All posts by Interact Guest Author

Q&A with Usman Sheikh; Global Head of Design & Experimentation; Barclaycard Future Payments

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26th September 2016
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Q&A with Usman Sheikh; Global Head of Design & Experimentation; Barclaycard Future Payments

Usman Sheikh is a highly experienced leader in design, customer experience and digital strategy. Currently the Global Head of Design & Experimentation Barclaycard Future Payments, he is one of many fantastic design leaders speaking at Interact London on 18 & 19 October.

Wearing Your Heart on Your Interface

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17th August 2016
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Wearing Your Heart on Your Interface

Pamela Pavliscak delves into the Internet of Emotionally Intelligent Things and discusses current emotional digital life, design with feeling and the future with new emotionally intelligent design.

S=R/E or How I’ve Learned to Let Go of Delight

Published
13th July 2016
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S=R/E or How I’ve Learned to Let Go of Delight

Stephen Hawking, in writing the introduction to “A Brief History of Time” reported the long-standing folk rule about science writing for lay audiences: Sales cut in half for every equation he introduced in his book. Two things about that: A) I can’t find any authoritative source for the original notion and 2) what does that mean for this article when the title is an equation?

Why Macmillan loves UX

Published
27th July 2015
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Why Macmillan loves UX

Interact London speaker and Head of Digital at Macmillan Cancer support, Amanda Neylon talks us through how UX helps bring support to those who need it most.

Gone responsive? Great! You’re halfway there. | by Jan Fagernas

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22nd June 2015
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Gone responsive? Great! You’re halfway there. | by Jan Fagernas

With the world so in love with their mobile devices, the discipline of responsive design has taken centre stage. But, as you may have guessed from the title of this post, simply responsifying (is that a word?) may not be enough. We need to think about the user’s context.