I’m experimenting with publishing weekly notes on what I’m working on, what I’ve been reading, and what’s captured my interest.
I’ve been working on a project for the past few months at GDS, looking at tools and services. Our first blog post about what we’ve been doing is likely to be out next week, so more on that soon.
As part of this work, I’ve just started experimenting with user stories and UX comics, using this library by Steve Cable. I’ll share what I’ve been working on in the next couple of weeks.
Since January, I’ve been tracking all the paper-bound books I’m reading this year, and the source: who recommended the book, and where the book came from. The project is into the final 4 months.
Finally, the TedXDerby 2016 team asked me to nominate a favourite tech video.
I spoke at the 2015 conference in April, on the theme of remade. The day was a fascinating experience, learning lots of new stuff from fellow speakers and people at the event. I’m looking forward to seeing what the team put together for 2016.
- The bookshop that sells only one book at a time
- Matt Webb on procrastination
- The Computer as a Communication Device – J.C.R. Licklider, 1968.
[photo: travelling on a 1950s Oxford bus]