Hi Peter -
I just wanted to reach out to you to say thanks for reaching out to us
about your journey to understand business jargon such as the word
I think it comes to us from reality TV. It's not enough to be able to
sing or cook, you have personal difficulties in your past that can be
mined for pathos: your 'journey'.
ps. Just be careful not to 'reach out' while 'leaning in'; you're
liable to fall over and hurt yourself. Which might well become part of
your personal journey.
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Sent:Tue, 12 Dec 2017 12:13:00 +1100
Subject:atw: Re: New UX training
Must be feeling crotchety this morning, but given that....
Do we have have to have everyone going on a "journey" anytime they
just do something ? From where to where? By which means of
Sorry. Metaphors rendered into cliches sound like BS, look like BS,
smell like BS...
On 9 December 2017 at 20:17, D wrote:
Want to give a thumbs up to a startup UX design training company,
Was at a one-day UX design workshop in Sydney today - maybe 20
attended. We covered some theory of the customer journey for most of
the morning then later got into designing a mobile app, ideation and
devising problems and solutions, sketching app screens, and
interviewing each other. A good teaser workshop for their longer UX
design course next year, which I'll likely attend. They also train in
virtual reality and augmented reality design. I think they'll give
existing UX trainers a run for their money because their costs are