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The User Experience Professionals’ Association UK supports usability and UX specialists from all aspects of human-centred design, and the broad family of disciplines that create the user experience in promoting the design and development of usable products.

Indifference towards people and the reality in which they live is actually the one and only cardinal sin in design

A wonderful nugget of content strategy wisdom from - bizarrely - the UXPA UK Wearable Tech event: Content is our ambassador at a distance — Noz Urbina A very useful aide-memoire with which to persuade stakeholders about content value, utility.

Accessibility is User Experience, magnified. Léonie Watson. Léonie was talking about Practical Accessible User Experience for the annual UXPA (UK) event for GAAD 2014. She also coined the abbreviation / tag #AUX, which, on balance, I prefer to the more established a11y — very similar to Accessibility as deep usability. =)

We believe that doing [A] for people [B] will make outcome [C] happen. We know that when data [D] and feedback [E] happens. Craig Sullivan

We are all chimpanzees that got lucky. Our firmware hasn't changed that much since we came down from the trees.

UX. We make decisions. We put them on paper. We're not magic.

Notes getting the best from UX interviews at the UXPA UK Careers Event 2013 organised by Raj Arjan and Paul Coombs. Be Kaler Blake, Founder of Futureheads, chaired a panel encompassing Lewis Milford, Global Talent Acquisition at Nokia; Jonathan Culling, UX Director at Foolproof; and Craig Le Grice, tech and start-up strategist and Jason Mesut; Head of User Experience at…

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