How will your design be used in 10,000 years? When we produce designs and create technical systems we rarely think in such time-frames, yet many of today’s technology includes ideas decades old, even hundreds. Anthropologist Genevieve Bell joins us to talk about digital anthropology, cyber physical systems, and the new educational needs that have arisen.
Every year more people start studying UX design, or begin transitioning to a career within UX. We’ve created a podcast playlist to go along with your new journey.
We’ve gone through 10 years worth of UX Podcast episodes and hand-picked episodes that we feel are suitable for people who are learning or studying UX design to listen along to.Read More
In April 2019 the Interaction Design Foundation tweeted an article from their archives about rapid prototyping. Attached to the tweet was a short video of someone demonstrating a paper prototype. The response, mainly to the video clip, divided the design world in two. It was either “waste of time!” or “fantastic!”.
“If it sounds like I am saying that design is not a profession, then yes – that is exactly what I am saying. We are not. Without a code of ethics and a body to enforce it, we’re barely even a trade. Maybe less – most trades have accreditation or at least licensing.”
Zoe Rose joins us to talk about accreditation within the design industry.
James, Per and Danwei open the video channels for the 7th UX Podcast Listener phone-in. On a warm Friday afternoon in June we took questions and calls from listeners. We’ve extracted some highlights from the 2-hour live session and condensed them into this regular 30 minute episode.
The topics covered in this listener phone-in were: Guerrilla research, ridiculous services you wish didn’t exist, and finding work.
Recorded at Web Service Award 2013 in Stockholm, Sweden. We talk to Judith Wolst, course co-ordinator for Interactive Communication at Bergs School of Communication, about educating the digital stars of the future. We also grabbed a few minutes with one of this year’s students, Diago Fria, who gives an insight into what they are learning and what they hope to acheive.(Listening time: 22 minutes)