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Design Life
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Design Life

Charli Prangley, Femke Van Schoonhoven

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Design Life is a podcast about design and side projects for motivated creators. It was born after your hosts, two serial side project addicts, saw a gap in the podcast market for a conversational show about design and the issues young creatives face, that was hosted by two females. This show aims to tackle the big issues designers face like getting paid, overcoming a creative block or managing time, to name a few. We want to open up discussion about things we wish we heard people talk about ...
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Tom Prior hosts a broad range of voices from across the design and business spectrum for the Designers with Impact podcast. Each episode features an expert guest who shares our interest in exploring the ways designers can have more impact in business, as collaborators, and for people + planet.
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Ascend UX
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Ascend UX

Evan Sunwall, Ayan Bihi

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Join Ayan Bihi to discuss topics about the profession of User Experience Design (UX). Learn about the people who work hard behind the scenes to ensure your daily life is less frustrating and more successful. In each episode, Ayan and Evan engage in sincere, down-to-earth conversations about design techniques, interview special guests, or give practical career advice to help your own UX career lift off!
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Have you ever wondered how the user interface (UI) design was created for a game, website, or app you love? What about the time you were using a website or app and thought, "this could be a better experience, but I wouldn't even know where to start"? UI Narrative shares the stories of black/people of color interface designers and researchers and their contributions towards creating user-centered experiences. We also discuss Tolu Garcia's experience as a Senior Product Designer and how she co ...
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Thoughtcast
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Thoughtcast

Onething Design Studio

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Thoughtcast by Onething is an experience design podcast that looks to take a unique angle on an age-old format. We’re bringing everything from hotly discussed topics, to diamonds in the rough, and deconstructing it all, from every angle possible. We aim to provide discussion on the topics which can help everyone in some way through storytelling.
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How can you leverage a User-Centered Design mindset in your product development efforts? In this series by Sunrise Labs, our UCD Team talks about challenges you might face when creating a smooth user experience in MedTech. Hear our experts discuss topics related to systems-level thinking, UX/UI Design, Human Factors Engineering, Industrial Design, and more.
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Shifting Privacy Left features lively discussions on the need for organizations to embed privacy by design into the UX/UI, architecture, engineering / DevOps and the overall product development processes BEFORE code or products are ever shipped. Each Tuesday, we publish a new episode that features interviews with privacy engineers, technologists, researchers, ethicists, innovators, market makers, and industry thought leaders. We dive deeply into this subject and unpack the exciting elements ...
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Design systems are the systems of tools, processes and practices that we use to create digital products, like websites and applications. But can design systems play a role in perpetuating systemic harm? Can they do anything to mitigate it? In this series, design systems consultant and podcast host Amy Hupe interviews guests about their experiences of design systems, systemic exclusion, and how we can work to design more inclusive experiences.
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Welcome to Design Daily! A podcast around design, creators, and life with candid conversations featuring creators across design disciplines including architects, product designers, developers, artists and others in the design realm. Hosted by myself Austin Beck. Connect with me! | austinbeck.co YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfmoOuX5-2XpP-kSSTeK1aw?view_as=subscriber Instagram | https://www.instagram.com/the_austinbeck/ Twitter | https://twitter.com/the_austinbeck ISSUU | https:/ ...
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Our journey is a fun roller coaster. Discovering our passion as a creative, diving headfirst, and trying to figure out how these all work. This podcast is a passion project, my journey is a roller coaster. I’m a self-taught designer and an agency owner. I hope to help you all fellow savvy self-taught creatives that despite all the procrastination and self-doubt, we have something to offer to the world and our creativity is a gift worth exploring. So come and join me as I share my story and i ...
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The podcast for UI developers, designers and independent thinkers who strive for simplicity. The state of user interface design and development is at a crossroads: do we embrace complexity and raise the barrier to entry, or can we learn from the past and strive to make our tools, frameworks and methodologies simpler and more intuitive for everyone - regardless of experience or persuasion. I'm a strong believer in the latter, and if you are too, come join me on my journey to make a difference ...
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Brighten your day – learn about user experience, design, products, gaming and technology. With entertaining and funny chat that goes off on unexpected tangents about life, everyday pain points and hilarious solutions. 80% random, 20% user experience (UX) and user interfaces (UI)* Your hosts Mark, Nick and Paul discuss a different subject around design, UX, UI, business and technology, with the occasional special guest thrown in for good measure. Ironically as Henry Ford almost definitely did ...
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Join us on this journey as we dive into all things digital marketing, branding, and web development. From setting up your own agency to discovering the best tools for website creation and maximising conversions, we’ve got you covered. Get ready to learn insider tips and strategies from industry experts, as we explore the world of digital marketing and help you find your new vision. Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or just starting out, our podcast will provide valuable insights and act ...
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Being a great UX designer begins and ends with being a great human. We can't pour an empty cup into another. We can’t lead others where we are not. This UX podcast helps UX’ers become the best, most powerful designers (and humans) they can be. Yes, you'll discover how-to’s, but much more importantly you'll discover why-to’s. Every episode is sure to inspire and equip you on how to better fight for your users and business, and dare I say change the world (even if only for one human at a time) ...
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If you’re looking to switch careers or you’re curious to learn more about this field, this podcast series will teach you the skills and tools to becoming a User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) Designer. Jennifer has a background working in an agency and two startups. She has worked on consumer products and is now focused on B2B Enterprise products. Jennifer received her training at University of California, San Diego in Cognitive Science w/ Human Computer Interactions. And she is exc ...
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Ideate. A User Experience UX Design Podcast - product design
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Ideate. A User Experience UX Design Podcast - product design

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How can French cooking methods improve the safety of your car? Why can’t you just settle on what movie to watch on Netflix? Why do you have to sign a credit card receipt for a pack of gum? This is Ideate. A podcast about the user experience of items we use every day. Hosted by The Smyth Group design team: Hiromi, Nikita, Aaron, Paul and Rob.
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Interviewing UX/UI Designers, Web Developers, DIY Electrical Engineers, Ethical Hackers, Computer Science students, and everyone in between. Small Talk Tech looks to uncover more similarities than differences in what makes people in tech tick.
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unSTRATEGIC explores digital strategy. We journey through the many layers of digital strategy including disciplines, methodologies, and tactics. Topics we cover are web & mobile strategy, UX/UI & design, project & account management, business development, project discovery & workshopping, ongoing consulting, opportunities, optimizations, and much more. We share free resources on our blog including templates and documentation to help with digital strategy. We also chat with many industry prof ...
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Welcome to the Product Management Toolkit Podcast, the go-to podcast for those who want to delve into the minds of top product managers and heads of product at leading tech companies. Hosted by the insightful Tom Elliot, the Product Management Toolkit Podcast brings the unsung heroes of product creation to the forefront, shining a light on the people behind the scenes who build the products we love. In a world where CEOs and founders often take center stage, we're giving the stage to the pro ...
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The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks. The first season of the podcast is titled ‘Scaling a Design Team’, in which they speak with design leaders from top notch companies like Facebook, Apple, Invision, and Intercom, to discuss various team structures, responsibilities, and workflows. After quitting their day jobs to work full time on ...
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Find out what it takes to start a career in software development, data analytics, data science, or UI/UX design from those who made the leap. Hear from musicians, veterans, single-moms, teachers, bartenders, postdocs, warehouse workers, and more - all graduates of Nashville Software School (NSS) - as they discuss their transition to tech and their capstone projects presented at Demo Day. Founded in 2012, NSS is a flourishing community of over one thousand alumni, active students, and a team ...
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WP Builds
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WP Builds

Nathan Wrigley

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Web site building with WordPress. In this podcast we follow the hopeless exploits of David Waumsley and Nathan Wrigley as they try, and fail, to understand WordPress. They know that they love building websites with WordPress, but the complexities of this awesome web building solution are always out of reach. Not only are they not clever enough, but they just don't try all that hard
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A podcast about UI/UX, digital product design and mindful design and interaction - hosted by Elizabeth Alli of DesignerUp.co - this podcast explores the great power and responsibility we hold as designers and how we can do more intentional and mindful work. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/designerup/support
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Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Tim Schumacher, co-founder and CEO of saas.group. You'll learn how they developed their acquisition model, the importance of setting up central teams for operative tasks, why founders need to think about successors, and more. Please head over to the episode page for …
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Today, I'm chatting with with Raitis Sevelis on several topics in the WordPress landscape. Sevelis has an extensive background in UI/UX design and product management for prominent WordPress tools like WPBakery and Visual Composer, and he shares his insights into the inner workings of the platform and the community. We discuss the founding principle…
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Sam and Ryan discuss the intuition behind React Transitions, and why React’s new useOptimistic hook is a good fit for building a URL-driven filter panel that stays fully responsive to client interactions. Topics include: 0:00 - Intro 1:12 - The problem: In a world of Server Components, URL updates are blocked by a server-side roundtrip 10:44 - Atte…
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PJ Onori, a design systems veteran since 2011 and a driving force behind Pinterest's Gestalt system, talks about the transformative impact of design systems on product development, potentially reshaping the job landscape in design and engineering. In this episode, PJ recounts a pivotal experience at Disney, highlighting the delicate balance between…
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James and Adrian content creation, from starting YouTube channels to building communities. Adrian highlights the secrets he’s learned in building a private community and some of the bleeding edge technology that he’s excited about. Show Notes [00:00:00] Introduction [00:01:20] Content creation and community building. [00:05:09] Image generation in …
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Welcome to Episode 21 of the Self-Taught Designer Podcast! In this insightful episode, we look into the world of impostor syndrome, burnout, and the importance of self-care, particularly for entrepreneurs and self-employed individuals. Our guest, Anne Robinson, a licensed clinical social worker and a burnout coach, brings a wealth of knowledge and …
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So we’re back with another ‘podcast hijack’, in which the WP Builds podcast is temporarily taken over by a new podcast that I’m doing with David Waumsley. It’s called “The No Script Show”, and we’re getting back to the basics which we feel we’ve lost touch with, namely HTML and CSS. This week, it's all about something called 'Intrinsic design', but…
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Ryan and Sam discuss the purpose and usage of the useOptimistic() hook, a new experimental API from React. Topics include: 0:00 - Intro 2:18 - Problem: RSCs require a server roundtrip before the UI can be updated 10:13 - Solution: useOptimistic() lets you merge ephemeral client-side state with server-side data so you can update the UI during a Serv…
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Join us for a milestone episode of The Design Systems Podcast, featuring Brian Dorsey, a key contributor to Mastercard's groundbreaking design system MADE. Explore how integrating designers into infrastructure teams has revolutionized collaboration. Discover how Mastercard leverages its design system to drive business forward with insights on acces…
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This week, I chat with Jake Ward, the Co-Founder and CEO of Data Protocol, to discuss how the Data Protocol platform supports developers' accountability for privacy by giving developers the relevant information in the way that they want it. Throughout the episode, we cover the Privacy Engineering course offerings and certification program; how to i…
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Welcome back to another episode, self-taught designers! Meet Lauren Martin, a seasoned freelance designer with over 12 years of experience in fashion, marketing, and design. In January 2021, she dove into full-time web design, social media marketing, and branding, launching Lauren Design Studio. Lauren's diverse journey has led to lasting professio…
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In the first part of our conversation we spoke about absolute basics of factors investing and dove deep into the two major factors — low volatility (low vol) and momentum. We spoke about why these factors exist and the explanations, return expectations, and how to use them in an asset allocation framework. For this episode, we focused on the other …
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Welcome back, design enthusiasts! We're kicking off 2024 by bring you up to speed on our latest adventures and aspirations. 🌟 Life Updates: Tune in as we share the latest updates from our lives – from career milestones to more personal things, we're laying it all on the table. 💼 Career and Side Project Plans: Get ready to dive into our ambitious pl…
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What are the three principles of taking and managing notes? Our guest today is Jorge Arango, an information architect, author, and educator. You’ll learn about the evolution of knowledge management tools, how digital note-taking systems have extended our capabilities, why you should choose the right tools for different types of notes, and more. Pod…
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Today we're having an interesting conversation with Jorge Casals, and we're talking about DataPocket. Jorge chats about how DataPocket serves as a conduit for synchronising data from various platforms to design tools, offering a better flow of information for e-commerce teams. The discussion gets into DataPocket's pricing model and its integration …
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In this episode I sit down with Tregg Frank, Founder of Divinate and Designer at Stark. We cover a wide range of impact-related topics including... Using AI tools to create authentic design work How to position design as a revenue generator, not a cost centre Why Product Design might not be the best career choice for you (and what might be a better…
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On this episode of DSP, we welcome guest Jackie Lai, a lead UX designer at OPIS, a Dow Jones company, with a rich background in interactive and product design. Explore Jackie's diverse design journey from web to physical products and the transformation of design tools. Discover the importance of cross-functional collaboration and the perpetual evol…
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Ryan and Sam discuss the purpose and usage of the cache() function, a new experimental API from React. Topics include: 0:00 - Intro 2:29 - Caching in Next.js vs. React cache() 8:11 - Why React invalidates the cache for each server request 14:43 - How cache() enables colocation of data-fetching code 16:14 - Using cache() to share CPU-heavy or I/O-bo…
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Another episode for self-taught designers! Curious about what makes you stand out among the sea of self-taught designers? Wondering how to craft a network that propels your business forward? Excited to unravel the enchanting world of PR in design? Ready to take a plunge into the art of niching down? Well, get ready because Courtney's about to spill…
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Join us as we chat with Join us as we chat with Kelsey Ruger, Chief Product and Technology Officer at Hello Alice, about her insights on how AI can empower UX designers to create truly exceptional user experiences. We discuss the different ways AI can augment the UX design process, including: Detecting patterns and anomalies in user data Making pre…
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Sam and Ryan talk about Advanced Radix UI, Build UI’s newest course. They also read and discuss a blog post that describes the RSC architecture in terms of two processes: React Server and React Client. Topics include: 0:00 - Intro 0:49 - Ceilingless libraries + Advanced Radix UI 21:02 - Read and discuss: “RSC is React Server + Component” Links: Adv…
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So we’re back with another ‘podcast hijack’, in which the WP Builds podcast is temporarily taken over by a new podcast that I’m doing with David Waumsley. It’s called “The No Script Show”, and we’re getting back to the basics which we feel we’ve lost touch with, namely HTML and CSS. Over the years our reliance on tools like Page Builders mean that …
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Introduction to Tricia Hingpit, a freelance UX writer who owns her own agency. Hear how she rose from junior content writer to agency owner. How Tricia onboards her clients and her process for demonstrating the value of content and UX writing. How to determine which clients are one-timers and which will become retainer clients Strategies for expand…
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Ivan joins James and Bekah to tell his journey to Daytona and where they’re hoping to go as they grow. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome Ivan 03:30 Tying Development to Personal Interests 08:05 Finding the Product Gap 12:19 Acquisition, Money, Starting From Scratch 17:31 Daytona 20:22 What’s Under the Hood 22:41 Primary Users 29:09 The Team 30:31 Engineerin…
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In this episode of The Design Systems Podcast, we’re joined by guest Kevin Muldoon, Lead Design Technologist/Design Systems at Dow Jones, to discuss the concepts of alexandrian patterns and their application in design systems. We explore the idea of themes as reusable objects to solve specific design problems, discussing the challenges and potentia…
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My guest this week is Jay Averitt, Senior Privacy Product Manager and Privacy Engineer at Microsoft, where he transitioned his career from Technology Attorney to Privacy Counsel, and most recently to Privacy Engineer. In this episode, we hear from Jay about: his professional path from a degree in Management Information Systems to Privacy Engineer; …
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Hey there, self-taught design legends! Get ready to buckle up for a wild ride in the latest episode of The Self-Taught Designer Podcast, starring the one and only Holly Christie. We're diving into Holly's epic journey as the brains behind This Demanding Life, a web design wonderland for small businesses, and Simply Sites, where she spins pre-built …
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Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Michael Wilding, a marketing automation architect. You'll learn how QA is done in larger organizations, why creating a base template is important, how to do QA on your workflows, and how to test your emails using different methods. Please head over to the episode pag…
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So today we're chatting with Gen Herres about web accessibility. Gen is an experienced WordPress developer who has been in the field for over a decade. After making the typical mistakes in website development, Gen met Amber Hinds in 2019 and became interested in accessibility through her company, Equalize Digital. This led to a deep dive into the w…
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Knut joins the podcast for a second time to give us the inside scoop on recent Sanity updates and what makes Sanity the above and beyond CMS. Show Notes 00:00 Welcome Knut and Intro 02:49 What is Sanity? 05:07 Building Studio from Spite 12:26 New Features 19:47 Tec Perspective on Sanity 24:21 Customer Satisfaction 29:59 AI in Sanity 34:17 Presentat…
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🧠 WHAT WILL YOU LEARN IN THIS INTERVIEW? 1. Challenges of designing for AI 2. How to get a job as an AI Designer 📢 WHY IS HENRY MODISETT A ROCKSTAR? Henry Modisett is the Head of Design at Perplexity AI. Previously he worked as a designer at Quora and Google. ⏱️ TIMESTAMPS (00:00) Interview trailer (01:39 )Why designers should not use Dribble for d…
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In Honor of Data Privacy Week 2024, we're publishing a special episode. Instead of interviewing a guest, Debra shares her 'Top 20 Privacy Engineering Resources' and why. Check out her favorite free privacy engineering courses, books, podcasts, creative learning platforms, privacy threat modeling frameworks, conferences, government resources, and mo…
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Curt Schreiber, Chief Creative Officer at VSA Partners, joins us for a compelling conversation on the multifaceted nature of design systems. We explore how these intricate frameworks must cater to a diverse array of users and stakeholders, highlighting the need for design systems to personify the organization's character. Curt shares his insights o…
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Discover the inspiring journey of self-taught designer Biancia Akers on The Self-Taught Designer Podcast. From graphic design to thriving in UX/UI design, Biancia's story unfolds the magic of dreams, hope, and hard work. Based in Chicago, she not only leads her design agency but also empowers others through mentoring and community building. In this…
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Introduction to Michal Kessel Shitrit, localization and UX writing specialist. Michal's journey from translator to UX writing and localization expert. Discussion on the role of communication between content creators and translators. Challenges in localization: lack of context and constraints in content creation. Emphasis on the importance of UX wri…
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