The second global UX debate took place earlier last week in London, hosted by SapientNitro. With a panel made up of Daniel Harvey, creative director of experience design at SapientNitro, Marcus Mustafa, global head of UX at LBi; Jane Austin, digital director, IG Index; Jason Mesut, head of UX, RMA Consulting and Chris Averill, managing director, We Are Experience.
Currently, interning at FabriQate isn’t my only job, I’m working two jobs. Every weekday, I’m a hard-working FabriQate intern, keeping up to date in the mobile tech world. At the weekend, I’m teaching my Grandmother how to use a laptop for an hour in a quick and simple course. She pays me – hey, you gotta live – and its always nice to bond with family!
It’s a dusky Alabama evening, the tumbleweed rustles in the heat and a dismayed Scout Finch is sat with her father Atticus. “You never actually understand a person until you consider things from their point of view”, Atticus says to his daughter, helping her to learn, at the tender age of six, about the way the world works.
I thought that I was at my learning peak at around the age ...
It was my first day at FabriQate and I had a text from my Dad at about 10am asking, wittily, whether I had got everyone’s coffee order right. Nothing beats a bit of paternal banter, except pretty much any other banter, and it was especially nice to shoot him down.
I knew pretty much straight away, and I explained to him, that I wasn’t here to make up numbers or just ...
Despite attempts to, we couldn’t justify sending someone to San Francisco for the September 12, 2012 Apple Event but that didn’t stop us keeping abreast of every moment thanks to live blogs and of course Twitter. FabriQate’s Pete Bulley
left the office early to get setup with every feed available and in anticipation of the iPhone 5.