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Love All the People: What UX Practitioners Can Learn from Bill Hicks
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| by Ian Fenn Follow 0 Followers on Mar 23, 2012 |

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Ian Fenn shares some techniques used by comedians and can be used in UX, starting with honesty. He concludes his session: “if you want to change the world, be prepared to knock over some tables.”

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Ian Fenn is an award-winning UX strategist recognized for intelligent and thoughtful interaction design. Ian has worked in UX for 15 years, designing for the Coca-Cola Company, Bank of America, BP, Aviva, Sapient, Virgin Media, M&C Saatchi, MRM Worldwide, Profero, Conchango, twentysix London, LexisNexis, Fortune Cookie, BT, Vodafone, UKTV, BBC Worldwide, Scientific American, and others.

UX Cambridge 2011 is organised by Software Acumen, based in Cambridge, England. We specialize in practical events for the software community.The event programme includes over 20 scheduled sessions from experienced UX practitioners as well as an 'open space' stream for unscheduled sessions from participants.

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