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While Slideshare presentations can be light on words, many of the most important UX principles still come across through the visuals alone.
Here are some favourites from our internal staff and expert network...
As user research can help prioritise product requirements, and real-time interactions can be tracked for marketing insights, UX (or user experience) is increasingly important outside the coding circles of your office/business.
Whether you are new to product development and wireframing, or a reigning pro, this list of presentations and people to follow on Slideshare should be a great resource.
Chris Lake, Director of Product Development, Econsultancy
Chris often at shares interesting Slideshare finds via his Twitter account (@lakey).
Here's a couple of recent examples. First, "How to bridge the distance between business strategy and design" by The Brand Gap:
Trends in interactive design 2013, from Prophets Agency:
Nate Bolt, Researcher/Designer
Craig Sullivan, Group eBusiness Customer Experience Manager at BelronCraig is also an active Twitter user (@OptimiseOrDie) and part of our expert network. His presentation "Lean Optimisation" from SES London is a must see.
Simon Cast, Co-founder, Mind the Product
I'd recommend spending some time on their Slideshare profile as there are several great presentations on UX for skill levels and interests of all types.
I've picked a great one from a Product Tank session last year on "What UX people want from product managers" below.