More speakers for UX London 2023

I’d like to play it cool when I announce the latest speakers for UX London 2023, like I could be all nonchalant and say, “oh yeah, did I not mention these people are also speaking…?”

But I wouldn’t be able to keep up that façade for longer than a second. The truth is I am excited to the point of skittish gigglyness about this line-up.

Look, I’ll let you explore these speakers for yourself while I try to remain calm and simply enumerate the latest additions…

A smiling white woman with shoulder-length brown hair wearing a bright red top in a pink chair in front of a bright blue wall. A studio portrait of a white woman with long straight light brown hair wearing a black top. A smiling black man with glasses and close-cropped hair and beard wearing a leather jacket outdoors.

The line-up is almost complete now! Just one more speaker to announce.

I highly recommend you get your UX London ticket if you haven’t already. You won’t want to miss this!

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Previously on this day

1 year ago I wrote Hosting Leading Design New York

A humbling experience at an excellent conference.

2 years ago I wrote Five decades

Mid-century moments.

8 years ago I wrote 100 words 005

Day five.

9 years ago I wrote Browsiness

It’s a wide, wide web.

11 years ago I wrote Responsive questions

Responding to responsiveness, as prompted by MacUser UK magazine.

12 years ago I wrote Clarification

A follow-up on responsive web design.

12 years ago I wrote Context

Clarifying the problem space of responsive web design.

16 years ago I wrote Reckoning

Shock and anger.

17 years ago I wrote Simple Storage Service

Amazon’s newest web service has no face, but I think it’s got legs.

20 years ago I wrote iPays my money, iTakes my choice

I’m upgrading my iBook.

21 years ago I wrote J.E.R.E.M.Y.

Journeying Electronic Replicant Engineered for Mathematics and Yardwork

21 years ago I wrote FilmWise

I’ve just spent hours trying to figure out what films these invisible people are in.

21 years ago I wrote Paying lip-service to usability

Here’s an article about usability in The Guardian.