Thanks to all that came along to my talk yesterday on the topic of ‘Information Chunking’ – where I told two stories relating to users memory during key journeys.

I’m glad to have saved my embarrassment by proving that Millers Law really does work in practice! I asked the audience to memorise 16 words and according to Millers Law as humans we can remember a maximum of 7+2 (9). The highest anyone in the room could remember was 7 so this proved the theory!

I based my talk on a blog I had written on Medium which you can read here.

UX Camp is a great venue for meeting like-minded UX professionals and in a collaborative manor sharing ideas and concepts.


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