S02E07 (#317). A slightly different linkshow featuring two articles, one by James and one by Per. The articles in this episode are about how the experience of a delayed flight highlights the wider impact of poor service design, and how the way in which you type can reveal who you are.
Whilst sat around an open fire drinking sherry and wearing Santa hats, James and Per record a podcast about podcasts. In this meta-show we explain how podcasts help us in our work. What is it that makes us like a podcast? What kind of challenges do podcaster face in producing awesome shows? Finally we recommend a bunch of podcasts that we listen to and explain why you should give them a try.
Pour yourself a glass of something nice and enjoy the last UX Podcast show of 2013.(Listening time: 49 minutes)
— UX Podcast (@uxpodcast) December 27, 2013
- Stitcher (all the podcasts recommended are available on Stitcher apart from the two with links provided to RSS Feeds)
- UX Podcast interview with Nathalie Nahai
- The Good, The Bad and The Dirty – RSS feed
- Sex Nerd Sandra
- The Big Web Show
- UIE Brainsparks – RSS feed
- The Psych Files
- Snap Judgement
- The Dirt
- UX Podcast on Spotify
In this show we sat down at Kulturhuset in Stockholm together with Martin Christensen, user experience designer and agile coach, to talk about agile and how you apply it to multiple disciplines, including UX. Martin promised to give us a “silver bullet” solution for handling agile ux. Let’s listen and find out what it is…
(Listening time: 27 minutes)