect’ typeface.
Striding along a narrow footpath that slices up the side of a steep Lakeland fell, you pause to admire the majestic view – “is that Bow Fell in the background? How much further until I start heading for the tarn?” you muse.
A design exercise for the Clearleft UI designers.
A one-day event in Brighton dedicated to design systems, pattern libraries, and style guides.
CSS Grid Layout is so hot right now.
Our pledge to remove barriers for working mums.
I’d just bought a new camera when I joined Clearleft in September 2016. It wasn’t long before I was putting it to good use, shooting team portraits for the company’s new website.