Featured in The Guardian

The Guardian UXWhat better way to start the year than a guest appearance in The Guardian!

They seem to have cut the photo in a way that looks like my head’s been chopped off, so erm, just ignore that and read what I say instead 🙂

Read the article and check out my chopped off head on the guardian.co.uk >>>

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