#99 James & Per hide their hamburgers

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Three articles stumbled upon recently by James and Per are up for discussion in this Link Show. First up – Why It’s Totally Okay to Use a Hamburger Icon. Or rather, why you should support top tasks with your designs. Second – Content first design. Using content prototypes to perfect your content. Third and finally – […]

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#98 James & Per at From Business To Buttons 2015

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This podcast is episode of 6 recorded at From Business to Buttons 2015

UX Podcast attended the biggest UX conference in Sweden to date with over 850 attendees. “From Business To Buttons” was held on 21 April 2015. We managed to talk to three of the speakers on the day: Pamela Pavliscak, Cindy Alvarez and Mike Monteiro. To round up the day we were joined by Ben Sauer, UX Designer at Clearleft. […]

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#FBTB2015 interview with @monteiro

This podcast is episode 5 of 6 recorded at From Business to Buttons 2015

We talked to award winning presenter, legendary designer, podcaster and author, Mike Monteiro. Mike presentation at From Business to Buttons was 13 Ways designers screw up client presentations. An entertaining guide to better meetings. We learned from Mike the importance of confidence in meetings and how good business ethics can help form great client relationships. […]

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#FBTB2015 interview with @cindyalvarez

This podcast is episode 4 of 6 recorded at From Business to Buttons 2015

Cindy Alvarez, head of UX at Yammer,  joined us for chat. During the morning session she presented Embracing hypothesis driven-design. Yammer has great data sources and Cindy has overseen their adoption of hypothesis driven-design work. How does that work and what do they gain from it? #FBTB2015 interview with @cindyalvarez – Embracing hypothesis driven-design http://t.co/Iv0kpBUjY0 […]

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#FBTB2015 interview with @paminthelab

This podcast is episode 3 of 6 recorded at From Business to Buttons 2015

Pamela Pavliscak, founder of Change Sciences, joined us directly off stage at From Business To Buttons after her talk The Science of Happy Design (slides from SXSW). We talk to Pamela about happiness. If you are happy after using a website, you rate it better. You’re more likely to buy from it, use it again, recommend it. […]

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#97 James & Per & Joe peel onions

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We talk to Joe Leech about psychology for designers and bullshit science. We debunk some myths and “rules” that come across as truths. How do you construct an argument with facts rather than fiction? How do we validate our data inputs and build confidence in our designs and decisions? We get into the ethics of both […]

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#96 James & Per give micro-feedback

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Episode 96 is a linkshow. James and Per discuss three articles they’ve stumbled upon whilst roaming the internet. First – Leisa Reichelt tweeted that she thought domain expertise was at times a hindrance. We discuss her in-depth follow-up blog post. Second – Micro-feedback. Seizing opportunities at specific points to collect little bits of feedback to aid your research efforts. Third […]

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#95 James & Per & Ethan are responsive

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This podcast is episode 2 of 6 recorded at From Business to Buttons 2015

The father of the term Responsive Web Design, Ethan Marcotte, joins us for a chat. We talk, naturally, about responsive web design. How it came about, where it is today and where it’s heading. We even dip our toes into some practical solutions and discuss the challenges facing those of us working with and designing […]

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#94 James & Per & You

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In the style of a radio phone-in, James and Per open the door and invite in you, the listener. Our guests in our third listener phone-in ended up being James Buller, Jesper Bylund, Dan Turner, and Tim Wright. Agency, in-house or freelance? What kind of job is best when starting out in UX? How do […]

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#93 James & Per & Kim plan their journey

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This podcast is episode 1 of 6 recorded at From Business to Buttons 2015

We’re joined by Kim Goodwin author of Designing for the digital age and UX executive at both PatientsLikeMe and Cooper. We dive into the merits of journey mapping. What it is and how it can be useful. We also chat about UX principles, adoption and leadership. How to evolve processes into principles, getting UX adopted in your organisation, and […]

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