Dear Diary…

Hello and thank you for visiting my UX Diary. This is my first post… so let me tell you a little bit about why I’m here…

This is a space for me to showcase my current projects, write about interesting things that have caught my eye, share tips and engage with fellow UX-ers, who may have their own stories to tell.

My UX Diary is exactly that – a diary. I kept one when I was younger and I’d like to think I could deliver some interesting tales now, too. This site contains my personality and projects all rolled up into one, so take a look around and find out more!

My personal diaries were always learning projects – I would write, re-write, change the colour of my pens, change the way I wrote things on the page – joined up, not joined up.. well, now I’m older, I realise that most things in life are learning projects. Except, for this kind, I don’t have to rip out a page if I want to change the way things look or evaluate what I’ve learned.

So of course, I want to know what you think (I work in UX!). Please feel free to drop me a message about anything and everything. Tell me what you love about my site, what’s annoying you about it…or what you think I might be missing. If you have any interesting ideas for content, want to ask me any questions, work together or ask me to explain something in a different way, let me know. You can find out more about me and the site on my ‘About’ Page, or cut straight to the chase and connect with me via my ‘Contact’ page.

So…welcome to a diary you won’t be told off for reading!

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