Front End London - March 2014

Last week I attended my first Front-End London of 2014. This months edition saw talks from Daniel Grant, Adam Rogers and Tim Ruffles. Before we kicked off we had a Google Hangout with FEL founder Chris Bell who took off for the US a few months ago. It didn't exactly…

UX Camp London - Spring 2014

Last Saturday (22nd March, 2014) was the first of two UX Camp London's this year! Returning again to Central Foundation Boys' School, over 200 people turned up for a full day of UX goodness. It's the sixth time it's run and the second time we've put it together. We had…

GeekyScience: Ice & Fire

GeekyScience is our monthly science exploration event. Each month we explore a different scientific theme and bring in some fantastic experts to talk about what they're working on. This month we explored the realms of Ice & Fire (an obvious Game of Thrones reference)! The History of Fireworks by Simon…

Digital Pond - September 2013

Something I've been meaning to go to for a little while now is The Digital Pond meet-up. A monthly UX Meet from the guys over at Cyber-Duck. I particularly wanted to go to this edition as Sandi Wassmer was talking, a very interesting person who I'd not yet had the…

HACKED: Learn, Build, Share

Between July the 20th-21st, a reported 499 developers descended on the Indigo2 for a two day hack day, HACKED. I was person number 500 and to call myself a developer at the time was a laughable thing to do. Hacked has been several years in the making with a strong…

Front-End London ~ November

All good things must come to an end and so unfortunately for me this is the last Front-End London of 2013! But it's a good-un, with three great talks from S├ębastien Cevey, Ian Feather and Alex Roche. How to electrocute yourself with an Arduino and the internet by Alex…