We are in Lisbon, Portugal for UXLx 2013. Today we travelled down from Stockholm via Frankfurt and spent the pre-conference evening tasting some wine and mingling with other delegates. To finish off the day, we were joined by Bruno Figueiredo, the organiser and curator of UXLx. We talk to him about the conference and about the UX scene in Portugal.
Two giggly old men begin this episode of UX Podcast by corpsing. Once we had composed ourselves, the topic was misunderstanding the term UX. What is UX? Can it be definied? Can you be a “UX-er”? Is the phrase “UX” needed or are we just unnecessarily compliating things?(Listening time: 36 minutes)
In episode 31 of UX Podcast James and Per are joined by Derek Featherstone from Simply Accessible to talk about infographics and how we can make them more accessible. We say “everything that needs to be said” and cover some of the challenges, types of accessibility problems, downsides of making infographics accessible, and share some practical tips.
In this show we sat down at Kulturhuset in Stockholm together with Martin Christensen, user experience designer and agile coach, to talk about agile and how you apply it to multiple disciplines, including UX. Martin promised to give us a “silver bullet” solution for handling agile ux. Let’s listen and find out what it is…(Listening time: 27 minutes)
Three jam-packed days of UXLx have whizzed by. 4 workshops, 4 lightning events, 10 conference talks, fair few glasses of wine and beer, an incredible number of conversations with a whole load of really smart people.
In this 6th and last podcast from Lisbon at UXLx we give you a quick roundup of our favourite talks from the conference day on Friday plus a few reflections from fellow conference attendees Lynsey Thornton and Celine O’Niell.
Finally a few reflections and take-homes from the entire event.(Listening time: 28 minutes)
- Bruno Figueiredo, UXLx event organiser
- The computer for the 21st Century (PDF)
- Bill Buxton presenting at UXLx 2012