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Top 5 Books for UX Designers

Top 5 Books for UX Designers

Becoming a Clinical UX Designer after working as a doctor is no easy feat. I'm obviously not afraid of learning loads until the wee hours of the morning and sitting exams, but that was whilst I was a teenager. Then it became life long learning as I wanted to have...

How I became a Clinical User Experience Designer

How I became a Clinical User Experience Designer

It was a Monday morning in February 2015, and I was ready and eager to learn how to use Axure RP 7, a powerful prototyping tool. I was being taught by Dr Ritch Macefield, a UX Expert for over two decades, IT professional for three decades and CEO of Ax-Stream. He told...

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I just went to…The Future of the NHS – Part 1

I attend part one of a three part series looking at the future of the NHS. The event was arranged by Lead-In, a medical school society with the aim of teaching medical students and recent graduates about areas of healthcare delivery not conventionally covered within...

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