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 […]
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During the lunch break of day 2 here at UXLx 2012 Per and James talked to Dave Gray, one of the co-authors of Gamestorming and one of the workshop holders here yesterday morning. As well as talking to Dave about his workshop and preparation for it, we also got a few tips of gamestorming techniques […]
It’s the end of day 2 here at UXLx and that means that we’ve finished the workshop part of the conference. This afternoons workshops were We’ve done all this research, now what? with Steve Portigal and Accessibillity for UX Designers with Derek Featherstone. (Listening time: 13 minutes)
It’s the end of the first morning here at #uxlx and we’ve got our first workshops under out belts. James took part in David Gray’s Gamestorming session whilst Per took part in Peter Morville’s Cross-Channel Strategy workshop. Here’s our initial thoughts from right after lunch… (Listening time 9 minutes)
The afternoon of the first day of UXLx has included 2 lightning talks followed by a three hour workshop lecture. James and Per give you a quick run down and also talk about how workshops should be workshops. (Listening time: 12 minutes) @beantin and @axbom caught in the act: creating the infamous #uxpodcast pic.twitter.com/Gaj7F641 — Alissa […]
This week we are recording from UXLx in Lisbon Portugal. We are planning to record a number of podcasts and cover both the workshops on Wednesday and Thursday and then the conference day on Friday. Episode 12 comes from James and Per’s hotel room at the Trip Oriente. We had quite a fight with Garageband […]
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