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#FBTB17 interview with @JaimeRLevy

This podcast is episode 4 of 5 recorded at From Business To Buttons 2017

Jaime Levy joined us in the green room at From Business To Buttons. We talked about Jaime’s Hyperloop study – the personal journey that led her here and why. We talk about the importance of having mentors and heroes no matter where you are on your career path and the importance of validating the problem before diving in to designing the solution.
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#147 Listener phone-in (part 2)

This is part 2 of highlights from our 8th UX Podcast Listener phone-in.  On a dark December afternoon James, Per and Danwei gathered in Studio Axbom to chat and take calls from you, the listeners for a 2-hour live show.

We discuss living in a VR world, chatbots and suicide prevention, mentoring and getting into UX after your studies. Read More

#110 UX Coaching with Whitney Hess

We were lucky enough to meet up with Whitney Hess during her summer vacation in Sweden. We talk to Whitney about her journey from “producer of wireframes” to coaching UX-ers. How to you design yourself? How do you give yourself permission to do your best work? “You need to stop doing the things you don’t want to do. If you don’t want to do wireframes, stop doing wireframes.” says Whitney.

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#94 James & Per & You

In the style of a radio phone-in, James and Per open the door and invite in you, the listener. Our guests in our third listener phone-in ended up being James Buller, Jesper Bylund, Dan Turner, and Tim Wright.

Agency, in-house or freelance? What kind of job is best when starting out in UX? How do you get round to writing that book you’ve always talked about? You don’t need research do you? How do you market yourself as a freelancer? Does performance matter in experience design?

(Listening time: 40 minutes)

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#67 James & Per & Anna talk deliverables

UX deliverables with Anna Dahlström. We look at the problem with UX deliverables, explore being tactical and adapting what you produce to the situation, dabble with mentoring and find time for a “fika”.

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