Matt Isherwood

UX design consultant & instructor

Data-Driven UX Design book cover

Stop designing by guesswork

My new hands-on guide is out now! All the information is here and I’m happy for you to try before you buy. Pop your email in below and I’ll send you the first 11 pages of the book.

Come to my UX design workshops in London

Data-driven UX design on a budget

Next on 12 November 2015
Workshop with General Assembly London

This class demystifies the buzz around metrics, analytics, and data. Often times, there is excessive data and reporting; this class shows you how you don’t need masses of numbers to find the data to improve your designs.

This workshop will demonstrate how to make actionable design decisions based on quantitative and qualitative data from free to use products like Optimizely, Google Analytics,, and more.

Key UX principles for ecommerce sites

Next on 18 November 2015
Class with General Assembly London

Today, more and more retailers are moving their businesses to the digital sphere. With platforms readily available, it’s easier than ever to set up an online store—but there are a few key design principles that when utilised can help set your online business apart and achieve market success.

In this 90-minute class, we’ll take a closer look at ecommerce and the essential UX tips around it.

Designing your first wireframes

Next on 25 November 2015
Workshop with General Assembly London

This workshop—ideal for web designers and product managers starting out with wireframing—covers the basics of how to use Omnigraffle and the benefits of wireframing and how you can use it to get quick, actionable results.

Read my articles on lean, data-driven & remote UX design

How to do a complete mobile guerrilla user test in under half a day

Here's how I carry out an end-to-end guerrilla user test, including preparation time, running the test, and importantly analysing the results. In under four hours.

Mobile usability 5: aesthetic and minimalist design

A look at examples of mobile apps that effectively use minimalist design to enhance their usability.

Learnings from writing my first book

A retrospective on the long and winding process of writing a design/tech book for the first time and the seven lessons I learned along the way.

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