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The talks at the end of Day 1 of UX Scotland ranged from fear and loathing in London to doing UX in startups.
David Sloan went in-depth into considering accessibility, going from screen readers to accessibility design maturity to…moustaches?
Abi Reynolds spoke methodologies, UX research and emotional commitment to football based on her work at betting company Paddy Power.
Tin Kadoic went foraging into the thought processes of great chefs to find tips for creativity in UX.
His twitter handle is @partiallyblind, so it’s no surprise that Joshua Marshall is a strong advocate for accessibility. Luckily, GDS takes this seriously.
Aras Bilgen drew on his experience in a consultancy for financial services to share what he’s learnt when it comes to being a UXer dealing with financial services.
It’s tough being an ‘innie’. Lorraine Patterson and Mike Jefferson spoke of doing agile inhouse.
Chris Clarke’s talk about the Guardian football website was very much about the little team that could. If only England were so plucky.
Richard Ingram spoke at UX Scotland about the politics and purpose of maps, and how they can be used to surface UX issues stakeholders are unaware of.
Eewei Chen kicked off UX Scotland with notes on changing habits, addictive experiences, and conference calls in real life
In the lead up to UX Scotland 2014, I talked to speaker Tin Kadoic about UX in Croatia, and juggling industry, university, and community contributions.