Eric Meyer joined us straight off stage at From Business To Buttons. Through his own tragic exprience after the death of his young daughter Rebecca to cancer, Eric explains to us how the ideal outcome we design for isn’t the only outcome. We need to use our design skills to humanise the web.
Series: From Business To Buttons 2017
From Business to Buttons, 27 April 2017, in Stockholm Sweden for inspiration, and hands-on advice, on how to generate business value by creating great user experiences.
UX Podcast were there and recorded interviews with 5 of the speakers from the conference green room.
We locked Mike Monteiro in a room at From Business To Buttons and had a chat. So, do you want to talk about design or politics? That was the question Mike posed at the start of his presentation earlier in the day. So we asked Mike the same. Suffice to say, we get into politics, ethics, and very much into how all of that is part of the fabric of design.
We got the chance to talk to Donna Lichaw again, this time in person, at From Business To Buttons. We discussed the complexity and usefulness of stories and storymapping when working with enterprise products – when the hero (user) of your product isn’t your customer.
Jaime Levy joined us in the green room at From Business To Buttons. We talked about Jaime’s Hyperloop study – the personal journey that led her here and why. We talk about the importance of having mentors and heroes no matter where you are on your career path and the importance of validating the problem before diving in to designing the solution.
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Katie Dill from Airbnb joined us at From Business To Buttons. A journey is both offline and online. It all comes together in the user experience – but what happens when you, as a UX designer can’t control it all?
We talk to Katie about the importance of seeing the big picture – your entire organisation needs to care about it. Also how do you arm your partners (your content creators or superfans) so that they are equiped to do a better job, to co-create, together with you.
— UX Podcast (@uxpodcast) April 27, 2017