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How are career pathways navigated by humanities graduates?

After initially thinking art school served no link to future work I found that it was the perfect education for a job that, at the time of my graduation, had not even been invented yet. Twenty years later I’ve decided to revisit this question – with a potential project in mind – to help creative […]

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Pushing beyond the MVP

Should you be defining a minimum viable product, or a minimum viable experience?

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Service design Side Projects

Considering customer efficiency in experiences

There’s efficiency and there’s experience. Last month I published an article for UX Mag on the subject of customer efficiency. It opens with a story about the Melbourne trams. It’s conductors were replaced by machines in an efficiency drive. However the efficiency of customers and of the service required consideration around tasks beyond ticket purchase. Conductors […]

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Rev head leet speak

My most recent book PL8s is a collection of car number plates. It’s my second attempt at the book, after changing the cover design, and accounting for some issues experienced on my first go. Why number plates? For the hell of it and because I love making collections and lists of things. I also think […]

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La la love you (tribute)

La la love you (tribute), originally uploaded by erietta. Missing playing around in Illustrator, and it’s raining, so I thought I would finish this little idea I had when I saw the Pixies play Doolittle live.

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My Blurb book’s back

I received my second book made by Blurb in the post the other day. This was the first book I had made that was a black and white text, 5″ x 8″ paperback. I ordered one hard cover with dust jacket and a couple of paperbacks. I was well impressed by the paper quality and the binding. The […]