UXB - the unfashionable older brother

A session at UXCampLondon 2011

Saturday 9th July, 2011

1:00pm to 1:30pm (GMT)

It’s my impression that most current UX activity looks more at the customer-facing aspects of IT – a slick brochureware site, a great sales site that makes it easy to convert clicks to revenue, a well designed product – and that the business support systems (BSS) continue to be ugly and clunky, with “sprayed on” fields and little attempt made at orienting them to support the tasks the users need to perform.

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Nick Dunlavey

CEng FRSA FBCS CITP. Freelance requirements engineer & process and data modeller. Keen on Agile (CSM, CSPO), UX & ancient languages. Used to be @GORN61. bio from Twitter

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Time 1:00pm1:30pm GMT

Date Sat 9th July 2011

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