Sunday 7th April, 2013
12:10pm to 12:30pm
As UX practitioners, one of our core tenets is that the things we design should be as simple as possible for the people who use them. Our goal is to tame complexity so that users don’t have to. But all too often we fail to bring the same level of simplicity to our own communication. We struggle to explain what we do and the value we bring in clear and simple terms.
This talk (originally inspired by the book Life Plain and Simple by Lisa Rose) will explore simplicity – not in the end products we design, but in the way we communicate, collaborate and talk about our work.
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