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Join Chris Schreiner and Lisa Cooper from Strategy Analytics as they discuss the latest developments impacting the user experience across personal devices, automotive, and the smart home. Digest the latest research news from SA's UX Innovation Practice, listen to interviews from leading UX practitioners in industry and academia, and hear the team discuss the latest products and services from a human-centered design perspective. Email us at UXSoup@strategyanalytics.com
 
Welcome to Design Huddle. This podcast is for everyone looking to shakeup their workflow and become a more effective UX Designer. Each week Ryan Warrender and Mustafa Kurtuldu create jam-packed episodes with expert insights on user experience, digital product strategy, and the latest tech trends across the web. You'll come for the UX tips, but you'll stay for the storytelling. Opinions expressed are solely our own and do not express the views or opinions of our employer. Support this podcast ...
 
Learn how to implement voice and conversational AI strategy and conversational automation with VUX World. Every week, we speak to industry thought leaders and practitioners on the three core pillars of conversational AI: strategy, design and development. From strategic insights to help you plan for success, to conversation design techniques to create delightful experiences. From how to implement effective solutions to previewing potential technology providers and platforms. We share the deep ...
 
If it affects your business or your digital life, it's fair game on this show. Voice Marketing with Emily Binder is an award winning mini podcast about marketing and innovation. Three minutes, twice a week. Topics range from advertising to Alexa, fintech, branding, ecommerce, copywriting, product design, technology, customer experience, startups, and investing. About your host: Emily Binder is an entrepreneur, speaker, and strategist. She is the Founder of WealthVoice and Beetle Moment Marke ...
 
Breaking the Imposter came from my personal journey of Imposter Syndrome. Whether it was becoming a black belt (while I never thought of myself as athletic) or becoming a UX Designer (while I never thought I had visual skills to save my life), I managed to put them as my own personal goals and moved towards them. Too many times we are influenced by others, or our own voice, that we are not capable of doing things. This podcast is meant to explore how people navigate success and fulfillment w ...
 
UX-radio, Inc. is designed to inspire, educate, share resources and to expand the conversation about Information Architecture (IA) User Experience (UX) and Design. This show was founded by Lara Fedoroff who leads the Product Strategy team at Philosophie, has designed for respectable brands, is a speaker and occasional adjunct instructor. Our Co-Host is the illustrious, Chris Chandler. Chris is a Partner and Global Product Strategist at Philosophie, an instructor, speaker and is the Co-founde ...
 
Citizen Cosmos is more than a podcast. Citizen Cosmos is a show about the masterminds of the Cosmos blockchain ecosystem, web3 builders, their technological ambitions and personalities. We are a brand, with a simple aim: to discover the wonders of web3 and to understand how dreams turn to code and become reality. We run various public initiatives in the Cosmos ecosystem, such as the Citizen Cosmos validator. Organize educational online events and manage social media channels. Our podcast is ...
 
Just two dudes, who design things in a big corporation, talking about UX Design, personal side projects, life, work, and career stuff. Tune in every other week to listen to the challenges we run into with our side projects and learn along with us as we resolve these. In later episodes, we might bring on exciting guests that work on side projects in their spare time as well.
 
The podcast where we talk about life as Indian Designers. Hosted by Interaction Designer Angeline Bhavya and Industrial Designer Sushmita Charlu. As designers from two different fields, our intention is to be an authentic voice of the everyday designer and to bring the Indian design community closer.
 
In the Making is a podcast exploring the origin stories of people who work in web design. We talk with content strategists, UX designers, digital marketers, and other web professionals about how their background influences how they work on the web. Our intro music was composed by Dan Schneider.
 
99 Career Options Podcast is your all-in-one resource for all things related to career options. From interviews with lawyers and psychologists to interviews with aeronautical engineers and footwear designers, it´s all you need to get the right education to choose the best career path and ultimately land your dream career. Whether you are a high school rookie or an experienced student, there is definitely something for you here.
 
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In this episode, Mustafa and Ryan talk about the history of interfaces with Lego and how they break down their designs. We also take a look at David Hockney's redesign of the London Metro System station signs and finally explore how brands have changed their tone of voice during Covid. Sites; https://interactionmagic.com/UX-LEGO-Interfaces https://…
 
This week Ryan and Mustafa look at interior design trends and how they can be applied to UX and digital design. They also talk about the perfect working environment and the meaning of design. About the hostsMustafa Kurtuldu is a UX lead on install-ability on Chrome and Design Advocate at Google. His skills include user research, interviews, surveys…
 
Want your sonic branding done by our team? Send an email to the address given at the end of this episode with subject line: "sonic branding." More about sonic branding: Audrey Arbeeny's definition (the CEO of Audiobrain). Why sound and consistent branding matter today more than ever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Davide Petramala, Director of Customer and Partner Onboarding, Avaya, joins us to share his take on improving your customer experience using conversational AI, and how you can do that using Avaya technology and approaches. We'll dive into the importance of customer experience and how the bar is constantly being raised, as well as what you can do to…
 
In this episode, we talk about: How security experts can more effectively communicate with end users. The issue of delayed consequences in the digital realm and how that impacts how people behave. The role accountability plays in improving information security. Ryan Cloutier is the principal security consultant for SecurityStudio. He is an experien…
 
If The Veloway was a business, it would be turning away customers with its restrictive rules banning all but two types of customers. But it would be a really smart business. Markting lessons from The Austin Veloway, a pavement sanctuary in far south Austin that loops for a total of 3.1 miles. It’s open to only cyclists and skaters, meaning no cars …
 
In this episode we talk to Wilson Withiam, senior research analyst at Messari, one of the largest research firms in the crypto space. Wilson's Twitter Messari bring transparency to the crypto space by providing an insightful and in depth analytics tools. Their aim is to help investors, regulators, and the public to make sense of this revolutionary …
 
This week we are speaking to Jason Pamental, a design strategist, author, speaker, UX leader, technologist, an expert in web typography, and an Invited Expert on the W3C Web Fonts Working Group. He has worked with many organizations including Adobe, Audible, Condé Nast, GoDaddy, IBM—and given presentations and workshops at conferences all over the …
 
When you build voice assistants for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, most of the control over what the AI is doing and how its performing is lost. You can't access audio files, so you can't really understand what users actually said. You can't see anything about how the NLU classified an utterance, either. With Alexa, you don't even get the trans…
 
Can you distill your brand's north star into just three words? Here's how Twitter has evolved with their "What's happening?" tweet prompt and brand north star / tagline since 2014. In 2016, Twitter recategorized their app in the App Store from a social networking app to a news app, and went from number five to number one. Highly strategic. Perfectl…
 
Why audiograms are the top way to promote your podcast on social media. Plus marketing tip: Plug your brand color in to the Adobe color wheel tool at color.adobe.com and use a suggested color combo (like monochromatic or analogous or triad) in your graphics, including audiogram graphics. Then you'll be able to make thumb stopping content that grows…
 
Chris welcomes David MacQueen, Executive Director of the Virtual and Augmented Reality service at Strategy Analytics, to discuss use cases and UX issues for enterprise AR applications, including healthcare, manufacturing and the military. They also discuss implications for the consumer AR market and Apple's upcoming foray into AR glasses. Virtual a…
 
This week we are talking about running design reviews and how we like to run them. Ryan speaks about his consultancy experiences and how he likes to focus on a goal to improve a specific metric and Mustafa dives into a holistic way of running reviews. We also discussed the tools you can use to boost your reviews and quick wins that can help you bui…
 
Make sure you listen to Part 1 (the last episode). Here's how WeBull took the deep functionality from Schwab, the slick modern UI of Robinhood, and combined the two for the best of both worlds. Design responsibly. And advertise responsibly. Topics include app design, marketing responsibly, Google search algorithm design, and the herd animal mentali…
 
Cathie Wood thinks fintech is on a five year horizon. Translation: Huge innovation is sweeping fintech as an industry. How companies evolve with these changes determines who will swim — and who will sink. Our friends at Nine Labs have a new blog post out with three fintech trends to clue you in and make sure your brand stays relevant as financial t…
 
Surya Vanka, speaker at the upcoming Design at Scale conference, joins Lou to discuss “Design Swarms,” which he’ll also cover during his conference presentation. Surya shares his experiences working to solve major social problems like gender discrimination and the opioid crisis through design thinking exercises. He also discusses ways leaders can s…
 
You know when you just know that you have a slide somewhere with the exact information you need on it, but you can't remember which deck it's in? When did you create it? Where did you store it? I myself have spent countless hours over the years searching for specific bits of information in slide decks, reports, word documents and more. Time wasted.…
 
In this episode we talk to David Park, co-founder of Cosmostation, one of the biggest staking providers in blockchain industry. Davids's Twitter Cosmostation is one of the largest staking providers in the blockchain industry. It also provides various products, such as wallets, explorers, statistics, etc. and allows users to access DeFi right away b…
 
Microsoft has a range of AI services to help brands and individuals create seamless conversational experiences. From large scale enterprise assistants, such as the solutions in play at Swisscom and the BBC, to small scale services too. With MS Build just around the corner, we get a sneak peak at what to expect from the Azure Bot Services team, as w…
 
A self-described “failed architect,” Sha Hwang joins Lou to discuss the challenges of scale when merging two companies, and his journey from Trulia and Stamen Design to being part of the team that rescued Healthcare.gov and, subsequently, founding Nava, a public benefit corporation formed during those efforts. Sha Recommends: • Civic Technologists …
 
Ron Lynch gave me this quiz and I haven't stopped thinking about it and using it on new people ever since. Thanks to Cian at Optily for featuring this show in: Top 6 eCommerce Marketing Podcasts 2021. Tune into the next episode for the reveal of what your answers to the quiz questions mean. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
In this episode we talk about: Thinking about cybersecurity risk from a UX practitioner’s perspective. Balancing ease of use while not introducing unnecessary risk. Building personas and scenarios for bad actors so you can make conscious decisions about how controls might be circumvented. The importance of content strategy and collaborating with UX…
 
Contactless payment systems like Apple Pay and Samsung Pay haven't caught on in the West like they have in China. What UX issues are holding them back? What features might entice them to use them more? Chris and Lisa discuss their recent research on contactless payments and in Condensed Soup, Chris talks about his memorable coffee-buying experience…
 
Sheri is the author of the upcoming book Giving a Damn about Accessibility, and a speaker at Design at Scale 2021 this June 9-11. In this latest Rosenfeld Review podcast, she discusses the critical importance of starting projects and products with a mindset of accessibility. Spoiler alert: it’s far more difficult to go back later.VMWare, where Sher…
 
In this episode we are interviewing Mandy Michael, a Front End Developer, previously a Development Manager for the news organization Seven West Media in Western Australia. She now works as a Senior Software Engineer at Hireup. She speaks at conferences and events locally and internationally sharing her work and experiments with new and old technolo…
 
"It is impossible to generate trust, respect, affection, attention, reputation, generosity, or sexual appeal through rationality." Let's dig into this concept from Rory Sutherland's book "Alchemy." Male strippers dress as firemen because bravery is sexy. If rationality was sexy, they'd dress as accountants. Apply this to your brand. Be brave. Menti…
 
In this episode of Wassup Conversations, Doug Cockle (Voice actor of Geralt of Rivia from The Witcher game series) goes deep about acting, his methods of preparation, advice for newcomers and his journey as an actor from America to England. Wassup Conversations is on YouTube and all the major podcast streaming services. https://www.nikoofarmusic.co…
 
In this episode Ryan and Mustafa review the winners of the Awwwards.com website. Awwwards.com, as the name suggests, awards the talent and effort of the best web designers, developers and agencies in the world. The sites we looked are: https://www.waxpoetics.com/ https://www.pola.com/wecaremore/ https://flipaclip.com/ ➡️ Subscribe to the podcast: h…
 
The average holding period for US stocks has been declining for many years now. In the 1940s the average duration was 7 years. By the turn of this century it had fallen to below 1 year. A recent study in early 2020 by researchers at wealth management firm MFS showed the holding period for NYSE-listed was 9 months. A Reuters article noted that the a…
 
During this episode, we talk about: Why looking for a silver bullet for cybersecurity is hopeless. Like any human issue, it is a multi-dimensional and complex. Expectations versus outcomes: how we must take into account how “things will play out when you involve people.” "Changing how people think and behave is complicated, non-linear, painstaking,…
 
In this episode, Thierry Dansereau, art director of great games such as Immortals Fenyx Rising and Assassin's Creed Odyssey talks about behind the scene of those games and his general approaches toward creating the visual world of massive games. Please consider donating to Wassup Conversations via this link" https://www.nikoofarmusic.com/support-an…
 
Design at scale is perhaps the most interesting challenge facing the design industry right now. How do you maintain quality and not get bogged down as your team grows? Much of the discussion focuses on systems and processes, but that starting with systems runs exactly contrary to the true value that design brings to companies, which is a humanistic…
 
Chris welcomes Ben Lundin from Strategy Analytics' Connected Mobility Service to discuss ride hailing, car sharing, bike & scooter sharing, and public transport. They talk about the impact of the pandemic on mobility services, UX issues for mobility, and how self-driving cars fit. In Condensed Soup, Chris and Ben discuss their best, worst, or funni…
 
One of my favorite examples of marketing to the unseen real or emotional reasons behind people's behaviors vs their post-rationalization. Let's talk CPG: toothpaste. And: Thanks for answering the survey / poll about the format of this show. You guys don't really like the 5 minute episodes. I'll try and keep them to 3-4 minutes. Going forward, this …
 
In this Episode, we speak to Liam Spradlin, a designer on Google's Material Design System, Speaker, author, and host of the famous Design Notes Podcast. We spoke about designing a design system, the difference between Android and iOS, and how he went about designing several typefaces. Design Notes: https://designnotes.fm/Liams Typefaces: https://ia…
 
In this episode we talk to Konstantin Lomashuk, the founder of P2P, a secure, non-custodial staking service for your cryptocurrency. Konstantin's Twitter P2P validator provides highly-secure, non-custodial staking infrastructure for your portfolio optimization and guarantees a successful staking experience. P2P is one of the largest validators acro…
 
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