London IA announcement

 by Martin Belam, 23 October 2012

If you follow the London IA twitter account, have recently visited the website, or are a fan of the Facebook page, you’ll have seen this message:

“London IA is still on its holidays. As of now no plans to come back to work.


‘On Holiday until Further Notice’”

I thought I should post it on here as well, and I’d like to thank everyone who has given their time, effort and money over the years to help organise or talk at one of the London IA events.

London IA: Notes from the talks
Martin Belam, foreword by Ann McMeekin Carrier
London IA is a network of designers, information architects and thinkers. Since 2009 the group has been holding regular meetings featuring talks about UX, or of interest to UXers. This ebook is a compilation of my notes from those evenings, featuring talks by Andy Budd, Giles Colborne, Cennydd Bowles, Claire Rowland, Jason Mesut, Ben Bashford, Chris Heathcote, Dan Lockton, Relly Annett-Baker, Michael Blastland, Margaret Hanley and Richard Rutter amongst others. Topics covered range from ubicomp to psychology, from learning how to sketchnote to how to write a UX book, and how to improve digital design through diverse routes like copy-writing, designing for doubt, learning from music technology or taking care of typography.
London IA: Notes from the talks is available for Kindle for £2.47.

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