• how I used UX principles to organise my wardrobe

    by  • 7 May 2015 • 0 Comments


    The basis of User Experience is “who is the user” and “what do they need”. I have applied these principles to my wardrobe. Here’s how. primary wardrobe usage: getting dressed for what the day holds I use my wardrobe for getting dressed in the mornings, and for putting clothes away in the evenings (or...

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    13 things I have done since 1st January 2015

    by  • 27 April 2015 • 0 Comments


    There have been no recent blog updates, and that is because I’ve had a very busy – and preoccupied – start to 2015! When I say “busy”: since January 1st I have: Flown to Athens for a weekend to celebrate my dad’s 80th Birthday. We had a great time, with coffee by the seaside...

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    7 books I would re-read from my 2014 bookshelf

    by  • 16 January 2015 • 1 Comment

    When you take advantage of every opportunity to whip out a kindle rather than a mobile phone, you end up reading a decent amount. In 2014, I read 31 books. You’ll need to scroll inside the box below to see them all. The white frame contains links to my books collection which I curate...

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