How a simple exercise in updating our Speaker Reimbursement Policy turned into a spider’s web of considerations.
It all started when I was helping at the UX in the City: Manchester conference in May of this year, with an entreaty from my colleague, Jacqui. “We need someone to do Thought of the Day – Jenna, you’re pretty arty, go on, you do it!” Jacqui’s one of those people who is so positive …Continue reading »
About the Code of Conduct we have today Conference codes of conduct have been a simmering hot topic for a good couple of years now (it’s 2017 as I write). I started working at Software Acumen in 2012. We created our first code of conduct in 2014 after many months of investigation including looking at …Continue reading »
Service Design in Government (SDinGov) is on the move! The information below is from a message we sent to our mailing list (including past participants) regarding SDinGov being held in Edinburgh in 2018: “We are delighted with how much our event has grown in the past four years but sadly we have outgrown our beloved …Continue reading »
Many of our participants’ unexpected favourite takeaway from our events is the added bonus of networking. They arrive often alone and leave with many new contacts and friends who may shape the way they work in the future. Making pre and post event networking easier for our participants is something we, as organisers, are always …Continue reading »