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31 minutes | Jul 20, 2019
Exercise in Virtual Reality, Part 3
Chris Ross returns to the show to discuss skill building and muscle memory in VR. We asked ourselves if training in VR translates to tangible skill in the real world. The answers may surprise you!
30 minutes | May 12, 2019
Shinjuku Phoenix: A Story of Rebirth and Neon Mystery
Traveling to Japan changed his entire world view. This is a story of compassion, vulnerability, and rebirth. Follow along as Aubrey rediscovers his core passion while adventuring down alleys of neon mystery in Tokyo.
33 minutes | Jan 31, 2019
Disrupt Your Life
Junior software engineer Mimi Chenyao joins the show to share her story of uprooting her life to move across the country to work at a startup.
31 minutes | Jul 15, 2018
Stories of Synchronicity
Emily Dutch, author and world traveler, joins the show to share stories about her master plan, ten years in the making. She stopped by our San Francisco studio on her way to Bali and beyond, on her quest to embrace synchronicity in all forms. A one-way ticket to the rest of your life!
34 minutes | Jun 24, 2018
Exercise in Virtual Reality, Part 2
Chris Ross returns to the show for a second round of verbal sparring, from muay thai training to shadowboxing. With BoxVR and Beat Saber and a heathy dose of mindfulness, you can see dramatic improvements in your skill. These games offer a compelling example of coaching techniques applied to a training routine in virtual reality. The real world results speak for themselves.
37 minutes | May 20, 2018
Exercise in Virtual Reality, Part 1
Chris Ross joins the show to talk about the intersection of exercise with virtual reality computing. BeatSaber is quickly becoming the best game in the Oculus Rift marketplace, since its release in early May 2018. We ask and answer the question: why buy VR hardware instead of a gym membership?
20 minutes | Oct 28, 2017
Time Traveling Wearables
This is a story about the complexities of synchronizing time across connected devices, the perils of getting it wrong, and some theories on why system clocks suddenly change sometimes.
27 minutes | Sep 30, 2017
CityHiker: Adventures with Reactive Extensions
Aubrey tells a tale of building the CityHiker app and how adoption of Reactive Extensions helped accelerate development by focusing on user experience.
3 minutes | Jun 25, 2016
Cold Open for Startup Bus 2016
After almost 2yrs apart, Aubrey and Justin warm up for the show over the perfect coffee for a Saturday morning in San Francisco: extra boozy.
32 minutes | Jun 4, 2016
Startup Bus 2016
Justin Davis returns to the show after 2yrs to chat about his experience as a conductor on the Florida Startup Bus. A new flock of entrepreneurs pitch new ideas focused on the restaurant industry. Augmented/virtual reality training, AI-enabled hiring systems, and much more.
42 minutes | May 29, 2015
The Increasing Role of Design in Business
This week, special guest and user experience researcher, Melissa Hui, joins the show to talk about the ROI of design and how creativity and ideation play an increasing role in business.
29 minutes | May 19, 2015
Digital Prospecting: Speculation on Tools of the Future
Will the tools of tomorrow look anything like the tools of the past? Will developers and designers continue to build distinctly different native apps for various platforms? Or will we see a resurgence of browser-based mobile apps? What does the future hold for interactivity? In this episode, we ponder these questions.
30 minutes | May 2, 2015
Apple Watch: Who Watches the Watchmen?
Take apart the Apple Watch experience, and drill down to its core essence. You'll find more questions than answers. How do people feel about it? How will it change our world? Too soon to say.
4 minutes | May 2, 2015
Cold Open for Apple Watch: Who Watches the Watchmen?
Warming up for a great conversation about Apple Watch and wrist-based interactivity, Aubrey surprises Charles with an over-the-top Batman voice.
31 minutes | Apr 4, 2015
A Dash of Detergent, On Demand
After several weeks of delays, we're back with a discussion of Amazon Dash, the latest on-demand service from your favorite online retailer. Ripe with fresh commentary about the evolution of the shopping cart in the 21st century, this episode is sure to deliver great value and more than a few laughs.
30 minutes | Mar 5, 2015
In this technical episode, we dig into the tools of the trade for UI designers. Whether you're on a distributed team spread across the globe or a small focused team in the same office, the tools you use fundamentally affect the process and the results. Choose wisely.
30 minutes | Feb 6, 2015
Accessible Wearable Technology
With the release of the Raspberry Pi 2.0 this week, it has never been easier to get into wearable technology. In this episode, we discuss the vast options available to the modern hobbyist.
30 minutes | Jan 22, 2015
Game of Drones
In a world of food-delivering drones, with occasional news of yet another drone-based missile strike in a war zone, can we find middle ground for recreational personal ownership? Is commercial regulation plausible? Or is the risk of collateral damage too great to achieve balance through legislation? And what exactly do you call a group of drones, anyway?
5 minutes | Jan 22, 2015
Cold Open for Game of Drones
Warming up for recording the Game of Drones episode.
78 minutes | Jan 21, 2015
UX Cage Match 1 - Skeuomorphism vs Flat Design
In this inaugural event by Experience Design Guild, we invite members from our community to engage in heated philosophical debate. The goal is to represent skeuomorphism or flat design as a preferred solution in a set of scenarios. Each scenario offers a unique perspective on this age-old battle. Special thanks to Anki for hosting and providing great food and beer!
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