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Sync the City is a 54 hour startup event, where individuals pitch ideas and the final 10 pitchers then get to pick a team and build that idea into a launchable startup! Sync Norwich (the organisers) compare this to a combination of an episode of The Apprentice and an episode of Dragon’s Den… I’m inclined to agree.
To many, graphic design and UX design could be considered quite similar. Now I’ve had my foot in both camps, is the above true or are they actually very different?
When I started as a UX researcher at The User Story, the research part of it was the least of my worries. Throughout my degree and masters in psychology, I had conducted countless studies, both qualitative and quantitative. I was used to gathering scientific data so doing research that I’d been told just has to ‘be good enough’ should be easy right?
Recently I took part in Sync The City, an event where you form a team and have 54 hours to build and launch a startup for fun or profit.
You can’t read any business publication, blog or LinkedIn feed at the moment without running into a wild load of nonsense about GDPR. The truth is, if you handle customer data correctly at the moment, there’s probably not much you need to do.
My first trip with Norwegian was a good one. My expectations began low as the flight was so cheap; I was expecting a long haul version of Ryanair.
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