MiniFFC #14 in pictures: lean UX, lean coffee

MiniFFC #14 in pictures: lean UX, lean coffee

Quite a few things happened with this month’s MiniFFC, despite having only two general agenda initially—a classic example of being concise but meaty, perhaps?

MiniFFC #14 panorama by Ely

First up: Lean UX. We did Lean Startup last month, and here the focus is on user experience in a lean environment.

MiniFFC #14 banner

photo by redelbautista

Attended #miniffc this evening with @sheiladelacruz. Learned a lot. #webdesign #ux #leanstartup #mobile #responsive — redelbautista

Besides returning to our favorite venue, the TechBar at Exist, we also reinstated the livestream (in this case because Regnard, who’s actually migrated to Canada already, requested it). It was just unfortunate it didn’t get recorded.

It did, however, capture what turned out to be an earthquake that rocked Ortigas and a few other cities.

Have a 6-second Vine instead? “Learning over growth.”

We got tweet-in questions too.

Next: Lean Coffee turned out to be a hit! Which is great, since this is closer to the original format we envisioned for the MiniFFCs: barcamp-style. We got more than a dozen topics to be voted on, and the top three were discussed by the likes of Allan, JP, Gino, Sarah, Mark, Ely, OJ: Responsive Web Design, Mobile App User Experience, and Web Designers as Startup Founders.

You can view the complete list here, which we’ll probably revisit in future MiniFFCs.

And that’s a wrap!!! :) #miniffc — marics_uchida

And that's a wrap!!! :) #miniffc

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