Jeremy Murray-Wakefield

Jeremy Murray-Wakefield

User Experience for Enterprise Applications

With a career history spanning over thirty years of design and innovation, Jeremy has led user experience programmes for web, tablet and smartphone digital media design with international brands across retail, telecoms and utilities, as well as public sector programmes in police and healthcare.

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Jeremy’s career began in the music business as an award-winning chart music sound engineer before he switched career track to explore and develop the interactive relationships between people and digital technologies.

He became the leader of the specification team for the Psion Series 5 electronic personal organiser, and for the first Symbian Quartz smartphone, the Sony Ericsson P800, and later led the user interface design for Nokia’s first touchscreen phone, the Nokia 7710.

Jeremy has also written extensively for leading audio technology magazines, and has an in-depth practical knowledge of psycho-acoustics, signal processing, sound design and audio encoding.

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User Experience for Enterprise Applications

Burdette Theatre

Large multinational organisations understand the importance of user research when their target market is at stake. But how do you persuade them to adopt a similar level of interest in their own staff when developing tools that will only be used internally? In this talk I’ll be addressing the challenges that face the User Experience […]

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