Highlights from Digital Shoreditch 2015

Our highlights from Digital Shoreditch 2015

UX for your Granny, escalator experiences and augmented reality — here are our highlights from Digital Shoreditch. “Let’s Get Real! Groundbreaking Virtual and Augmented Reality” By Daniel Cheetham (Head of Interactive, Happy Finish) Virtual Reality was impossible to ignore at Digital Shoreditch this year. From the moment William Hill handed out those google cardboards it was clear that VR would be to digital shoreditch what Meerkat was to SXSW. One of our…

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Future of Web Design

The Future of Web Design 2015

UX Connections had the opportunity to attend the FOWD 2015 conference in London this April, an excellent conference for anyone in the web design and development community. With a packed two days of informative talks and activities, here are some of our highlights. “Clear cache and refresh — getting started with designing in the browser” By Flurin Egger and Adrian Egger “Unlike programs that need a license, the web will…

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Key flaw in the new Macbook user experience

The key flaw behind the latest Apple Macbook user experience

Apple have produced some of the most iconic designs of the past 20 years, and their UX teams generally produce fantastic experiences. However, the latest Macbook release has revealed one key flaw which shows: Maybe user experience isn’t any longer Apple’s top priority? The Golden Rule of UX — “Always Design For The Context Of Use.” This is soon to be a conversation you will hear in libraries, offices and workspaces around…

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