Usability in public administration, Budapest

Yesterday I gave a talk at a conference about user research and usability in the public sector.  It was organised by the energetic people at UX Budapest and the National University of Public Service in Budapest, as a part of World Usability Day 2015. I was there representing GDS and the work that I do as a part of the user research team there.

Here’s a bit more information. I might get around to putting my slides online, but for now, here’s a grainy, night-time photo of the lovely Danube.


Road cycling, check.

I’ve been training since April, riding tens of miles most weekends, and it paid off. I managed to cycle all the way to the Suffolk coast, I did the Dunwich Dynamo! Five flat tyres was pretty unlucky though! Maybe I should try again next year and try and beat my time?