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#157 Listener phone-in (part 2)

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 2 of the highlights we’ve extracted the 2-hour live session. (more…)

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#120 Product management & UX with Melissa Perri

This podcast is episode 1 of 11 recorded at UXLx 2016

Melissa Perri has a background as both a product manager and a UX-er. We learn more about the overlap between the two disciplines and discuss some of the issues surrounding their convergence. Melissa also shared some advice about applying lean methodologies to your organisation including working with hypotheses and building to learn. (Listening time: 51 minutes, transcript) Episode […]

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Interview with @optimiseordie at #interactLDN 2015

This podcast is episode 7 of 9 recorded at Interact London 2015

Long term friend and serial guest on UX Podcast Craig Sullivan joined us after his talk “scaling stupidity”. We talked about bullshit, broken data, and how we really have to stop guessing, bury our egos and swallow our pride. We introduce you to “Little Craig”, the little nagging voice inside you telling you the truth you know […]

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#FBTB2015 interview with @cindyalvarez

This podcast is episode 5 of 6 recorded at From Business to Buttons 2015

Cindy Alvarez, head of UX at Yammer,  joined us for chat. During the morning session she presented Embracing hypothesis driven-design. Yammer has great data sources and Cindy has overseen their adoption of hypothesis driven-design work. How does that work and what do they gain from it? #FBTB2015 interview with @cindyalvarez – Embracing hypothesis driven-design http://t.co/Iv0kpBUjY0 […]

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#97 James & Per & Joe peel onions

We talk to Joe Leech about psychology for designers and bullshit science. We debunk some myths and “rules” that come across as truths. How do you construct an argument with facts rather than fiction? How do we validate our data inputs and build confidence in our designs and decisions? We get into the ethics of both […]

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