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UXLx: User Experience Lisbon
 
Enjoy the complete keynotes from the UXLx: User Experience Lisbon conferences.
 
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Recorded sessions from the IA Summit, the premier destination for those who practice, research and are interested in the structural design of shared information environments.
 
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The UX Blog: User Experience Design, Research & Strategy
 
Every week on The UX Blog Podcast, Nicholas Tenhue interviews user experience professionals about current trends, hot topics, and their careers. Learn about user-centered design, information architecture, user research, UX strategy, and interaction design. Nicholas interviews UXers at different stages in their career, from interns to executives. Find out more: www.theuxblog.com
 
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Boxes and Arrows Podcast
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The Boxes and Arrows Podcast interviews authors from the site as well as other professionals in the field of Information Architecture, Interaction Design, and User Experience from around the world.
 
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Peter Morville's Podcast
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Peter Morville hosts a series of informal conversations about planning for disruption, organizing the future, information architecture, and the nature of information in systems.
 
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UPA 2010 Conference Podcast
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Podcast from the Usability Professionals' Association 2010 conference in Munich, Germany
 
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Noise Between Stations
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Noise Between Stations is a podcast about the potential of digital design hosted by Victor Lombardi. We explore the intersection of the Internet, software, hardware, business, and life. We explain things in layperson's terms, but most of our audience is designers and technologists. We focus on issues like product design, visual design, interaction design, information architecture, content strategy, and business strategy. Noise Between Stations is hosted by Victor Lombardi, author of the book ...
 
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Interview with Mark Baker, author of Every Page is Page One, interspersed with audio snippets from Day 1 of the UAEurope 2017 conference. Presentations: Caroline Loverage (Thermo Fisher Scientific). Teaching by Example: Worked Examples in the Documentation of Complex Systems Kelly O'Brien (Kayako). Practical Information Architecture: Building T ...…
 
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Bleeding Edge Podcast
 
Mr. Robi Sen serves as the Chief Technical Officer of Department 13 International Limited. He served as Managing Partner and Senior Vice President of Government Practice at Twin Technologies, Inc. He has over 15 years of experience in senior and executive management. Mr. Sen is a communications industry professional with a 25 year career in IT, ...…
 
Published on 18 Jan 2017. In March of 2008, David had just read a wonderful book on information architecture and website design by Steve Krug, entitled. "Don't Make Me Think." Turning lessons learned about design towards his home turf of investing, this inspired David to publish an essay titled, "Great Stocks Don't Make You Think!" Today we rev ...…
 
Panelists: Jessica Kerr | Sam Livingston-Gray | Rein Henrichs | Coraline Ada Ehmke Guest Starring: Amy Unger: @cdwort | Heroku Show Notes: 00:16 – Welcome to “JIRA Card Catalogs and The People Who Love Them” …we mean, “Greater Than Code!” 01:05 – Superpower Origin Story, Growing Up with a Computer in the Family, and Being a Teenager Unlocking t ...…
 
Panelists: Jessica Kerr | Sam Livingston-Gray | Rein Henrichs | Coraline Ada Ehmke Guest Starring: Amy Unger: @cdwort | Heroku Show Notes: 00:16 – Welcome to “JIRA Card Catalogs and The People Who Love Them” …we mean, “Greater Than Code!” 01:05 – Superpower Origin Story, Growing Up with a Computer in the Family, and Being a Teenager Unlocking t ...…
 
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Raise & Engage: A Filters-Off Podcast Series for Nonprofits
 
On today’s podcast episode we are talking about Website Design Trends for 2017, including visual design, content and mobile. Our guests are Aga Siuda and Jay Schultz, design leads at Blackbaud who design responsive websites for nonprofit clients. Listen in as we discuss the hottest design strategies and trends for nonprofits today. Topics discu ...…
 
Like many user experience folks, Lou Rosenfeld started somewhere (library science), made his way somewhere else (information architecture), and has ended up in an entirely different place (publishing). He’s widely known for co-authoring the IA “bible,” Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (i.e. Polar Bear book). In this episode, Fjor ...…
 
Like many user experience folks, Lou Rosenfeld started somewhere (library science), made his way somewhere else (information architecture), and has ended up in an entirely different place (publishing). He’s widely known for co-authoring the IA “bible,” Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (i.e. Polar Bear book). In this episode, Fjor ...…
 
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MATE: Marketing, Advertising, Technology and Entrepreneurship
 
Tait Ischia is a copywriter, content strategist and author. His book, ‘Copywrong to copywriter’, is a handbook for anyone who feels like they can’t write to save themselves. In this episode of MATE, we talk about what’s involved in defining a successful content strategy, how to write copy that converts more customers and how to launch a crowdfu ...…
 
Download Episode 70 Episode 70: Adam Dymitruk of Adaptech Solutions Drew's Meetup Picks of the Week DDD/CQRS/ES Practitioners (The Tribe, 68 Water Street, 4th floor) 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM PolyglotVancouver (Unbounce, Suite #400 - 401 W. Georgia St) 6:00 PM Special Guest Adam Dymitruk of Adaptech Solutions Host Drew Ogryzek and special guest Adam D ...…
 
Episode 69: John Richardson of Ethelo Decisions Intro Host Drew Ogryzek opens the show with more special mentions and giveaways! Scott Bellware presents a Ruby Microservices workshop in Vancouver, April 29th and 30th: Retweet https://goo.gl/dTue29 with @vantechpodcast to be entered into a draw for a free ticket! (Drawing and winner announcement ...…
 
In this episode we get to speak with the founder and publisher of Rosenfeld Media, Lou Rosenfeld. We explore Lou’s career journey from Library Science to UX to Information Architecture and now Publishing. Lou Rosenfeld is Rosenfeld Media’s founder and publisher. Like many user experience folk, Lou started somewhere (library science), made his w ...…
 
Setting clear expectations Holding boundaries Left-right media Creative Mornings (Dallas) World Information architecture Day (IA is a subdivision of UX) Lots of in-person marketing to get business Three Cups of Tea:https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000OT8GTO/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1 Unplanned, organic relationship-building Fosterin ...…
 
170319PM WNS-Final Prophetic Trends.docx What’s Next for Planet Earth: A Current Assessment of The Ten Signs of His Coming Matthew 24 Please open with me to Matthew 24[1]. The disciples ask Jesus a question that interests all of us, I’m so glad they did. Follow along as they ask in Matthew 24:3, and as Jesus answers them in verse 8 and 33. This ...…
 
Marcy Sutton: @marcysutton | marcysutton.com | Deque Systems Show Notes: 01:07 - Deque Systems 01:54 - Accessibility Tool Integration and Testing 05:26 - Configuration and Success Criteria 07:04 - What is accessibility? WCAG 09:22 - Spurring Adoption of Accessibility 12:09 - The Accessibility Matrix 16:56 - Accessibility-First Development 18:12 ...…
 
In today’s special episode of Smashing The Plateau, we’re talking to three illustrious guest speakers from NAWBO NYC’s upcoming Small Business Bootcamp. Bestselling author Gretchen Rubin, communication expert and speaker Robyn Hatcher, and entrepreneurial powerhouse Maurice Bretzfield explore the importance of finding outer accountability, the ...…
 
Intro Guest co-host Kim Hansen, CEO of Signl.fm and Drew Ogryzek open the show with some discussions about speak to text, Web RTC, machine learning, tensorflow, IBM's Watson, Go Time transcribed, how games like Katamari Damacy show the human tendency to derive satisfaction from cleaning up, the convenience of Google Now, how CES was all about A ...…
 
Intro Guest co-host Kim Hansen, CEO of Signl.fm and Drew Ogryzek open the show with some discussions about speak to text, Web RTC, machine learning, tensorflow, IBM's Watson, Go Time transcribed, how games like Katamari Damacy show the human tendency to derive satisfaction from cleaning up, the convenience of Google Now, how CES was all about A ...…
 
Margaret Hanley has experience delivering and growing UX capabilities for clients like the BBC, Razorfish and WTG, she has taught user experience management at global conferences, has spoken at various summits including IA in Atlanta, on retail IA for Debenhams and UX Australia and has been the Director of Information Architecture for Argus Ass ...…
 
GINNY REDISH Ginny Redish is a world-renowned specialist in plain language, writing for the web and user experience (UX) research and design. She set up one of the first independent usability test laboratories in North America and is the author of Letting Go of the Words—Writing Web Content that Works. In this podcast she shares her passion to ...…
 
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Vancouver Tech Podcast
 
Episode 61: Renee Hildebrand We're excited to have a special guest host this week, Holly Peck, Director of Women Who Code (Vancouver) who joins us for the interview with Renee! Alex & Drew open the show talking about interviews at Drew's workplace, talentful and The Bike Shed Podcast and discuss Alex's coding progress which you can read more ab ...…
 
Jon McKenzie is a visiting professor in Cornell University’s English Department and a Dean’s Fellow for Media and Design. He is a teacher, an artist, and a teacher of artists. Jon and his students refuse to be constrained by the traditional academic media of articles and books, and instead work together to communicate ideas using alternative me ...…
 
In March of 2008, David had just read a wonderful book on information architecture and website design by Steve Krug, entitled. "Don't Make Me Think." Turning lessons learned about design towards his home turf of investing, this inspired David to publish an essay titled, "Great Stocks Don't Make You Think!" Today we revisit that essay, the lesso ...…
 
Episode 54: Julia Zhou, Digital Economy Forum Alex and Drew open the show talking about the previous and upcoming meetups in the Vancouver tech scene. Also mentioned is the One Kindness project which you can find more information at: One Kindness Challenge. Our guest this week is Julia Zhou of the Digital Economy Forum which is a startup non pr ...…
 
Episode 54: Julia Zhou, Digital Economy Forum Alex and Drew open the show talking about the previous and upcoming meetups in the Vancouver tech scene. Also mentioned is the One Kindness project which you can find more information at: One Kindness Challenge. Our guest this week is Julia Zhou of the Digital Economy Forum which is a startup non pr ...…
 
Sarah Doody joined us to talk about anticipatory design. What if we didn’t need to find and search through information to help us make decisions. What if instead, information came to us at the right time and with the right context? Professor Andrea Resmini discusses mapping cross-channel ecosystems. We asked Andrea to explain what cross-channel ...…
 
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Hard Refresh Podcast
 
The EMyth Incident Revisited This is the story of how a web development company was really excited to launch an updated version of its own website, and it went wrong in just about the worst way possible. So I was watching this torrent of matrix-like text just roll across my screen, thinking about rocketlift.com because we’re working on rocketli ...…
 
Jim Kalbach is a noted author, speaker, and instructor in user experience design, information architecture, and strategy. He is currently the Head of Consulting and Education with MURAL, a leading online whiteboard for digital collaboration. Previously, Jim has worked with large companies, such as Audi, SONY, Elsevier Science, Lexis Nexis, Citr ...…
 
Nate & Brett discuss takeaways from their favorite MozCon presentations. Topics include keyword Research, feature snippets & better information architecture. Issues Discussed Keyword Research – Is there anything new from Pete Myers’ “Gather, Group, Generate” process? If not, how should you go about keyword research? Featured Snippets – “Ranking ...…
 
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Vancouver Tech Podcast
 
Episode 49: Launch Academy Drew and guest co-host Alexandra Moxin talk about what qualifies someone as a senior software developer vs. intermediate or junior and how that changes depending on company, product, project and type of skills required. They also touch on project management, event storming, learning to code, meetups around town, then ...…
 
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Vancouver Tech Podcast
 
Episode 49: Launch Academy Drew and guest co-host Alexandra Moxin talk about what qualifies someone as a senior software developer vs. intermediate or junior and how that changes depending on company, product, project and type of skills required. They also touch on project management, event storming, learning to code, meetups around town, then ...…
 
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WordPress for Nonprofits
 
On this episode of WordPress for Nonprofits, I interview Cindy Leonard. Who you are and what you do Cindy works for the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is a capacity-building center that offers affordable consulting and educational workshops among other services. Cindy builds web ...…
 
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WordPress for Nonprofits
 
On this episode of WordPress for Nonprofits, I interview Cindy Leonard. Who you are and what you do Cindy works for the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is a capacity-building center that offers affordable consulting and educational workshops among other services. Cindy builds web ...…
 
MORE ABOUT MARIANNE Marianne Sweeny is a well-known Search Information architect, SEO and user experience designer. Many moons ago she started advocating the relationship between information architecture, user experience and search engines. Her charming wit and intellect make her a sought after speaker at many conferences and this interview tel ...…
 
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UXLx: User Experience Lisbon
 
Mike Atherton This is not your usual UX talk. It’s a little about information architecture, a bit about content strategy, but mostly it’s about how we can use information floating around the web to build content-rich products, and how we should try harder to weave our work into the fabric of the network. Linked Open Data lets us expose, share, ...…
 
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Vancouver Tech Podcast
 
Drew and James jump right into things because Audacity crashed during the first part of the show! That's ok, though; we still have the meetups and our special guest: Sam Sullivan from PNI Digital. Sam Sullivan is a development manager at PNI Digital, but he is also the organizer of the Pluralsight Study Group meetup. PNI flys under the radar, b ...…
 
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Vancouver Tech Podcast
 
Drew and James jump right into things because Audacity crashed during the first part of the show! That's ok, though; we still have the meetups and our special guest: Sam Sullivan from PNI Digital. Sam Sullivan is a development manager at PNI Digital, but he is also the organizer of the Pluralsight Study Group meetup. PNI flys under the radar, b ...…
 
Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms 2016 Gartner press release on their "modern BI platform" "AgileAnalytics: Agile Real-Time BI with Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle GoldenGate" "Oracle BI Hybrid BI : Mode 1 + Mode 2, Cloud + On-Premise Business Analytics" "Introducing the Upd ...…
 
Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms 2016 Gartner press release on their "modern BI platform" "AgileAnalytics: Agile Real-Time BI with Oracle Business Intelligence, Oracle Data Integrator and Oracle GoldenGate" "Oracle BI Hybrid BI : Mode 1 + Mode 2, Cloud + On-Premise Business Analytics" "Introducing the Upd ...…
 
Planning isn't just a leadership skill. It's a superpower. And information architecture isn't just for websites. It's for org design.
 
Abby Covert comes to talk information architecture, systems, and finding clarity in a messy world. We talk about digital cats! (briefly)
 
Drawing on her personal experience with the devastation of tropical storm Sandy in 2012, Amy explains why a natural disaster is an information architecture problem.
 
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The UX Blog: User Experience Design, Research & Strategy
 
The UX Blog Podcast Episode 6 Designing a Conference Experience Donna Spencer, Conference Organizer of UX Australia, has worked with a wide range of client types, including government, telecommunications, insurance, retail, not-for-profit, and higher education. She's worked in UX for over 18 years and has written books on information architectu ...…
 
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Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots
 
Chris delves into marketing mode for the TDD course, removes more client-side analytics code, and starts redesigning the information architecture on Upcase. On FormKeep, Ben alerts users to site down-time, removes all pay-per-form logic from the codebase, and begins to set up trials sans credit-card. Upcase FormKeep Netflix Culture Deck Fundame ...…
 
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Giant Robots Smashing Into Other Giant Robots
 
Chris delves into marketing mode for the TDD course, removes more client-side analytics code, and starts redesigning the information architecture on Upcase. On FormKeep, Ben alerts users to site down-time, removes all pay-per-form logic from the codebase, and begins to set up trials sans credit-card. Upcase FormKeep Netflix Culture Deck Fundame ...…
 
Jon and Alex survey the User Experience landscape in our new weekly show, covering information architecture, hamburger icons, flight booking, patronage models for payment, and, of course, Pokémon GO. (We're on trend.) Show links * Topic 1: IA skill set deficit Jon’s tweet about IA errors: https://twitter.com/ergonjon/status/708030083966103553 S ...…
 
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