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the conference for web students

expertise: UX design

Andy began his career at Message, a small design studio in Brighton. Here Andy honed his skills as a visual designer and front-end developer. It was during this time that Andy was a major contributor to the pioneering Web Standards movement, culminating in his best selling book, CSS Mastery.

At Clearleft, Andy’s experience and understanding of what makes a successful digital project finds him providing advice and strategic consultancy to clients, as well as planning and troubleshooting projects with the Clearleft team.

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Charlotte Jackson

Charlotte Jackson

Charlotte first started tinkering with the web in 2009, but her interest really flourished during her studies for a Digital Media degree at the University of Brighton.

Charlotte works with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, learning new technologies and techniques, while considering their effects on performance and accessibility.

James has been with Clearleft since 2006, his speciality being digital product design, heavily flavoured by UX and Lean thinking.

At Clearleft, James’s work includes a fundamental change in direction andresponsive redesign for Channel 4 News. New product development, from early vision through strategy to implementation, of Channel 4’s Scrapbook service. New product development, UX and interaction design for Family Nest; and interaction design and prototyping for the What Car? Car Chooser. For Family Investments, James led a cross-disciplinary team through conception, design and front end build; and for NBC Universal he created a framework and architecture for four international channel rebrands (Syfy, Diva, Universal Channel, 13th Street).

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Trine Falbe has been working professionally with Internet related things since 2001. She currently teaches UX, interaction design, interface design, (web related) communication and presentation skill training at the Multimedia Designer Program in Esbjerg, Denmark. Alongside her teaching, she occasionally works on (mostly digital) projects as a UX consultant. She has spoken at various conferences in Europe about UX and presentation skills.