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32 minutes | Apr 12, 2017
How Successful Organizations Listen to Customers and Create New Products Continuously
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 18 How Successful Organizations Listen to Customers and Create New Products Continuously Jeff Gothelf, author and UX practitioner, talks about his new book Sense and Respond: How Successful Organizations Listen to Customers and Create New Products Continuously. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
41 minutes | Feb 9, 2017
How to Construct and Analyse Usability Tests
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 17 How to REALLY Construct & Analyse Usability Tests Shefik Bey, Co-Founder of Loop11 & U1 Group, is a recognized expert in usability & a passionate advocate for UX. In this episode of The UX Blog Podcast, Shefik is keen to share the success metrics researchers should really be tracking and, debunk some common pitfalls UX practitioners encounter. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
35 minutes | Jan 23, 2017
Go Faster: UX as a Business Strategy
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 16 Go Faster: UX as a Business Strategy Mariah Hay is the VP of User Experience for Pluralsight, an online subscription based education provider for the technology community. As a thought leader in human-centered design and user experience strategy Mariah enjoys working with teams whose goal is to craft excellence for the end user. Her experience with industrial and interaction design teams serving high-level stakeholders reflects her personal goals of directing business through design excellence from the ground up. Her expertise in implementing human-centered design product practices at the enterprise level stems from over a decade of tenure in the industry including teaching at Savannah College of Art and Design, Directing UX for Universal Mind, and serving as Director of User Experience AMC Health. In this episode of The UX Blog Podcast Mariah discusses UX as a driver behind business strategy and how everyone can be responsible for user experience. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
57 minutes | Jan 12, 2017
From Old School Holdouts to Digital Natives
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 15 From Old School Holdouts to Digital Natives Chris Nordling made his first website in 1995, making him rather long in the tooth for a UX practitioner. In those years he's seen how people are introduced to new UI conventions, which conventions are universal and which ones are generation specific. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
41 minutes | Dec 20, 2016
Design Thinking to Build a Design-Driven Company
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 14 Design Thinking to Build a Design-Driven Company Andrea is a Designer, Mentor, Evangelist at Sony Mobile. Formerly at Samsung, Nokia and Virgin Media. In this episode we talk about how we can use design thinking to nurture a design-driven organisation. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
26 minutes | Dec 6, 2016
UX Culture & Enterprise Companies as Small Firms
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 13 UX Culture & Enterprise Companies as Small Firms In this episode Ben and Mark, founders of Fuzzy Math, discuss the following topics: Building a UX culture for your clients Study/research your clients. Understand their needs and motivators. Customize the process We generally do it as part of a design project, not stand-alone. Demonstrates value. Teach them by showing and doing: Specifically teach them the ask the right questions. Generally want to cancel research or not pay for it. Be flexible with your approach Why enterprise companies turn to small firms to solve their problems Speed - We get dropped int complex ecosystem and deliver immediately. No overhead. No "account" people. Our designers talk directly to our client Niche/focus - One thing and do it well. Can trust that. Client is Tech-focused - No design, need a full time Client is sales/procurement focused - Not talking to end user at any time (lot of steps between the the user and the decision maker) Idea stagnation - Not sure what to do next, we either do or put a plan in place Flexible, highly skilled (no B players) Internal disagreements - Help people make decisions Ben brings thoughtful leadership to the clients he serves and the projects he leads. As a founding member of Fuzzy Math, Ben takes great pride in delivering the best user experience and making the most of the journey along the way. As a veteran of a basement-based startup and small web development shop, Ben understands that steady leadership and working together is the best way to overcome the tensions and conflicts that are inherent in design projects. He's enjoyed working with enterprise clients in the real estate, healthcare, and education industries. A founding member of Fuzzy Math, Mark is a passionate defender of delivering high-value and high-quality services to his clients. At the helm, he ensures on-time and on-budget solutions that fit your needs. Mark is a veteran of startups, small businesses, and large software companies mixing the roles of information architect, user experience designer, team lead and project manager. He’s had the opportunity to lead his clients to happy solutions in the travel, healthcare, e-commerce, social media, and enterprise content management industries. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
28 minutes | Nov 2, 2016
Build Better Products with Laura Klein
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 12 Build Better Products with Laura Klein Laura Klein of Users Know talks about what it takes to build incredible products. Remember to subscribe and rate the show! Laura Klein of Users Know talks about what it takes to build incredible products.
30 minutes | Oct 20, 2016
UX in the Physical Environment
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 11 UX in the Physical Environment Soren Luckins, founder of Büro North, talks about User Experience in the physical environment. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
31 minutes | Oct 10, 2016
UX and Emerging Technologies
Jonathan Follett, Principal at Involution Studios, talks about his book Designing for Emerging Technologies. We talk about topics such as genomics, nanobots, and artificial intelligence.
24 minutes | Sep 14, 2016
Zoos and Alcohol Abuse
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 9 Zoos and Alcohol Abuse Victor Yocco, an author, speaker, and UX researcher speaks about his work in research work in zoos, his experiences with alcohol abuse, and ways to design experiences for those who don't want to drink at events. Victor also has a new book 'Design for the Mind'. Head to The UX Blog for 39% off his book Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
46 minutes | Aug 23, 2016
The Unsung Tablet
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 8 The Unsung Tablet Chris is the UX practice director at Silicus Technologies, a Houston-based turnkey cloud services firm. Chris and his team pursue a consumer-grade standard for usable and visually immersive enterprise software. This is part 2 of a 2 part series with Chris Lahiri, we hear Chris talk about the Unsung Tablet. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
28 minutes | Aug 7, 2016
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 6 UX Certification Chris is the UX practice director at Silicus Technologies, a Houston-based turnkey cloud services firm. Chris and his team pursue a consumer-grade standard for usable and visually immersive enterprise software. This is part 1 of a 2 part series with Chris Lahiri, we hear Chris talk about UX Certification. Stay tuned for part 2 where we hear Chris discuss the Unsung Tablet. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
36 minutes | Aug 1, 2016
Designing a Conference Experience
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 6 Designing a Conference Experience Donna Spencer, Conference Organizer of UX Australia, has worked with a wide range of client types, including government, telecommunications, insurance, retail, not-for-profit, and higher education. She's worked in UX for over 18 years and has written books on information architecture, card sorting, and writing for the web. She regularly teaches workshops, mentors startups, writes articles for online magazines, and is a technical editor for Smashing Magazine. In this episode, we hear Donna talk about the art and science of designing a conference. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
41 minutes | Jul 25, 2016
UX Patterns to Improve Mobile e-Commerce
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 5 UX Patterns to Improve Mobile e-Commerce Pek Pongpaet is the founder of Impekable, a full service digital agency headquartered in the Bay Area. Their clients include Google, HP, Discovery, Groupon, Twilio, Legalzoom. Pek is a mentor at 500 Startups and Hackers and Founders. In this episode, we hear Pek talk about his journey to founding his own agency, mobile e-commerce, and a certain popular app. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
33 minutes | Jul 17, 2016
The Wonderful World of Clinical UX Design
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 4 The Wonderful World of Clinical UX Design Dr Gyles Morrison is a new breed of UX Designer having worked as a medical doctor for three years. Now he applies his knowledge and experience healthcare to digital health projects, bridging the gap between the clinical and tech worlds. In this episode, we hear Gyles talk about his journey from being a physician to becoming a Clinical UX Designer. Remember to subscribe and rate the show!
31 minutes | Jul 5, 2016
You Too Can Be A Sketching Machine!
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 3 You Too Can Be A Sketching Machine! Rizwan is a User Experience Designer at Closed Loop in Roseville, CA. He creates intuitive, persuasive, and profitable user experiences for top brands such as PayPal, Allstate, Holland America, and Riverbed. He is also a speaker and loves sharing his passion for sketching at meetups and conferences. Rizwan is the creator of the UX Alphabet app, a handy reference app of UX concepts. When he isn't designing, he is usually at home drawing dinosaurs and cars, dinosaurs in cars, and other combinations of dinosaurs and cars with his twin boys. In this episode, we hear Rizwan talk about the power of sketching and how you too can become a sketching machine. Please rate and subscribe to the show on iTunes:
22 minutes | Jun 27, 2016
Mapping our own User Journey
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 2 Mapping our own User Journey Jon Bowman is a UX Designer living and working in Silicon Valley. He has been designing interfaces since 1999. He's the founder of Cap Gun Media. He is Co-Founder of Oxygen for Autism. These days, you can find him at TiVo, working on building a better TV viewing experience. When he’s not working you may find him on his back porch relaxing on his hammock reading a book. In this episode, we hear Jon talk about using User Journey Mapping to guide our own careers and success.
9 minutes | Jun 24, 2016
Global UX: Indonesia
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 1 Global UX: Indonesia Global UX is a series of interviews where The UX Blog meets user experience professionals from around the world to hear about their perspective on the state of UX in their area. In this episode we hear Bahni Mahariasha talk about: his move from Engineering student to User Experience Freelancer UX Design is not a common role in Indonesia UX in Indonesia is growing and will be common in startups and big corporations there within the next 2 years his dream to build his own agency with charitable initiatives
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