With just over a month to go until our second annual Leading Design conference, I’ve taken time to reflect on how the original idea for the event came about, and share a rundown of what you lucky Leading Design attendees can expect this time round…
If you haven’t been a guest of ours yet, you should note that we have a fantastic office with a large communal courtyard. We invited the talented graffiti artists Gary Stranger and Pref ID over to add some colour into our home.
What a day! What a lovely Patterns Day!
Last week, we did some laundry. Some clearleft.com laundry, to be precise. It was a two hour cycle.
If you’ve read Interaction 17: Bites from the Big Apple pt.1, you’ll know that some of the Clearleft team decamped to New York City in early February for Interaction 17. And hopefully you’ll have a idea of how the conference played out. If you haven’t already read it, take a quick look, then read on for part 2…
We have a tradition here at Clearleft of having the occasional lunchtime braindump. They’re somewhat sporadic, but it’s always a good day when there’s a “brown bag” gathering.
At the beginning of February, a bunch of us Clearleft folk set off for a week in New York City to attend Interaction 17, 6 - 8 February 2017. This was my first Interaction conference, so I thought I’d scribble down some takeaways from a newbie’s perspective.
Last week I had the pleasure of attending the Interaction 17 conference in New York with some colleagues from Clearleft.
Are you a freelancer working in the design industry? To kick off 2017, we’re hosting a New Year get together here at Clearleft HQ in January.
I wrote a thing. The thing is a book. But the book is not published on paper. This book is on the web. It’s a web book. Or “wook” if you prefer …please don’t prefer. Here it is:
Over the past 8 years I’ve seen numerous friends, colleagues and clients—along with many regular UX London attendees—move from design practitioners to design leaders. Some have taken up leadership roles at agencies or small design teams in traditional companies. Others have risen through the ranks of the tech giants to land senior positions at companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter.