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27 minutes | 2 months ago
What does it take to be a good programmer and designer? / S1 Finale P1
Season One was about UX Design, Entrepreneurship and Engineering. We had interviews with people like Chris Marciano, Miguel Coder and Greg Morawietz who are experts in their respective fields of UX Design, programming and security. This season finale episode we answer the question: It has been said that to become an expert at something it can take 10,000 hours of practice. What about when someone seeks to be a good designer and a good programmer, what would make this possible for them?
50 minutes | 4 months ago
How Technical people can do better as managers / S1:EP12
It is well known that once technical employee's have years of experience in their fields they get promoted to a management position. Some of the skills these new managers need to succeed is the advanced knowledge to oversee an engineering or design department. While other skills that are common to all managers, they may need to work on developing. Arlyne Diamond is a consultant who has helped high level managers and organizations at large increase their management efficiency and operations through a people first approach.
26 minutes | 5 months ago
The Importance of Failure Analysis and Quality Assurance / S1:EP11
Kash Momodu is a Failure Analysis and Quality Assurance Engineer who worked at FitBit and Square. He holds a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from San Francisco State. While the hype is all about Software Engineering and Programming the products we use today would not be possible without a solid Quality Assurance approach. Even the best engineering teams need to have their products tested both before release and after to ensure that there is consistent functioning of all the parts that make up an engineered product.
25 minutes | 6 months ago
From MVP to Minimum Lovable Product with Ed Ipser / S1:EP10
Ed Ipser is the founder of IpserLab and Coactify. He holds a PhD in Computer Science and has been an an entrepreneur since right out of college. Learning from these founding experiences he has been applying his experience but has also found that building a successful business based on technology often involves elements of market fit that don't solely rely on engineering. He brings up topics revolving around lean startup methodology, Minimum Viable Product, Minimum Lovable Product and design.
28 minutes | 7 months ago
Sani Momoh on Juneteenth, Technology in Social Work and Online News / S1:EP9
In light of Juneteenth we have a special episode with Sani Momoh a social worker in the San Jose Bay Area. We the topic of social injustice with technology as a bridging topic. Not only do we talk about online news media as it relates to social injustice but we include a segment on the micro issues in equality for black people. Sani also answers an interesting question: How would he allocate funds matching the $100,000 million dollar commitment Apple made to the cause to support #blacklivesmatter
23 minutes | 8 months ago
Ryan Matthew, Working Remotely and The New Normal / S1: EP8
Ryan Matthew is a partner and co-founding member of Neuron, a UX Design and strategy consultancy in San Francisco. He has been working remotely for years with Neuron and since operations have moved to fully remote because of the Covid-19 Pandemic he has great insights into the current shelter-in-place order which required many businesses to move employee's to remote work.
45 minutes | 8 months ago
Andrew Jarecki on working remotely in UX Design during COVID-19 / S1:EP7
UX Designer Andrew Jarecki is a UX designer with over 8 years of experience. Currently, he is a contractor at Visa and we also talk about some career and resume tips to get job seekers going in their search for a UX design position. We skim over some topics in UX design such as design principles and how to apply them. More substantially for todays current events with COVID-19 we conclude with a discussion on remote working during this pandemic.
43 minutes | a year ago
Ted Holladay on Design, the Future and a Digital Now / S1:EP6
Creative Director Ted Holladay speaks from his years in the industry as a designer and running his studio. We talk about some things every designer should know about working with clients. Later on we get into a section on bridging the gap between computer users who didn't grow up on tech and the generation that did grow up with it, like his two 15 and 16 year old kids. We also have a short discussion about the future of technology as it relates to design.
31 minutes | a year ago
Entrepreneur Danny Mclane Talks Tech and Motivation / S1:EP5
Danny Mclane is the owner and operator of JamiiTech, a web and application development agency in San Jose, California. He gives mentoring to youth groups, creates technology strategies for businesses and speaks on career growth in tech. He is a leader and visionary. As someone well positioned in the Silicon Valley to give insight into technology we are pleased to speak with him on The Unmotive Show.
43 minutes | a year ago
An Artists Take on Digital Life with Judy Gittelsohn / S1:EP4
Judy has been creating art and selling her art using both online and traditional methods. She is a avid reader and has a lot to say about web trends from the perspective of someone who didn't grow up with technology. The Unmotive Show seeks to bridge the gap between casual technology users and professionals and as part of that goal we want to explore how our society has changed because of technology.
33 minutes | a year ago
Apple Design Patterns with Miguel Coder / S1:EP3
We get to talk about Apple and more so working at Apple as a programmer with Miguel Coder. We also talk about his take on why programming is so fun and rewarding for so many people.
35 minutes | a year ago
Greg Morawietz on Web Security and Big Data / S1:EP2
We will be sitting down with Greg Morawietz the owner of Single Point of Contact(SPOC) a web security company in Palo Alto, CA. We talk about big data, privacy concerns and how regular users can secure their computers.
32 minutes | a year ago
Chris Marciano - 10x with UX / S1:EP1
User Experience design is the missing link between Users and the Business models that separate them. This show is meant for casual technology users and also those in the field already. UX Design is a great way to kick off a discussion about how the web industry is adapting to its popularity and overwhelming success as a platform for people to connect.
8 minutes | a year ago
S1-Ep0 - Host Rotimi introduces the Unmotive Show
Emoji's the perfect symbol for this show. We take the new technological capacity of the internet to be a communication medium for users. In fact, this podcast is taking advantage of one of these new communication mediums. Welcome, to the first season on Design, Programming and Tech Trends.
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