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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- Full transcript for Episodes 156 and 157 on Medium
- Unedited Video from the phone-in on YouTube
- Tristan Bailey’s Cliff Notes podcast
- Brian Clifton in Episode 27 of UX Podcast
- Design in Tech report 2017
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)
- Blogg 100 – andra sommaren (100 post posts in 100 days, in Swedish)
- 100 gästposter på 100 dagar #blogg100 (in Swedish)
- Scams: Why are email scams written in broken English?
- Arbetare, kommentatorer och publik – traditionella beteenden som lämnar spår efter sig på webben (Swedish)
- The Participation Choice (BBC Internet Blog)
- Twitter Cards
- Admin comments statistics (wordpress plugin)