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Jeff Van C.


Hometown: Austin, TX

Member since:

August 13, 2010


Which book has most influenced your thinking on UX?

It's a bit trite, but when I read The Design of Everyday Things ten years ago, it fundamentally changed the way I see the world. Everything I've read since has refined my understanding and practice of UX, but no other book has had the same impact.

Are you an innie (work inhouse) or an outie (work in an agency or freelance)?

I'm currently an innie.

What's your favourite design/UX related quote or saying?

“Always design a thing by considering it in its next larger context - a chair in a room, a room in a house, a house in an environment, an environment in a city plan.” -Eliel Saarinen


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What Jeff Van C. is saying about this Meetup Group

London UX Bookclub is one of the best events in London for usability and user experience professionals. It's a fantastic opportunity to meet and learn from your peers. We've read some fantastic books and some terrible ones, but I always come away from the bookclub having learned much more than if I'd read the book on my own.

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