Hey all, just getting back to this after the return to Oz :)
THANKYOU for such a warm welcome in Singapore! I'm looking forward to my next visit..
During the discussion there were a few things that flitted through my head: but didn't make it out my mouth ..
You might all really like looking at Bill Buxton's book on Sketching User Experiences - many of the discussion threads were heading in this direction (imho)
0 · September 4
"Principle of Association : says that the type of leader and the kind of person you will be 5 yrs from now will result from 2 primary influences: the books you read and the people you associate with." -- Leadership wisdom from the monk who sold his Ferrari p.211
my_todo: read at least 30 minutes a day
1 · August 21
Dan Ariely (last on Michael Ong's list) is a behavioral Scientist at Duke University . Lot of his work is on irrational human behavior. Though not directly UX related, Dan's work can be applied to UX to understand why certain users behave a certain way....I am a big fan of Dan's research and blog.
0 · August 21
Great meetup and nice to see such an active interest from everyone today. Couple of books mentioned :
Getting Real is a great book to get started for those new while Lean Analytics is a great follow up to Lean UX.
Love to hear more from folks who are able to apply what you learnt today to their work!
4 · August 21
Just bouncing ideas... open university allows us to see the past lectures and forum discussion. So in Meetup we share lots of useful data points yet there is just no way to see this if we miss the Meetup.
Anyone has solution for me who is trying to split myself into attending concurrent meetups?
0 · August 20