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    Makemedia Bitesize #8

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    On our Wired Sussex breakfast session on the Kano model, technical due-diligence in Washington DC and Elastic seminars.

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    Makemedia Bitesize #7

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    This week’s Bitesize post includes the new Loco Dojo game (featuring Brian Blessed), UX Camp Brighton and our advice on embracing digital transformation.

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    Makemedia Bitesize #6

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    The benefits of the Kano model, Brighton SEO conference, a sneak peek at Make Real’s new VR game and recommended reading.

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    Embracing Digital Transformation in 2017

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    Business as usual has changed. Creating ongoing value and growth in today’s technology led world requires greater attention to detail than ever. Many companies are collecting and storing large amounts of data, either around customer behaviour or relating to their business vertical. Grappling with, processing,… read more

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    Makemedia Bitesize #5

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    Prototyping animations using Principle, running retrospectives using Lean Coffee and making learning our lifelong habit.

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    Makemedia Bitesize #4

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    Wired Sussex Talent 2017 Skills Summit, data visualisation surveys and women rocking UX.

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    Makemedia Bitesize #3

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    Modelling complex systems, a trip to London’s Design Museum and Netflix’s Abstract series.

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    Makemedia Bitesize #2

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    As the team at Makemedia navigate the digital landscape we often find products, tools, websites & technologies that interest us and think will interest our… read more

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    Makemedia Bitesize #1

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    The first in an irregular series. As the team at Makemedia navigate the digital landscape we often find products, tools, websites & technologies that interest… read more

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