Why I blog
I read a lot. I take a lot of notes. I worry I’ll forget things. It’s only when I set myself a task – to summarise, draw a picture, make a list that it all sinks in. In that process of doing and making I cement my learning. And that’s why I blog. As it turns out this process builds a library of links, opinions, events, and moments in time of what I was reading, listening to, doing and thinking. So when I need to recall something it’s there for me to retrieve.
This blog is about my design practice, thoughts on the web and reports on related events in Sydney that I go to. I’ve built a library of HCD tools on Pinterest and I collect articles on people management and the work experience. I’m also on Twitter if you want to say hi.
I studied fine arts and design. I began as a visual designer before becoming a producer/interaction designer with the good fortune of working with a bunch of talented and obsessive developers on CMS and web application projects. I also got to be involved with WebDU. I earned my Human Centred Design chops on design research and service design projects with a bunch of practitioners who loved talking methodology and technique. It was hard, fun work and over this time I developed a strong interest in designing for people rather than screens. After many service design projects I joined a CX consultancy. If you are curious for more details check out LinkedIn.
Any views expressed here are my own and in no way, unless specified reflect the views or opinions of my employer.
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