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UX Research Geeks is unsurprisingly a podcast all about User Experience, Design, Research, and everything that goes along with it. It is hosted by a senior UX researcher and overall a badass human Tina Ličková, brought to you by UXtweak (www.uxtweak.com), an all-in-one UX research tool. Join us in geeking out over research with senior researchers, designers, speakers, CEOs, startup founders, and many many more. See what's Tina – UX Reasearch Geeks host up to: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lickova/
 
Join hosts Brittany Ekelund and Dylan Cave as they explore the scholarly and creative activities happening at MacEwan University with a focus on how faculty influence and/or incorporate students, teaching and the larger community into their projects. Each episode, Brittany and Dylan are joined by a MacEwan faculty member to dive into their scholarly projects and bring them to life. Covering topics from theatre, community-based research and advocacy to mental health, neuroscience and everythi ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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
 
Take a deeper look into the human element in our ever changing digital world. Human Factors Cast is a podcast that investigates the sciences of psychology, engineering, biomechanics, industrial design, physiology and anthropometry and how it affects our interaction with technology. Hosted by Nick Roome, Blake Arnsdorff, and Barry Kirby.
 
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 ...
 
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Design Disciplin

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Design Disciplin

Dr. Mehmet Aydın Baytaş

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Design Disciplin is a resource and community for design and innovation. We publish a podcast, videos, and articles to illuminate professional paths through “design” and its many facets – creativity, business, technology, art, research, philosophy, personal growth, and more.
 
The Podcast behind the Science and Design of Virtual Reality and Spatial Computing. By combining our background in Cognitive Science and VR Research, we break down important Neuroscience to extract Design principles. Each week, we feature the companies, founders, and researchers that are shapers of this Immersive Tech Industry. Join our Discord community for Episode discussions, guest suggestions, and listener-only meetups!: https://discord.gg/rrgnxEk
 
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Talking D&T

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Talking D&T

Dr Alison Hardy

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Talking D&T is a podcast about design and technology education. Join me, Dr Alison Hardy, as I share news, views, ideas and opinions about D&T. I also talk about D&T with teachers, researchers and academics from the D&T community. The views on this podcast are my own and of those I am interviewing and are not connected to my institution. Much of the content is work in progress. As well as talking about D&T, I use it to explore new ideas and thoughts related to D&T education and my research, ...
 
A podcast from BWBR. For the curious. For the obsessed. For those with a craving to take their organizations and spaces to new heights, with a side of design. We explore topics and issues affecting how we heal, learn, work, research, play and pray with those whose passion and expertise centers on the spaces that enable us to do all of that.
 
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.
 
Action Design Radio explores a variety of topics through the lens of behavioral science and psychology. Hosts Erik Johnson and Zarak Khan interview experts and practitioners to learn about cutting edge behavioral research, and how to practically apply it to fields like public policy and consumer products. The podcast is supported by the Action Design Network, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded in 2012 to promote the use of behavioral economics and psychology with over 10,000 members a ...
 
Zero Knowledge is a podcast which goes deep into the tech that will power the emerging decentralised web and the community building this. Covering the latest in zero knowledge research and applications, the open web as well as future technologies and paradigms that promise to change the way we interact — and transact — with one another online. Zero Knowledge is hosted by Anna Rose Follow the show at @ZeroKnowledgefm (https://twitter.com/zeroknowledgefm) or @AnnaRRose (https://twitter.com/Ann ...
 
Longevity by Design is a podcast for individuals looking to experience a longer, healthier life. In each episode, Dr. Gil Blander joins a co-host and an industry expert to explore a personalized health journey. The show helps you access science-backed information, unpack complicated concepts, learn what’s on the cutting edge of longevity research and the scientists behind them. Tune into Longevity by Design and see how to add years onto your life...and life onto your years.
 
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Veritalk

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Veritalk

Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

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Do you have a curious mind? Do you sometimes daydream about having a PhD in literature, science, or history? Go inside the minds of PhDs at Harvard University with the Veritalk podcast. Veritalk is produced at Harvard’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. In each three-episode miniseries of Veritalk, you’ll hear how PhD students from different fields are trying to answer really big questions about the world.
 
The Design Better podcast delivers insights from the world’s most renowned creative leaders, empowering teams to transform their practice and build remarkable products. This series is hosted by Aarron Walter and Eli Woolery and brought to you by InVision, the digital product design platform used to make the world’s best customer experiences. Discover more best practices, research, and resources at www.designbetter.com.
 
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21st Century Design

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21st Century Design

Rodrigo Bautista / Jan Leyssens

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21st Century Design is a research podcast by Engage by Design (Rodrigo Bautista) and Regenerative Design (Jan Leyssens), in which we ask designers, tech-experts, writers, theorists, academics, activists and campaigners 5 questions on the future and role of design in creating the 21st Century. You can find out more about our podcast and what we intend to do with it on www.21stcenturydesign.org .
 
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Doing Translational Research

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Doing Translational Research

Bronfenbrenner Center at Cornell University

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Doing Translational Research explores the process of translating research findings into policy and practice and working with practitioners and policy makers to design more effective research studies. The podcast is produced by The Bronfenbrenner Center for Translational Research (BCTR) at Cornell University. The BCTR expands, strengthens, and speeds the connections between research, policy, and practice to enhance human development and well-being.
 
Research in Action is a weekly podcast about topics and issues related to research in higher education from experts across a range of disciplines.
 
Exploration of how psychological research can be applied to improving performance, accelerating skill acquisition and designing new technologies in sports and other high performance domains. Hosted by Rob Gray, professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, the podcast will review basic concepts and discuss the latest research in these areas.
 
In the Research Matters Podcast, I interview leading scientific researchers in psychology and other social sciences in an effort to understand what they do that makes them productive. This podcast is intended to help graduate students, professors, and scientists learn actionable strategies that can help them in their own research endeavors. I strive to help draw out the tips, tricks, habits, and routines of extraordinarily productive researchers. In these interviews, we cover topics like: Ho ...
 
Through deep research and high-strangeness storytelling, three brothers explore paranormal encounters and unexplained events. Collecting freaky listener stories and scouring the dusty pages of classic Fortean texts, the brothers use high-production sound design to set the scene for alleged real encounters with, Dogman, Poltergeists, Bigfoot, Fairy Folk, Humanoids, UFOs, Shadow People, and Sky Creatures.. just to name a few. Attempting to parse out the fact within folklore, the brothers of th ...
 
Design Feeling is a new podcast and community platform for design thinkers, people gatherers, dot connectors, technologists and creative problem solvers who want to increase their self-awareness, creative confidence and meaning. Join Nirish Shakya, Design Thinking Consultant, Educator and Coach, and his expert guests as they explore the human behind the human-centred designer. Their mission is to help you become a more empowered problem solver with a clearer mission for others and more compa ...
 
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Path to Zero

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Path to Zero

Propane Education & Research Council

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Path to Zero is a podcast focused on clean energy and the journey toward a low-carbon future. Zero emissions is a goal we can all get behind, but how do we meet the growing energy demands of the world AND reduce carbon in the atmosphere?
 
A podcast interested in the how's and why's of user experience research. Through interviews with industry experts and hands-on trial and error, we indulge and celebrate curiosity. Expect to test assumptions, examine methods, and engage in some old fashion experiments.
 
Hello and Welcome to Physical Activity Researcher Podcast! Physical Activity Researcher Podcast is the source of the latest research findings on all things related to physical activity, exercise, and health. World-renowned scientists and experts as guests in an informal and relaxed interview style format. New episodes on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. The podcast is for anyone who likes to learn scientific and evidence-based knowledge of physical activity, exercise, and health. Our listener ...
 
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a16z Podcast

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a16z Podcast

Andreessen Horowitz

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The a16z Podcast discusses tech and culture trends, news, and the future – especially as ‘software eats the world’. It features industry experts, business leaders, and other interesting thinkers and voices from around the world. This podcast is produced by Andreessen Horowitz (aka “a16z”), a Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm. Multiple episodes are released every week; visit a16z.com for more details and to sign up for our newsletters and other content as well!
 
Life is complicated, but we love simple answers. AI and robotics are changing the nature of work. Emojis change the way we write. Fossil Fuels were once the engine of progress, now we're in a race to change how we power the planet. We're constantly trying to save ourselves...from ourselves. Join Anthropologist and culture expert Dr. Adam Gamwell for curated conversations with humanity’s top makers and minds on our creative potential through design, culture, business and technology. Change yo ...
 
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If you’d like to support resources like this show, please consider donating to reasons.org/show Culture Talk: What is Dark Matter and Does it Matter? with astrophysicist Hugh Ross Dig Deeper: https://reasons.org/explore/blogs/todays-new-reason-to-believe/unveiling-a-mystery-of-cosmic-dark-matter Everyday Apologetics: Experiencing Dark Matter and Da…
 
We’re back! In our first episode after a summer break, Erik is joined by previous guest Laurel Newman to flip the tables and interview Zarak on how he applies behavioral science to the field of organizational innovation. Aside from being co-host of this podcast, Zarak is a Senior Manager in Edward Jones' Firm Strategy Enablement Office, as well as …
 
Archives are much more than silent repositories of historical material. They are rich sites for teaching and learning, for collaboration and for creative and critical exploration of our past, present and future. In their new book, Teaching through the Archives: Text, Collaboration, and Activism (Southern Illinois University Press, 2022), Tarez Samr…
 
Listen to this interview with Jo Mackiewicz, professor of rhetoric and professional communication at Iowa State University, and with Isabelle Thompson, emerita professor of technical and professional communication and former coordinator of the English Center at Auburn University. We talk about their book Talk about Writing: The Tutoring Strategies …
 
In the late nineteenth century, medical educators intent on transforming American physicians into scientifically trained, elite professionals recognized the value of medical school design for their reform efforts. Between 1893 and 1940, nearly every medical college in the country rebuilt or substantially renovated its facility. In Building Schools,…
 
Jesse Cook is a PhD candidate in the Dr. David Plante Sleep Research Laboratory and studies biological, psychological and sociological factors that connect with unexplained excessive sleepiness. He was first drawn to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) research through the connection between sleep health and AD, and the prevention, detection and potential tre…
 
Can athletes perceive which balls, sticks, bats, racquets, etc afford the greatest opportunity for hitting, throwing, etc? What information do they use for this and how does it relate to Gibson’s concept of dynamic touch? How can we use this better design and fit sports equipment? Articles: Perceiving the sweet spot Learning to throw to maximum dis…
 
Often it’s the little things, and not the flashy technology or slick user interface that make a product or experience memorable. The handwritten note from customer service, or the humorous quote that pops up as you’re waiting for a screen to load. Our guest today, Felicia Hatcher, calls these “moments of enchantment,” and she advocates for more opp…
 
In this episode of the Anthro to UX podcast, Frank Romagosa speaks with Matt Artz about his UX journey, from starting at E-Lab (Sapient) to his current role as Senior User Experience Researcher at CloudSort Corporation. The conversation covers the earlier days of design research, the maturation of UX, and why surprise is helpful when presenting ins…
 
The Future of Everything with Russ Altman:E192 | How to design algorithms with fairness in mindAlgorithms are behind many serious decisions in mortgages, medicine, and a range of other areas. A computer scientist explains how we can build notions of fairness into algorithms.Algorithms inform the news you read, the TV shows you watch, and the advert…
 
Listen to this interview of Nicholas Rowe, researcher and educator based in Finland. We talk his book The Realities of Completing a PhD: How to Plan for Success (Routledge, 2021) and about what needs to change. Nicholas Rowe : "Writing for different purposes, for different audiences is a huge skill, because people are going to need this communicati…
 
In this episode I unpack Ni et al.’s (2022) publication titled “Teachers as curriculum co-designers: Supporting professional learning and curriculum implementation in a CSforAll RPP project,” which shares results of an RPP where teachers collaboratively designed an app development curriculum that they implemented in their classrooms. Click here for…
 
James Mckinnon is a human-technologist and human-centered researcher in digital health and service design. His work explores areas where business, technology, and design merge together to impact digital services, people, and society. You. Me. Us. We. is a human-centered research lab led by James. The studio’s work is driven by inclusive and equitab…
 
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[ ATTN BELIEFLINGS!: Tune in to our YouTube Channel tonight (Aug 6th) at 5:45PM PST / 8:45PM EST to chat it up with us and fellow Belieflings LIVE in the youtube chat during a video premiere of this episode!... it's a real fun hang ;) ] It’s a warm summer night.. You’re all alone in the orange grove, and decide to take advantage of the solitude by …
 
Don Simons is CEO, Insights of the advertising, technology and data firm, Big Village, a highly innovative Top 50 insights firm that you may know as Engine prior to their rebranding. With Big Village, Don is helping lead the industry charge toward linking insights to activation to produce meaningful, commercial results. But did you know that, over …
 
Opportunities for involvement in sports in later life have increased significantly and many sports around the globe have competitions and categories for Masters/Veteran athletes. At the same time, researchers have explored the experiences and meanings of being an older athlete, showing tensions in individual experiences as well as in shifting socia…
 
#016 Councillors, therapy, meditation - Courtney Carlsson tried them all but what she needed was a structure to ask herself deliberate questions consistently to learn more about herself. Courtney is a CEO and Founder of the mental health app Paradym which she started after battling with her own mental health challenges. Courtney shares her personal…
 
How can a library change the world? How can an art library change the art school or the gallery? Or even an art practice? In Shelf Documents: Art Library as Practice (Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, 2021), artists, writers, curators, teachers, and librarians reflect on how they can use the beloved library as a source of inspiration or a fiel…
 
A special opportunity to hear from Sara Custer, editor of The Campus (Times Higher Education), about the role of journalism and reporting in higher education. Avi and Sara cover topics ranging from the role of media in increasing cross-institution collaboration and sharing during the pandemic to how universities can do a better job supporting their…
 
In this podcast, Pat Chibbaro interviews Sumun Khetpal and Arun Gosain about the article, “The Impact of Social Determinants of Health in Facial and Craniomaxillofacial Reconstruction: Can We Do Better?" The article is published in the July 2022 issue of CPCJ. Click here to read the article.
 
This week on the show, we talk about how to categorize conversational interfaces. We also answer some questions from the community about human factors engineering being considered design, how to run concept testing that isn’t worthless, and we cover some insights from the UXPA Salary report. Check out the latest from our sister podcast - 1202 The H…
 
In this episode Conal Elliott gives a more concrete presentationon what is Denotational Design is and how to use it in practice. It is a continuation of episode #17, in which we had an in-depth philosophicalconversation to explain why he believes thatDenotational Design is a superior form of reasoning in the realm of computerscience. We also contin…
 
The Effect: An Introduction to Research Design and Causality (Routledge, 2021) is about methods for using observational data to make causal inferences. It provides an extensive discussion of causality and the variety of both obvious and subtle challenges to inferring a causal relationship between the variables, using causal diagrams. It then goes t…
 
In Academic Outsider: Stories of Exclusion and Hope (Stanford University Press, 2022), sociologist Victoria Reyes combines her personal experiences with research findings to examine how academia creates conditional citizenship for its marginalized members. Reyes draws from her family background, experiences during routine university life, and acade…
 
Paul A. Djupe, Anand Edward Sokhey, and Amy Erica Smith, The Knowledge Polity: Teaching and Research in the Social Sciences (Oxford UP, 2022) explores a more holistic understanding of knowledge production in the social sciences, moving beyond the publication process often required by those in tenure/tenure-track positions to thinking about the role…
 
Whether it’s moderating a live panel discussion, managing your (virtual) All Hands meeting, or even guiding a cross-functional team to a decision in an important meeting, mastering the art of helping a group communicate is a critical skill for many of us. In this episode from November 2020, expert communications and presentations coach Matt Abraham…
 
Join Drs. Hugh Ross and David Block as they discuss the theological and philosophical implications of the dynamically open systems in our universe and how those systems point to the reality of God’s existence. In this episode, Hugh and David discuss how the gold-plated mirrors of the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) are revealing a plethora of det…
 
If you’d like to support resources like this show, please consider donating to reasons.org/show Culture Talk: Did Jesus Say He Was God? with professor George Haraksin Dig Deeper: https://reasons.org/team/george-haraksin Everyday Apologetics: Explaining the Trinity with theologian Ken Keathley Dig Deeper: https://reasons.org/team/ken-keathley Scienc…
 
In this week’s episode, Anna catches up with Zaki Manian from Sommelier and Dean Tribble from Agoric. They check-in with the latest project news, recap about the UST collapse, and look into IST - Inter Stable Token - a project by the Agoric team that aims to become the Cosmos native multi collateral stablecoin. Here are some links for this episode:…
 
For well over one hundred years, people have been attempting to make American colleges and universities more efficient and more accountable. Indeed, Ethan Ris argues in Other People's Colleges: The Origins of American Higher Education Reform (U Chicago Press, 2022), the reform impulse is baked into American higher education, the result of generatio…
 
Why They Hate Us: How Racist Rhetoric Impacts Education (Teachers College Press, 2021) examines how racist political rhetoric has created damaging and dangerous conditions for Students of Color in schools and higher education institutions throughout the United States. The authors show how the election of the 45th president has resulted in a definin…
 
Audio of the ProPASS' 4th Annual Meeting 27-28 April 2022 - The CONSTANCES cohort, a research infrastructure for epidemiology- Dr Marcel Goldberg - Singapore Population Health Studies- Prof Falk Muller Riemenschneider Setting up and expanding large international consortia of wearable devices data. Physical Activity Researcher Podcast, ProPASS, and …
 
‘’Doing remarkable things can only be done at a place where you can be who you are, and have that freedom where you fit into that team and where all of the stuff you do is appreciated. ‘’ – Eelko Lommers. Welcome to the UX Institute podcast, hosted by UXI founder Mark Swaine. This show is focused on the transformational journeys and learnings from …
 
Listen to this interview of Vivian Kao, Associate Professor of Composition and Coordinator of the First-Year Writing Program, and Julia Kiernan, Assistant Professor of Communication and Coordinator of Technical and Professional Communication — both at Lawrence Technological University, Michigan. It's more than just hot air — we talk about their STE…
 
In this episode we speak to EWP PhD graduate and EWP and ITP adjunct faculty Holly Adler from her classroom in Oakland, CA. As a teacher of underprivileged and marginalized youth, Holly discusses alternative approaches to education beyond the mythos and narratives of neoliberal normativity, which aims to help students critically engage with cultura…
 
Jesse Cook is a PhD candidate in the Dr. David Plante Sleep Research Laboratory and studies biological, psychological and sociological factors that connect with unexplained excessive sleepiness. He was first drawn to Alzheimer’s disease (AD) research through the connection between sleep health and AD, and the prevention, detection and potential tre…
 
So, by now we all know movement variability is good! But it’s not all good. A look at a framework for categorizing different types of movement variability and how it might allow us to better design training to enhance the good. Articles:A Proposed Framework to Describe Movement Variability within Sporting Tasks: A Scoping Review More information: h…
 
While polls of Republican voters still show strong support for former president Trump, some of the most powerful testimony against him during the January 6 Congressional hearings have been by members of his administration and party. In this episode we hear from Stanford Law Professor Michael W. McConnell, a former judge on the U. S. Court of Appeal…
 
What have we learned from the Congressional hearings into the January 6 storming of the Capitol and then-President Donald Trump's attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election? Join Stanford criminal law expert Professor Robert Weisberg for a discussion of the hearings—what we learned and who might face criminal charges.Originally aired on Si…
 
In this interview with Ben Owens, we discuss Ben’s transition from working as an engineer to working in K-12 education, opensource as a metaphor for teaching and learning, various stakeholder reactions to opensource resources and learning, bridging the gap between out-of-school and in-school learning, iterating on teaching and learning, and so much…
 
Lorenzo Bernaschina is the developer of Gems Notes, a note-taking tool that uses artificial intelligence to find relationships between ideas. In this conversation, we talk about smart note-taking and how technology might be used to extend rather than replace human intelligence. Show notes Lorenzo’s personal website Lorenzo Bernaschina (LinkedIn) @i…
 
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