Issue #56: How to do UX design

I met Thomas Barber of Svelte London on Wednesday (after a freezing 6 hour ride from Southampton). Ov
Issue #56: How to do UX design
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I met Thomas Barber of Svelte London on Wednesday (after a freezing 6 hour ride from Southampton). Over a coffee, he asked me “what is UX design?” 
I explained that I believe we’re living in a world where marketing is moving from persuasive to usable design (great article here about it) and that businesses need to knuckle down and create great experiences. That will give them the best possible chance to succeed.
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UX design
A talk I gave at Frontier Conference
A talk I gave at Frontier Conference
Interview with Bret Scofield, Interaction Designer at Sumo Logic
Product Vs. Marketing Illustration
eCommerce
Hybrid vs Native
Hybrid vs Native
Phrasee Marketing Language Generation Software
The Psychological Price of Entrepreneurship
Cycling
Le Col
Le Col
The Radavist’s Top 10 and Then Some Beautiful Bicycles of 2016
Sales trainer's comment: Train your staff to be ready for the internet shopper's arrival
Coolness
Ephemeralds
Ephemeralds
This Was the Year Tech Stocks Became Sure Bets
The Cloud Needs to Get a Whole Lot Greener in 2017
Here's to giving ourselves the best possible chances of success!
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