A guest post from Sam Stephenson who attended a UX workshop lead by fffunction at Falmouth University in 2015. Sam writes about the workshop and where what he learned took him.
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We’ve told a few folks about this but haven’t really made much of a song and dance about it: we’re writing our first book!
Pete’s been designing up some work which came out of a sketching workshop which we ran with a client.
A couple of months ago, I attended Meri Williams’s excellent “Be a brilliant people developer” workshop with White October Events.
I like a good process post so I thought it might be interesting to do one about how we do social media here at fffunction.
Week 3 was my 2nd week in the Bristol studio, I was near the end of my talks with users, with only a couple to go.
For week 2 of my internship I was at the Bristol studio. Being in Bristol was a nice change of pace from being in Penryn, and I was ready to get stuck into to talking with more users.
Around a year ago fffunction came to Falmouth Uni and did a couple of workshops around user experience and prototyping. This was really my first formal introduction in to the world of user experience - I instantly recognised that this was a specialist area that I really wanted to delve into.
fffunction is taking a bit of our own medicine and want to involve some users in the process of looking at changes to our own website.
One of the things which we get as UXBristol sponsors is a table at the conference.