Month: November 2011

Which of my papers received the most citations?

  After a year or two, I thought it was time to check on the citations of the papers I wrote during my doctorate. I used ISI Web of Knowledge to do this – which is a nifty little service.  You add in an author name and it gives you information on the number of…


Writing for the Web Course with Caroline Jarrett

On Friday 25th November, I will be attending Caroline Jarrett’s course on writing for the web, which is being held at the EBI. I don’t know about you, but I don’t tend to think enough before I write – so I’m hoping after this course I’ll have a neat check list of dos and don’t…


UX Cambridge 2011

      The first ever UX Cambridge conference is taking place on November 10-11th this year and I am thrilled to have been invited to speak at the event. The programme looks packed with interesting stuff, including a speed-sketching workshop session from some of my EBI colleagues (Francis Rowland and Antony Quinn).  My talk…


Witch gives UX talk at the EBI

  Yesterday was the first time I have ever presented a talk on UX dressed as a witch!  The talk was about how we propose to apply user-centered design processes internally at the EBI for a current project.  Several other groups were taking part, each giving talks on the day about different aspects of web…