Speaking on Living Design at UX Australia 2017

by Andy Polaine on August 7, 2017

in Conference

I'm very excited to be speaking at UX Australia 2017 again, but have been terribly slow at telling anyone about it on my blog. That's right, all six of you who read it.

The workshop is sold out (I'm proud to say this is the third year in a row!), but I'll be giving a talk on Living Design on Thursday morning.

Do come and say hi!

Update: The deck is available on Speakerdeck and embedded below:

Design to the Power of Ten UX Australia 2016

by Andy Polaine on August 25, 2016

in Conference

Thanks to everyone who came to my workshop at presentation at UX Australia. Below is the deck for my Design to the Power of Ten presentation:

You can view it directly on Speakerdeck here.

UPDATE: The audio recording is now available, so you can listen and click along at home:

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