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#230 Growth marketing with Sara Öhman

What is growth marketing? We were curious so we asked Swedish digital marketing expert Sara Öhman to join us and explain what is it and share some of the methods and processes she has in her toolbox.

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#229 Just enough research with Erika Hall

Six years have passed since Erika Hall published Just Enough Research. Recently she’s released an updated second edition. We took the opportunity to talk to her about her book and research.

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#227 Imposter syndrome with Amy Silvers & Lori Cavallucci (UXP Classic)

In this classic interview from 2015, we talk to Lori Cavallucci and Amy Silvers to learn more about imposter syndrome – what is it and how it effects us. Why does our branch in particular seem to suffer from...

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#226 Improv with Mike Gorgone

How is improvisation, or improv as it’s known, be relevant to those of us working with UX? Mike Gorgone joins us for an entertaining look into how it’s useful and how you can practice it.

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#225 Indistractable with Nir Eyal

Nir Eyal joins us to discuss some of the ideas and topics covered in his two books, Hooked and Indistractable.

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#224 The business value of design with Jeanne Liedtka

Jeanne Liedtka, author of multiple books around design thinking and organic growth, was visiting Stockholm and we had the opportunity to talk to her in person about design thinking and the business value of design.

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#223 Cross disciplinary collaboration with Becki Hyde

Becki Hyde, Design Practice Lead at Pivotal, joins us to talk about how to make “Magic with Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration”. Collaborating by actually working together and creating a balanced team with design, product Management and developers.

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#222 Sense and respond with Jeff Gothelf and Josh Seiden

Josh Seiden and Jeff Gothelf have together written the books Lean UX and Sense and Respond. We learn how they used their own methods to develop their second book based on the feedback from their first.

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