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#168 Articulating more design decisions with Tom Greever

2 years since Tom’s book Articulating Design Decisions was released we catch up with him again and ask what he’s learnt – is there anything he would now do differently? What have readers of the book found challenging? (more…)

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#119 Articulating design decisions with Tom Greever

We talk to Tom Greever about Articulating Design Decisions. How do we talk about our designs effectively with stakeholders? Every designer has to explain (and justify) their design decisions to non-designers but what are the skills tactics and methods that are needed to pull this off in a way that opens the door for your project to […]

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#FBTB2015 interview with @monteiro

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

We talked to award winning presenter, legendary designer, podcaster and author, Mike Monteiro. Mike presentation at From Business to Buttons was 13 Ways designers screw up client presentations. An entertaining guide to better meetings. We learned from Mike the importance of confidence in meetings and how good business ethics can help form great client relationships. […]

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#73 James & Per & Russ plan a workshop

James and Per are joined by Russ Unger to talk about workshops. How do you plan and create a workshop? How do you become an awesome facilitator? We talk about workshops, meetings, presenting, facilitating and the skill of planning. “We’re all event planners now” says Russ. (Listening time 42 minutes) Episode 73: @beantin & @axbom […]

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#43 James & Per lean on better meetings

This podcast is episode 3 of 7 recorded at UXLx 2013

The first morning of the conference is over and we’re straight out of our first workshops. James attended Better Meetings by Design with Kevin Hoffman and Per attended Lean Ethnography with Kelly Goto. (Listening time 15 minutes) References: James’s notes from Better Meetings by Design Per’s sketchnotes from Lean Ethnography

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