Check out recordings of my talks, from advocating for Women in Tech on Channel Five to Accessibility at TalkUX.
Speaking with Steve Portigal, I present my Research War Story from my time spent with refugees in The Jungle camp.
A kick ass journalist found me on Twitter through my work with CodeFirst:Girls and invited me to advocate for women in tech on the Channel Five News.
I was invited to be part of Andy Parker's discussion on finding a UX mentor, throught the Designer Hangout Slack team. Here we talk about what a mentor is, why everyone in tech wants one, and what a mentorship is.
In May 2016 I was announced as one of 25 amazing women in technology, on the Ones to Watch List. Here is my interview with We Rock Tech, about my journey and adventures being part of the technology industry.
Moving into the UX discipline has made me really want to share the fact it's not tied to one discipline. Here I talk about how developers can drive the experience of their product.
As one of the previous leading people on the HerStory project, I was invited to be on EmpowerHack's panel for their London hackathon. Here I explain the UX challenges we're facing when designing apps for refugees.
Back in March 2015, I spoke alongside Rebecca Topps at the Ladies that UX conference; Talk UX. We spoke about accessibility, comparing and contrasting the needs of those with impairments and cultural differences.
I'm available for speaking! Ping me an email with details of your meetup and idea, and I'll get back to you.
UX Crunch August 2018
UX Oxford July 2018
User Research London June 2017
Django Girls 17th June 2017
User Research London 16th June 2017
User Research London 16th June 2016
Ladies that UX London 17th February 2017
Agile Reed, Covent Garden 18th October 2016
Ladies that UX London 26th May 2016
Women Hack for Non-Profits 27th April 2016
Stop Talking. Start Doing. 30th April 2015
Ladies that UX Manchester 12th February 2015
Bar Camp Manchester 18th October 2014
Manchester Java Community 28th May 2014
Manchester Metropolitan University and IEEE 30th January 2014