I am sorry that the processing of applications is being delayed by the need to re-plan course delivery in 2019, following a sharp increase in student numbers in September 18. There are 51 students enroled on Ux (Systems) and 79 … Continue reading
Now I am a certified Scrum Master (the equivalent of passing the theory test for a UK Driving License!), I can work out how to play through this implementation of agile methodology into Ux module teaching and assessments. Uxers share … Continue reading
London is attracting and creating many innovative IT companies. I have gotten involved with one myself over the summer, Logical Glue, which offers predictive analytics software. In this screenshot, the user (a data scientist) has created a model that predicts … Continue reading
“MSc User Experience Design with Professional Placement” was introduced as a new course option last academic year. Students starting in September take taught modules Sept – April, then take a one year placement, which they find themselves May – May, … Continue reading
What percentage of mobile ticket sales and info requests will use voice input by 2020? The UxPA event recently hosted by Trainline speculated 50%. A reason to keep up your interest in conversation design, I think.
Recent graduate of the course, and theKnowledgeAcademy’s “digital designer of 2017” … Jay Williams! Well done Jay!
Many, many thanks to Aviva Digital Garage, the insurance company’s fast growing fintech venture, for hosting the first MSc Ux course show, and to Aviva’s Ux-ers for keeping the students on their toes! The Show celebrated the work of some … Continue reading
It is always a genuine pleasure to hear that one your students has gone on to achieve great things. So it was a particular pleasure to learn that one of the Ux course’s early graduates, Swetha S J, had … Continue reading
Design Thinking workshops have been a feature of the Ux(Content) module for a couple of years now, and I am still learning how to deliver them better. How did I record workshop outcomes before I could access the Discussion Boards … Continue reading