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David L.

Location:

London

Member since:

September 5, 2010

Networks

Which book has most influenced your thinking on UX?

Maybe a bit obvious but Don Norman, The Design of Everyday Things -- the first proper "UX" book I read.

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

Innie.

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

"You're not an artist Peggy, you solve problems" -- Don Draper to Peggy Olsen in series 3 of Mad Men :)

Introduction

Senior user interface designer, working across UX / visual design and interface prototyping/building­. Currently working in the field of digital cultural heritage/humanities.­ Mainly web-focused but want to get into more mobile/tablet stuff.


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