#77 James & Per & Caroline answer your survey

Form and survey specialist and author Caroline Jarrett joins us on this episode of UX Podcast. Unsurprisingly we chat about surveys and forms beginning with the subject’s roots in data capture and motion studies. Amongst other things we talk about the four steps involved in answering a question and problems such as non-response error and coverage […]

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#76 James & Per thank you for subscribing

Episode 76 is a link show. James and Per discuss three articles they’ve discovered on their digital travels. First – 45 days to plan a Tweet? Just a bit of bad press, deliberate PR? How do we know what’s true anymore? Second – Thank you for signing up! Pay attention to your thank you pages. And finally […]

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#75 James & Per & Dave share principles of agility

Dave Gray of Gamestorming fame joined us in Stockholm to share some stories around principles of agility. Patterns to guide you rather than dogma to rule you. Does your organisation have a culture that’s capable of being agile?  How do you survive in an agile environment and within connected teams? (Listening time: 41 minutes) Episode #75 @beantin […]

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#74 James & Per at Intranätverk 2014

This podcast is episode 5 of 5 recorded at Intranätverk 2014

James and Per jumped on the early morning train from Stockholm and headed down to Gothenburg for the international day of Intranätverk 2014, a conference focusing on intranets and the digital workplace. Recent years have seen quite a change in the intranet scene, user centric design methods are increasingly common place in intranet projects. We found […]

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#intranatverk Kristian Norling Interview

This podcast is episode 4 of 5 recorded at Intranätverk 2014

Kristian Norling is the man behind the Intranätverk conference. At the end of the day we catch a few words with him and talk about some of the trends we’ve spotted with intranets and digital workplaces.

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#intranatverk Wedge Black Interview

This podcast is episode 3 of 5 recorded at Intranätverk 2014

It’s not all strategy. We talk to Wedge Black about content tactics for your intranet.  How to create and publish effective content. We also have a chat about why, after all these years, there is so much poor content on intranets? Wedge’s presentation from Intranärverk. Free ebook: Creating intranet content: a guide for everyone.   […]

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#intranatverk Ingo Johansson Interview

This podcast is episode 2 of 5 recorded at Intranätverk 2014

Ingo Johansson was one of the speakers on day one of Intranätverk 2014. We grabbed him during a coffee break to talk about the onboarding process at NNE Pharmaplan which has just gone through a user-centric revamp. We hear how they managed to get HR to think “why” rather than just “what” and how new […]

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#intranatverk Ericsson: Annika & Helene interview

This podcast is episode 1 of 5 recorded at Intranätverk 2014

Annika Appeltofft opened the day at Intranätverk with a case study presentation about intranet governance at Ericsson. We talked to her and Ericsson Global Intranet Manager Helene Ekström shortly afterwards. We talked about their intranet governance and how user experience has been incorporate into how they develop and manage the ericsson intranet.  

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#73 James & Per & Russ plan a workshop

James and Per are joined by Russ Unger to talk about workshops. How do you plan and create a workshop? How do you become an awesome facilitator? We talk about workshops, meetings, presenting, facilitating and the skill of planning. “We’re all event planners now” says Russ. (Listening time 42 minutes) Episode 73: @beantin & @axbom […]

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#72 James & Per & comments for all

An accessible, user-centered comment system? How has no one managed to do that before? UX Podcast is joined by Malin Crona from The Centre for Easy-to-Read and Mikael Zackrisson from Ziggy Creative Colony to talk about the c4all commenting system. For the past 2 years they’ve been working to produce a commenting system for easy-to-read […]

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