An extra special Lean UX event this month hosted by the Guardian and well worth giving up some of your Friday evening to attend.
Nick and Mario from the Guardian UX team will be talking about some of the design patterns behind the new Guardian news platform.
We are also delighted to welcome Anna Debenham, developer and author of Front-end Style Guides (http://maban.co.uk/projects/front-end-style-guides/) who will be previewing a new talk.
The event will open at 6:30pm. Talks will begin around 7pm and will be followed by an short Q&A with the speakers before the finishing up by 9pm.
As if that weren't enough, there will of course be food and drink laid on for all attendees courtesy of the Guardian (http://www.theguardian.com/uk) and ThoughtWorks (http://www.thoughtworks.com/).
RSVPs for this event will open on Friday 13th at 12:00pm.
Before RSVPing, please take not of the following code of conduct which will apply to this event.
Code of conduct
Lean UX London and their sponsors aim to provide a harassment-free experience for all event attendees. We will not tolerate harassment of attendees, speakers or organisers in any form. Sexual language and imagery in particular is not appropriate for any Lean UX London event. Attendees violating these rules may be asked to leave the event and may be be prevented from attending future events. If you have any concerns at any point, please talk to Stuart Curran (https://twitter.com/stuartcurran) (organiser) or Chris Clarke (https://twitter.com/mr_mr) (co-organiser).