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Alice Vaughan

 Talking about: Turning Empty Space into an Opportunity

Having previously worked for a number of cultural institutions and galleries, I co-founded the non-profit arts organisation Specs Gallery in 2011, and am now the Head of Communications at the charity 3Space. Likes include: budget airlines, new camera lenses and London transport. Dislikes include: people standing on the left of the escalator, wonky picture frames and people who say ‘Dahhhling‘.

Find Alice on Twitter: @__wonderland__

Luke Murphy

Talking about: Desire Paths

Short Bio: Luke once designed and built a site on GeoCities. Since then, he’s designed and built things for folks including British Council, Microsoft, O2, Official London Theatre, FT.com and Pearson. In his spare time he tinkers with music at Early Doors Disco, plays guitar in Castle Radio and occasionally chases ghosts with the help of the folks of Twitter.

Find Luke on Twitter: @lurkmoophy


Matt Gifford

Talking about: The Need For S.P.E.E.D. (How to lose project fatigue)

Matt Gifford is an RIA developer from Cambridge, England, who specializes in ColdFusion and mobile application development, and is the owner and primary primate at his own consultancy company, monkehWorks Ltd.
As an Adobe Community Professional and Adobe User Group manager (Hertfordshire, UK), Matt is a keen proponent for community resources and sharing knowledge.
A regular presenter at national and international conferences and online meetings, Matt also contributes articles and tutorials to international industry magazines, and maintains his blog at www.mattgifford.co.uk, and is the author of “Object-Oriented Programming in ColdFusion and “PhoneGap Mobile Application Development Cookbook”.

Find Matt on Twitter: @coldfumonkeh




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Tom is the newest member of the uBelly writing team. He comes from a journalism background and is fascinated by issues surrounding creative design and the user experience

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