Mobile UX London (MUXL 2017) prepares to take over the capital by storm

Mobile UX London (MUXL 2017) prepares to take over the capital by storm

London, UK – With the fast approaching UX mobile event, creators and innovators working at UX, Product, Mobile, Design & Development prepare to provide ideas and opportunities in this sector today.
Mobile UX London 2017 (MUXL 2017) will see a myriad of expert speakers engaging the event audience at Oxford Circus’ De Vere West One on November 10th.

 

Facilitate a full day of learning and networking through quality presentations and workshops – from a range of star companies like Google, Airbnb, IBM Aviva, Railways, Standard Life and more – this conference is set to shift from strength to strength in the third year .

With Intuit Jiri Jerábek’s main event host and designer Intuit Jiri Jerábek starting the process at 9:30, the event will cover all aspects of UX and mobile – including how Internet Things has put people on all new interactions, how to design interactions with AI / bots on top of the app and how virtual reality will change our interaction with the technology itself.

With a dynamic range of 20 speakers including Senior UX Designer at Samsung, Julian Caraulani and provide practical workshops provided by the likes of Tom Stewart from Webcredible, the topic covers the challenges facing mobile UX and how to capitalize on growing trends.

Founder Naveed Ratansi states, “Every year MUXL draws a diverse mix of UX, Design and Product practitioners from across the UK and Europe, facilitating the opportunity to learn, connect, and grow.All the essential components you need to push your career forward.”

For those who want to join MUXL 2017 and its leaders from various companies, agencies, and beginners as they plunge into the most relevant topics on UX today, time is essentially because ticket tickets will run quickly.

Former U.S. prosecutors: Despite White House statements, Russian probe is just beginning

Former U.S. prosecutors: Despite White House statements, Russian probe is just beginning
White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders insists that she expects Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election “to conclude soon,” after two indictments were handed down and a guilty plea was filed on Monday.

However, two former U.S. prosecutors are saying those developments suggest the very opposite: That things are just getting going.

Commentary: Do not get your hopes up about Mueller
“We are at the beginning,” former Assistant U.S. Attorney Julie Myers Wood told CBS News Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett and political director Steve Chaggaris on this week’s episode of “The Takeout.”

 

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“We’re at the bottom of the second inning of a long game,” Wood’s husband, former U.S. Attorney John Wood added.

 

“I think that people at the White House ought to be nervous. ”

Meanwhile, President Trump insists that he’s not the target of Mueller’s investigation and that Monday’s charges “have nothing to do with us.” He told the New York Times Wednesday, “I do not even investigate, as you know.

But, John Wood points out, “We do not know if he’s being investigated,” adding that because Mueller’s team has not leaked very much to reporters, there’s a lot we do not know about the investigation. And if the president is not being investigated, that does not mean he will not be roped into the investigation itself, Wood said.

“In terms of whether the president will have to testify, my guess would be that he will end up testifying in some form. up being a witness to something that would be of interest concerning the campaign. “