I looked back at my blog of this time last year, and interestingly June was exactly as it is now – extremely rainy and damp in the UK with all the great British events being a bit of a wash out. For us as a company this June has been a great month and things are looking to get even better, not just because the Olympic torch is passing by our office in a few weeks time!
Our events calendar
We have kicked off our events calendar with a series of mobile user experience roundtables designed to deliver innovation and knowledge sharing in mobile design. We brought together some great brands from Lloyds TSB, Cheapflights and BlackRock, to Reiss, Virgin Media and St John Ambulance for some really enlightening discussions on mobile user experience and best practice design. Thanks to everyone who attended for making it such a great series of events!
Sorry if you missed it! We will be announcing our next series of roundtables soon so keep an eye on our twitterfeed to hear about it first! If there is a customer experience related topic you’d like us to cover then drop us an email at email@example.com to request your topic area!
Our work and teams
We have won some brilliant multichannel contracts this month with some great clients, we’re working on a lot of creative user experience work across industries and have been delivering international testing projects.
With all of that work in the pipeline we have increased our UX consulting team, our commercial team, and brought on board a new programme manager to ensure the smooth delivery of our large projects and internal processes. And we aren’t stopping there, we are currently recruiting for a visual designer!
The visual designer role is a brilliant position working as a core part of our consulting team delivering innovative, insight-led graphics for websites, intranets, mobile touchpoints, in-store interactive devices - anything digital. Coming in to our UX family you will work for our head of design & interaction adding an aesthetically leading edge that will bring our user experience design work to life. Sound interesting to you? Check out the visual designer job role and send us your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
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