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About Sarah Hawk
Formerly a developer in the corporate world, our Community Manager Hawk (who is actually a Kiwi and is only called Sarah by her mother) said goodbye to the code and succumbed to the lure of social science. Community Manager for the SitePoint network for several years and then Head of Community at FeverBee, Hawk is on the team that builds Discourse.
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Benjamin Humphrey joined us on Slack to share practical solutions to help you use your findings effectively. Here is the full transcript in case you missed it.
Finding a mentor can have a significant positive effect on career development, but mentors aren’t that easy to come by.
We thought we’d do something about that.
Uncovering effective ways to unify research findings so that can efficiently use them is can be a problem. Benjamin Humphreys offers practical solutions to help you use your findings effectively.
Susan Weinschenk joined us in our Slack channel to share her knowledge on psychology and neuroscience and how they can support our work as designers. Here is a transcript of the session.
We’ve spent November looking at how psychology and neuroscience help us design for people. We used Susan Weinschenk’s book 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People as the inspiration so we’re pretty excited that she’ll be joining us in our Slack channel next week.
After a brief hiatus our Ask the UXperts channel was brought back to life yesterday by my fellow kiwi, Kah Chan.
Kah shared his tips for crafting language carefully to create better experiences for our users.
As designers, the way we use our words can have a profound effect on our users. Used thoughtfully, words can create feelings of trustworthiness, integrity and joy – so choose them with care. Kah Chan is joining us on Slack to share his tips and tricks for getting it right.
Is your portfolio as competitive as you’d like it to be? If not, you need Joe Natoli! Joe’s latest course is all about building and effective and impactful portfolio.
Yesterday he shared some tips in our Slack channel. If you missed the session you can check out the full transcript here.
If there’s anyone that knows how to build a good portfolio it’s Joe Natoli. Joe’s recent series of workshops called Give Good Portfolio were focused on teaching aspiring UXers to build the kind of competitive, effective, impactful UX portfolio recruiters, employers and prospective clients want to see.
Join him on Slack to get the inside line.