The highlight of this week has been the trip to Warsaw and the incredible welcoming we got from the organisers and the Polish IA Summit. Being away for a couple of days has meant less work on byflock during that time, but new friends and some time to reflect.
Today the organisers of the Polish IA Summit took us to the Warsaw Rising museum. It’s not often that a museum moves you to tears, but this did and it reminded me of something important that I want to make happen.
There is a longer post that I’ve intended to write on the device aspect of my talk. However, that’s for another time. Instead what I wanted to write about in this post was the ‘Designing for everyone’ aspect as it’s related to what we’re working on.
Around 6pm this evening I arrived in Warsaw, my first time in Poland. Since then I’ve spent the evening over at the Polish IA Summit drinks, which were in the venue you see above, and it’s been absolutely wonderful.
Tomorrow I’m off to Poland for the Polish IA Summit where I’ll speak on Friday about designing for a diverse target audience and multiple devices.
Every now and then the to do list piles up. Having it hang over you makes getting out of bed in the morning that little bit less exciting and, somehow, it makes getting things done a little bit harder too. But when you get on top of it, it’s a wonderful feeling.
The other day I was talking to one of my brothers on Skype and we were chatting about plans for the summer. As we talked I started creating a picture in my head of how lovely it would be to have some time off from freelancing during the summer and be able to concentrate on