Series: UXLx 2018

UX Podcast attended UXLx 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal between May 22 and 25. During the event we recorded interviews with 6 speakers, which will be released during 2018.

#181 Product strategy with Richard Banfield

This podcast is episode 1 of 5 recorded at UXLx 2018

“Product strategy is a product of product vision” says Richard Banfield. In this show Richard shares his thoughts on product strategy, the sharing of language and culture within a team, the importance of psychological safe space, product team challenges, distributed teams, and the value of making mistakes.
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#186 Augmented reality with Boon Sheridan

This podcast is episode 2 of 5 recorded at UXLx 2018

In the summer of 2016, Boon Sheridan started noticing people gathering outside his home, staring at their phones. Pokemon Go had launched and Boon’s converted church was a Gym. This was Boon’s introduction to the game and how it made use of Augmented Reality.

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#191 Ergonomics with Kevin Cannon

This podcast is episode 3 of 5 recorded at UXLx 2018

By and large our focus in recent times has been on websites and apps, but increasingly we are going to be asked to design things in physical contexts; terminals, IoT devices, lifts. We talk to Kevin Cannon about ergonomics and UX design – The meeting point of traditional UX and industrial design.

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#192 Values are the experience with Kim Goodwin

This podcast is episode 4 of 5 recorded at UXLx 2018

Organisational culture – or values – is our design medium rather than pixels or code. Kim Goodwin joins us on the back of her UXLx 2018 talk “Values are the experience” to discuss how we can enable organisations to make the decisions that allow great UX to happen.

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#194 Research on the fly with Cyd Harrell

This podcast is episode 5 of 5 recorded at UXLx 2018

Cyd Harrell has done all kinds of user research. At the beginning of this episode Cyd tells us of the time she live streamed a user interview from a vehicle while the participant was using a mobile device whilst driving. There are times where a user researcher really does need to be fearless.

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