Where’s Wally…? I used to spend ages looking for him, didn’t you too?
It would start as a fun game: Sure, I’ll find him in no time, it can’t be that hard! But after searching for a while, it could get pretty frustrating: You KNEW he was there, somewhere on that jam-packed beach. You even knew what he looked like, with his trademark red-striped shirt, hat and his nerdy glasses. Still, it would sometimes take ages and make your eyes burn to finally single him out. Read more »
In late August I attended the third annual UX Australia conference in Sydney. The conference was well organised, enjoyable, informative, and peppered with a great mix of both local and international speakers. Topics were varied and covered the full breadth of the UX discipline, from designing for mobile to UX design in surgical environments. There was definitely something of value in every session that I attended. Not one was a dud.
There were some common themes running throughout the conference: multi-channel design, designing for mobile, and the role that UX plays in transforming the culture within a business. Here’s a summary of some of the highlights. Read more »