Tag: Scribbles

Bad timing

It was just bad timing As you always said it was When we fell, when we met When you left, I was bereft It was just bad timing As you always knew it was When we kissed, when we fell When I lost myself, heartbroken hell Bad timing Syncopated love Taken in stolen seconds Shared…

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Morning breaks the night Shards of colour in the light Spreading hope and inspiring delight In that brief moment there’s no fight Firey waves through clouds ignite It’s the morning, the day, a welcome sight

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Getting my Etsy on!

Delighted and rather excited to share with you lovely lot that I’ve just opened a shop on Etsy!  After much hesitation, many thoughts and some helpful motivation from folk, including some of you lovely people, I’ve set up Josie Dee Design on Etsy. Please have a look-see if you fancy, otherwise remain unmoved by the…

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An interesting read… Design

A lovely article by Chris Noessel about interaction design via the UXmas site. (It’s a slightly longer read than my others so far, but stay with it) http://uxmas.com/2014/7-things-i-wish-everyone-knew-about-interaction-design  It’s a nice look into how we can answer the question “But, what is interaction design?” I was lucky enough to see him speak at a conference last…

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An interesting read… Design

A nice article about the difference and similarities between Service design and Customer Experience http://blog.usabilla.com/are-cx-and-service-design-the-same-thing/ A concise comaparrison between these two terms with links out to other articles exploring the relationship between these two terms and definititions. As we embark into a world where everyone’s expecting services to be customer centric perhaps these two terms may become…

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An interesting read… Design

Here’s an article on the value of research and how it’s sometimes perceived in larger organisations http://uxmas.com/2016/the-real-value-of-original-research/ An interesting perspective on how the need for research and it’s idiosyncrasies are perceived and needed for a good understanding of what your audience wants/needs. Well worth a read 🙂 Cheers, Josie x

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An interesting read… Design

Here’s an article on UX and the future of the chatbot ‘interface’. https://www.fastcodesign.com/3054934/the-next-phase-of-ux-designing-chatbot-personalities  An interesting perspective on how our role in UX may need to adapt for interface-less interactions As we embark into a world where everyone’s connected most of the time, being able to interact with all the technology that works to make our lives…

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Sketchnotes (3-4 min read)

I don’t know how many of you are familiar with it as a concept or even as a term but Sketchnoting is a great way to visualise and capture thinking, making sense of things and planning projects, presentations or even plot lines. I’m not an expert by any means but wanted to share my experience…

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