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UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012
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UX & Product Management: UX Camp Brighton 2012

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Probably won't make much sense without a transcript, but talk was about the difference between product managers and UXers and how they can work together more effectively.

Probably won't make much sense without a transcript, but talk was about the difference between product managers and UXers and how they can work together more effectively.

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