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London IA is a podcast for user experience designers, information architects and interaction designers featuring conversation and debate with designers in London and beyond.
||#5: Cennydd Bowles||London IA talks with Cennydd Bowles in a wide-ranging conversation covering moving beyond user experience design, developing as a visual designer, freelancing, writing and conference speaking. Hosted by Matthew Solle and Andrew Travers. Produced by Will Myddelton and Matthew Solle.||21-4-2012||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||Special Edition: IA Summit 2012||Recorded at the IA Summit 2012 in New Orleans, Giles Colborne talks with Jared Spool, Dan Brown, Dana Chisnell, Angela Colter, Stephen Anderson, Veronica Erb and Karl Fast in this special edition of the London IA Podcast.||2-4-2012||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||#4: Giles Colborne||London IA chats to Giles Colborne, managing director of CX Partners and author of Simple and Usable about his career in design, the evolution of UX, writing, the role of conferences, and distraction and delight in design.||28-3-2012||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||#3: Lou Rosenfeld||Few of us would be where we are in our field without the contribution of Lou Rosenfeld, our guest this month. He talks about his upcoming October workshops in London, his new book on Search Analytics, and looks back at how far UX has come since the Polar Bear book.||26-9-2011||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||#2: Mags Hanley||This month, the London IA podcast is on the road, talking with Mags Hanley about her career in information architecture; working with the BBC, the Web Technology Group and more; the evolution of UX management and mentoring, and her upcoming keynote at this year's Euro IA.||6-7-2011||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|
||#1: Martin Belam||In conversation with London IA's Matthew Solle, Martin Belam, lead user experience and information architect at The Guardian newspaper talks about the future of news, working in a large media organisation, his prolific blogging and just how he made the journey from working in a Soho record shop to information architect.||17-5-2011||Gratis||Bekijk in iTunes|