I gave a talk at Twitter's first annual Global Design Day about writing: Why I Write (How You Can Too!), with tips and tricks to getting inspired and getting started. Here's a blog post I wrote up based on that talk.
I've been working with a team of coworkers on the next Twitter Women in UX event on 5/13. I'm excited to host a wonderful group of designers and researchers from FitBit, Kohl's, and others for an intimate discussion of women in UX managing their careers.
Join us at Twitter on May 13, 2015. [Update: We are now sold out!]
Yesterday I spoke with Beth Lingard, Jessica Stanell, and Kate McGunigal at StubHub about the importance of building customer empathy, and some tips for how to do it. Another stellar, all female UX panel -- very happy to be a part of it.
I'm participating in Sketchtober at LinkedIn. If you've never done it before, it's a simple, fun commitment to creating one sketch a day for the month of October. I did a similar exercise just for kicks back in April as part of my one habit a month experiment and loved it. I'll share sketches at month's end. Join in and feel free to share your sketches, too.
Since publishing How and Why to do a Life Audit, many people have reached out wondering whether I’m available for life audit workshops, sessions, and 1:1s.
If you are interested in joining a group workshop, bringing a life audit session to a party or event, or participating in a 1:1 life audit session, you can get in touch with me here.