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#143 Chatbots & emotional data with Daniel Harvey & Pamela Pavliscak

In a chat based world, the words are the UI. Rather than tapping or clicking, we’re writing and responding. Daniel Harvey talked to us about chatbots and AI and how we are heading for a future where appstores are going to be replaced by botstores. As the internet of things grows and the use of chatbots […]

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Interview with @paminthelab at #interactLDN 2016

This podcast is episode 4 of 6 recorded at Interact London 2016

Pamela Pavliscak joined us right after her day 2 keynote to talk to us about when your internet things know how you feel. We talk about recognising and utilising emotions as part of a more connected world. What will happen when machines can know how we feel? Interview with @paminthelab at #interactLDN 2016 – When Your […]

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#103 What is Zero UI?

A Linkshow. James and Per discuss three recent articles they have found on their digital travels. Our first article is Designing with Analytics by one of our previous guests Pamela Pavliscak. Hands on advice for using web analytics for research. Our second article is What is Zero UI? John Brownlee’s Coverage of Andy Goodman‘s talk […]

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#98 James & Per at From Business To Buttons 2015

This podcast is episode 1 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 @paminthelab

This podcast is episode 4 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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