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#177 GDPR with Heather Burns

On May 25, 2018, GDPR comes into effect throughout the EU. Heather Burns joins us to help us understand the implications.

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#166 Oblivious design

Per recently launched a service called DickPicLocator to highlight not only the bullying and abuse many people face through digital media, but also the amount of data that we are (often unwittingly) sharing.
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#156 Listener phone-in (part 1)

James, Per and Danwei were gathered in Studio Axbom to take questions from you, the listeners, in the 9th UX Podcast Listener phone-in.  This is part 1 of the highlights we’ve extracted the 2-hour live session.

We are asked to give our book recommendations for UX-ers. Tristan Bailey calls in and asks us about web analytics, data and UX work. We try to explain the difference between a UX designer and an interaction designer, and we finish off part one by talking about the Design in Tech Report 2017.

Our guest in part 1 was Tristan Bailey.

Part 2 of highlights are available as episode 157.

(Listening time: 32 minutes, transcript)

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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 at SolidCon. The third and final article is Fixing 6 Mistakes Companies Make when Working with UXers by Sarah Doody. We adapt and remix Sarah’s list a little.

(Listening time: 35 minutes)

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#39 James & Per and the 1%

Jesper Åström joined us in Episode 39 for a chat at Clarion Sign Hotel in Stockholm. Jesper is is currently writing a series of 100 guest blog posts in 100 days. A crazy challenge. One of the posts so far was about “workers, commentators and spectators” where Jesper outlined the 1-9-90 method and gave some examples. We discuss the method aswell as the use of data and “dark patterns”  in increasing engagement and acheiving results. Plus a bit about Jesper’s background during 15 years in the business.

(Listening time:  38 minutes)

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