This episode comes “live” from Conversion Jam 2 in Stockholm Sweden. A conference about conversion optimisation. In this episode we have a chat with Brian Clifton, author of Avanced Web Metrics one of the presenters this morning with a talked called “What the hell should we use all this web data for?”
This episode comes “live” from Conversion Jam 2 in Stockholm Sweden. A conference about conversion optimisation. We share our expectations for the day and have a chat with the first keynote speaker of the day, Craig Sullivan an optimisation rock-star (and DJ). We previously chatted with Craig in Episode 11 of UX Podcast about mobile optmisation.
(Listening time: 8 minutes)
Other UX Podcast episodes from Conversion Jam 2:
- Show 1 – Craig Sullivan, optimisation
- Show 2 – Brian Clifton, measure
- Show 3 – Annelie Näs, responsive
- Show 4 – Mårten Angner, top carousels
In this show James and Per were joined by Nathan Shedroff and Christopher Noessel authors of Make It So, interaction design lessons from science fiction. For a number of years Nathan and Chris have been collecting and investigating interfaces seen and used in science fiction, that research has now made it into book form.
Sara Andersson from Search Integration joins James and Per in Episode 24 to discuss search and No Ketchup. We talk to Sara about her long background in search and marketing, her passion for search and the “no ketchup” blog – doing honest work for clients, pulling the lid on sugar coated fluffy offers that deliver nothing, breaking down silos and helping clients learn more about search.
(Listening time: 33 minutes)
In this show we sat down at Kulturhuset in Stockholm together with Martin Christensen, user experience designer and agile coach, to talk about agile and how you apply it to multiple disciplines, including UX. Martin promised to give us a “silver bullet” solution for handling agile ux. Let’s listen and find out what it is…(Listening time: 27 minutes)
As well as talking to Dave about his workshop and preparation for it, we also got a few tips of gamestorming techniques that we as web and UX people could find useful.
In the second part of the show, we give you a few quick impressions from this mornings workshops.
(Listening time: 19 minutes)
Craig Sullivan, optimiseordie on Twitter, joins us in episode 11 of UXPodcast to talk about the best way to go about creating a mobile site.
For the past three years Craig has been working with Belron. During his time there he’s overseen an increase in conversation rate of 15% and mobile apps and websites account for up to 30% of revenue.
We touch upon research, user experience, user behaviour, strategy, and a whole load of other things as we discuss our way to mobile perfection.(32 minutes total listening time)
In Episode 9 of UXPodcast one of the topics we discussed was simulated eye tracking. In this episode, James and Per dedicate the entire show to discussing attention simulation tools. These are tools that use algorithms to analyse your website (or other visual media) to work out which part may attract attention.
After one failed attempted due to us missing that Tel Aviv changed to summer time, we’re were finally joined for this episode over Skype by Rafael Mizrahi, CEO of web based attention and attraction analysis tool Feng GUI.
We look into what the tool is, what it’s now, and importantly, in what situations it would it be useful to use it?(37 minutes total listening time)
In this month’s episode of UXPodcast James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom are joined by Christopher McCann to talk about the UX Community – or lack of it. What is UX? What is it that UXers do? Why does nobody understand us? How can we make UX more understood? Where is the silver bullet? The ride is spinning so fast, how do we avoid being thrown off?(Listening time: 29 minutes)