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Honest UX Talks

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Honest UX Talks

Anfisa Bogomolova & Ioana Teleanu

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Honest weekly conversations about UX design career, challenges, portfolios, mental health, and all things UX. Ioana and Anfisa together have 20 years of experience in the UX field and trying to share their main lessons to help anyone transitioning to design overcome the fears. Want to support us? Sign up to get access to exclusive locked episodes for $0.99/mo https://anchor.fm/honestuxtalks/subscribe To request the next topic DM us on Instagram: 🗂 instagram.com/honest_ux_talks 👩‍💻 instagram. ...
 
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Surviving UX

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Surviving UX

Jessamyn Edwards & Meg Cramer

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None of the answers you need to surviving your UX design career. Jessamyn Edwards and Meg Cramer field questions from real UX designers struggling through the career choice you wonder why you made. No inspiration, snobby career advice, or success stories here!
 
The Anthro to UX podcast is for anthropologists looking to break into user experience (UX) research. Through conversations with leading anthropologists working in UX, you will learn firsthand how others made the transition, what they learned along the way, and what they would do differently. We will also discuss what it means to do UX research from a practical perspective and what you need to do to prepare a resume and portfolio. It is hosted by Matt Artz (https://mattartz.me), a business an ...
 
Created by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast is a hands-on knowledge stem from dealing with large-scale innovation projects, going throught all UX Design, Design Thinking and Product Innovation burning questions and helping you to overcome its challenges. Featuring Behrad Mirafshar, a highly experienced UX designer and an active voice in the fields of Sustainability, Innovation and Design Thinking. He studied the latter in Sweden and, in 2012, moved ...
 
Design MBA is a real life MBA for designers. You will learn how to launch a side hustle and level up your design career from interviews with rockstar designers. I'm your host Jayneil Dalal. New episodes are released every other week on Mondays.
 
The podcast from zeroheight, where we talk to the best folks in DesignOps from around the world to help you build the best darn DesignOps practice you possibly can. Hosted by Luke Murphy, design advocate at zeroheight, each episode focuses on a specific part of the DesignOps pie, gaining insight from both established DesignOps practitioners, as well as up and coming DesignOps voices.
 
New to UX Design? or Pivoting your career into UX? Hello UX is a user-focused podcast aimed to help those pivoting into UX Design. Listen to the relatable stories and experiences of others just like you. We are listener supported: Hey you like what you hear? Then show us some love by becoming a sustainer. This will allow us to continue to bring you the content you are looking for and treat us to a cafecito! Hello UX Team https://anchor.fm/helloux/support Support this podcast: https://anchor. ...
 
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UX Podcast

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UX Podcast

James Royal-Lawson & Per Axbom

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UXPodcast™ is a twice-monthly digital design podcast - hosted by James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom - sharing insights about business, technology and people since 2011. We want to push the boundaries of how user experience is perceived and boost your confidence in the work you do.
 
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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 ...
 
The Crazy One helps you find new insights and breakthroughs in your career, creativity, and leadership. In every episode, Stephen Gates gives you honest and actionable insights taken from his experience leading global in-house and agency creative teams, building multiple Fortune 100 brands, and working as InVision’s Chief Design Evangelist coaching and working with companies ranging from small start-ups to some of the world's biggest and innovative companies. Recognized with 2020 Webby Award ...
 
Welcome to the Human Insight Podcast where we share with you the business stories, ideas, and trends shaping the future of customer experience told first-hand by the experts themselves. This is your show if you work in product management, UX design and research, marketing, digital transformation and more.
 
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 ...
 
At UX studio, we dedicate our UX designers and researchers to work alongside our partners to help them design powerful user experiences. As a global product design company, we collaborate with rising startups and established tech giants from all over the world. In this podcast we will discuss topics related to UX design and research. We will talk about how we build partnerships and trustworthy relationships with our clients.
 
This is a podcast about UX design, Product design and design career insights. We discuss design topics with designers from around the world sharing insights on how to build better products and how to be better designers. "Not a UX designer" is hosted by Varima Henry, a product designer & design coach from Jo'burg, South Africa. Brought to you by dobetterux.com a great source for no BS* insights on design career insights, helping you kickstart your UX design career or take you product design ...
 
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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.
 
The official UX Institute Podcast is hosted by UX Institute CEO and Founder Mark Swaine, (www.uxinstitute.com). The UXI podcast will be sharing insights and thought leadership on key areas of User Experience, Customer Experience, Building Product and the Users. Learn how to jump into UX, advance your career and develop UX / Product leadership skills.
 
The World of UX podcast, hosted by UX and experience design veteran, educator, and conference speaker, Darren Hood, is dedicated to presenting topics covering and addressing all things UX. We'll cover every UX-related method, discipline trend, career advancement and challenges, education recommendations, UX maturity levels, and maturity level management, and much much more. If you'd like to stay informed about UX, The World of UX is for you!
 
Wondering how today’s data product leaders are designing machine learning and analytics solutions that are useful, usable, and valuable to their businesses? How do the disciplines of UX design, data product management, data science, and analytics dance together to build valuable, usable, and indispensable decision support applications? One of the biggest challenges of today’s leaders is that adoption of analytics and ML solutions by users continues to be low or even non-existent. My name is ...
 
Shaping eCommerce with IronPlane is a weekly podcast covering innovative topics and cutting-edge technologies across the eCommerce landscape. As a BigCommerce and Magento development company, we feature special edition episodes from our eCommerce Tech Series, eCommerce Marketing Series and Magento and BigCommerce Optimization Series. You will also hear from our featured guests, technology partners, and industry leaders in the eCommerce and technology space. From eCommerce development to UX d ...
 
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 ...
 
This is a show about crafting a badass UX career and refining your UX process to become better at what you do. We'll also talk about applying UX to your life to get more done—with less stress. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/uxhustle/support
 
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Designer Sushi

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Designer Sushi

Lori Chai & Mikah Razon

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Designer Sushi podcast is about the everyday life of a UX designer through the perspectives of two career switcher UX designers that have a shared lived experience in Japan. UX Design is a hot industry and popular among people that are looking to transition from their previous careers. But it also comes with struggles especially when you’re working in a different country. This show will give an insider look at our UX career where we discuss our wins, growth, and challenges as we navigate our ...
 
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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Ascend UX

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Ascend UX

Evan Sunwall, Ayan Bihi

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Join Evan Sunwall and Ayan Bihi as they 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!
 
Whether this is your first year as a product designer or you’re a seasoned vet, Design UX is the podcast you listen if you’re looking to learn about design processes from a community of designers. This is the podcast for those who are looking to sharpen their skill set, and grow as a design professional.
 
The Nielsen Norman Group (NNg) UX Podcast is a podcast on user experience research, design, strategy, and professions, hosted by Senior User Experience Specialist Therese Fessenden. Join us every month as she interviews industry experts, covering common questions, hot takes on pressing UX topics, and tips for building truly great user experiences. For free UX resources, references, and information on UX Certification opportunities, go to: www.nngroup.com
 
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Digital product development is revolutionizing how companies build future-ready products that deliver delight. Experimentation is crucial in the innovation process. It helps in realizing potential faults early, reinforcing new knowledge, reducing costs, or preventing fatal errors later. Experimentation is vital for innovation. The systematic testin…
 
These days, you can talk with the digital things around you, like voice assistants and chatbots. How are these experiences designed? Our guest today is Rebecca Evanhoe, co-author of Conversations with Things. You’ll learn about the four pillars of conversational design, what prototyping looks like for this field, how to develop a personality for yo…
 
Episode's Sponsor: figura.digital - freelancing platform for designers developed by designers with the aim to create the most UX-friendly network in the world, provide their members with a meaningful community, curated resources, and personalised support. Discussed in this episode: In this episode, Denis a founder of figura.digital shares a lot of …
 
It seems that people are very often confusing a Design System with a component library. The differences are nuanced, drawing the line between those two will be hard, and there’s no right or wrong — but maybe this story might help us understand those differences a little bit better, and maybe it will help us understand the effort it takes to build a…
 
S2 Episode 1 - UX for All – Making Design a Public Utility - April Starr April Starr, the Director of Experience Research at Motorola Solutions, is creating an impact on public safety with her insight-driven designs. A faculty at the Illinois Institute of Technology's Institute of Design, April has developed cancerworksheets.com to help cancer pati…
 
In a complex and uncertain world, businesses have focused on the importance of 'telling a good story' to cut through the noise. But how can designers use storytelling to inform their day-to-day work? Not just when crafting presentations or communicating to clients, but within the DNA of our digital products.In this talk, we'll take proven narrative…
 
Kevin Bethune inspires with his incredible journey across engineering, business & design, shares how to keep calm inside of a nuclear reactor, and shines a light on design’s diversity blind spot. Highlights include: ⭐ Are designers too in love with the future state?⭐ Where did you put your fear while working inside a nuclear reactor?⭐ How was your …
 
Encore - success story! Brittany Cates shares her incredible story of how she made the transition from elementary school teacher to UX designer while teaching full time during a global pandemic. I know you’ll be inspired as you listen to Brittany share about overcoming self-doubt and getting hired as a full time UX designer.…
 
This week, Darren fields questions about the UX job world received via social media. Topics covered during this episode include recruiters and recruiting, proper expectations for new UXers, dissecting the frequent disconnects between hiring teams, and portfolios. Enjoy!!! #ux #eq #podcasts #cxofmradio #cxofm #realuxtalk #worldofux #uxjobs Check out…
 
Starting out in Graphic Design can be tough. Everyone wants bigger, better customers -but bigger, better customers want to deal with bigger, better businesses! So how do you get out of this vicious cycle? How do you portray big business energy while still a start-up, and snag those all important clients? Is this what Fake-it until you make it means…
 
DesignOps Island Discs is a live-recorded, interactive podcast, looking at what's coming up in the world of designops and design systems. For season three, we're focussing on the roles that make up designops and design systems, from content designers to leads to engineers to accessibility specialists to DPMs. For our first episode, we welcome Geri …
 
Matt Young shares the importance of aligning engineering, product, & design, the roles of creativity and logic in decision making, and using customer feedback wisely. Highlights include: ⭐ How do you know when it’s time to kill a feature?⭐ Why and when do you speak directly with people?⭐ How have you integrated your engineering and product orgs?⭐ W…
 
"When you're thinking about measuring a community, usually what you measure is what you effect," said Wesley Faulkner, Senior Community Manager at Amazon’s AWS. "So, if you're not measuring the success of the people who are in the community, if that's not part of the measurements, then you're really not going to be tracking that. Thus, you may lose…
 
Ryley Hynes graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: Before going into software development, I worked as an Environmental Scientist for the State of Tennessee. This opportunity allowed me to work with the public to solve problems that endangered the health of our state. While in the field I was able to see just how beneficial technology w…
 
Michael O'Brien graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: I spent many years in retail management and sales. After having survived cancer twice I knew it was time to return to a longtime love of mine: computers.Favorite NSS Experience: Getting the chance to start developing an app that I've thought about for nearly 7 years.…
 
Tiana Robinson graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: Full-stack software engineer with a long-time interest in technology and design who recently experienced the great opportunity of enrolling at Nashville Software School and turning a former casual exploration of coding into a focused and professional pursuit. Creative and analyticall…
 
Connor Lopshire graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: Professional painter turned software developer. I am a fast and passionate learner. I became a dedicated owner of Precision Paint Company in January of 2020. After years of hard physical labor, I decided that a career shift was necessary. All my research pointed towards software dev…
 
Camille Faulkner graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: My background in music led me to software development, as I was looking for a way to combine my creativity and my need to produce tangible work on a daily basis. Software development allows me to still have a creative outlet while giving me the opportunity to solve problems and wit…
 
Griffin Moyer graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: I've entertained the idea of pursuing a career in software engineering ever since taking a MATLAB course as a geology student. While I always loved the technical aspect of geoscience, the added creativity of software development excited me in a way that the sciences didn't. Now, I'm r…
 
Danielle Martin graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: Before starting my journey in software development, I had a casual exploration of coding. I wanted to take more of a professional approach. I found a great opportunity at Nashville Software School and I am currently enrolled in the full-time web development bootcamp. Studying Softwa…
 
Clinton Wilson graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: I am a software developer who loves using creativity to solve unique problems. After earning my BBA in music business from Belmont University, my career path led me to the service industry. After more than a decade working in restaurants, I sought a career in software development whe…
 
Vicki Taylor graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: After 15 years in the finance industry, I knew that I wanted to make a change to a more dynamic field, where I could continuously grow and learn new skills. After taking a jumpstart course in web development, I knew that this is the industry I wanted to enter and that becoming a softwa…
 
Jacob Chestnut graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engine…
 
Charlie Murphey graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: I am a seasoned creative professional who loves crafting stories as a form of problem solving. I find joy in integrating my diverse set of technical skills with creative experience, including songwriting, musical performance, standup comedy, woodworking, and software development.Fav…
 
Kiefer Luttrell graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: I am a detail-oriented and pragmatic Special Forces (Green Beret) veteran who gained an interest in software development over the last two years. Software development fulfills the creative problem solving and team-focused environment I have struggled to find since leaving the milita…
 
Dan Purdon graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: Curiosity and a passion for lifelong learning have taken me across a huge variety of industries, jobs, and locales. I'm voracious for learning new things, and I get bored quickly if I start to stagnate. This is why I'm finally taking the leap to full-time development, where there is ALWA…
 
Wesley Harlle graduated with Web Development Cohort 56.About Me: Prior to beginning my journey in Software Development, I was working as a Lead Data Analyst for the logistics branch of a disaster relief company. I loved helping people, and enjoyed that my contribution made a difference in people's lives. While I appreciated the requisite analytical…
 
Chaneice Jackson-Dunham graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as softwa…
 
Ryan Stahr graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engineers!…
 
Ivan Ramirez graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engineer…
 
Michelle Caner graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engine…
 
Brian Minges graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engineer…
 
Glenn Dixon graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engineers…
 
Turner Lynch graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engineer…
 
Marcus Cox graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engineers!…
 
Ruby Kaur graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engineers!…
 
Duley Williams graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engine…
 
Allison Osborne graduated with Web Development Evening Cohort 17.At night, they gathered as students at Nashville’s top software development bootcamp, lighting a path with an excitement for coding and a desire to help others. Amongst the cohort, they are passionate for React, CSS, Python, and SQL. Now the day has come, they emerge as software engin…
 
Bringing ideas from abstract concepts to reality is a critical part of product and design thinking. The better we understand how to do it, the better we can create the best experiences for our users. Don't forget to subscribe at productthinking.cc Weekly newsletter: Being Overconfident, Getting Stupider, and Banning NFTs: Monthly Wrap from July Or …
 
Presenting UX Boostcamp is a new series of episodes, where we will welcome experience designers in the field to share with us their stories and help you to learn new things in UX, improve as a Junior designer, grow in your career with amazing tips, and debunk some crazy myths we see online, and we gotta tell you, there’s a lot! On this first episod…
 
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