If any of you fancy coming to a film night on tuesday (9th June) in Brighton (UK), you are most welcome.
dug up an old copy of "The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces" - it's a
documentary by William H Whyte, a US researcher who carried out some
really interesting observational studies in the early '70s, looking
into why certain city plazas and squares are popular spots, and why
others aren't. Aside from the immediate link to urban planning, there
are broader implications that can be drawn regarding architecture in
the digital world and the facilitation of social interaction. (More
info here: http://uxbrighton.org.uk/
It's going to be small, friendly and informal. Come along and we can discuss the finer points over a pint.
When: 6.45pm, this tuesday (9th June)
Where: The eagle, Brighton (http://is.gd/NzKv
Price: Free, but please book your seat: http://is.gd/NzNp
User Experience Consultant