I love what I do and and speaking at conferences about product strategy, UX, psychology and product design makes me happy. I also run workshops too, on Psychology for Product Design & UX and Jobs to be Done.

If you’d like me to speak or run a workshop at your conference or workplace please get in touch.

Email: joe@mrjoe.ukLinkedIn: Joe LeechTwitter: @mrjoe

Making Better Product Decisions with Jobs to be Done

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Most recently given at Mind the Product Engage Manchester in Feb 2020

In this MTP Engage Manchester 2020 talk, using a simple example, I demonstrate how we can employ the Jobs to be Done (JTBD) framework, deconstructing how we build products and showing how true innovation is hiding in plain sight.

Psychology and product design: the interaction and the experience

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Most recently given at Mind the Product London, October 2018 and Smashing Conf, San Fransisco in April 2018

How to Design with Science and not destroy the magic

Slides for ‘How to Design with Science and not destroy the Magic’ on Slideshare

Most recent: Smashing Conf NYC, June 2017, UX Hong Kong and Smashing Conf, Barcelona. Given first at DotYork and then expanded for Yggdrasil.

The Psychology of Decision Making

Given at The Conference, Malmo.

Forms are Boring

Slides for ‘Forms are Boring’ on Slideshare

Given at NUX2, Manchester, UK, Future of Web Design, London UK, Bathcamp, Bath, UK

Even more Previous Talks

Five Tips to Speak to an International University User Audience

The Consequences of UX

UX past, present and future

Psychology for designers or 3 predictions from psychology for the future of web design

Using UX to Change Company Culture

UX and ROI: What to measure and what to expect