psychology

#245 Cognitive bias with David Dylan Thomas

We all have cognitive biases, flaws in our reasoning and judgement due to our personal beliefs and hidden pattens that we’ve subconsciously adopted over time. David Dylan Thomas joins us to discuss cognitive bias and how we can design for it and work with it.

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#232 Design psychology with Amy Bucher

Amy Bucher, author of Engaged – designing for behaviour change, joins us to talk about how psychology can influence the design of digital products.
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#227 Imposter syndrome with Amy Silvers & Lori Cavallucci (UXP Classic)

In this classic interview from 2015, we talk to Lori Cavallucci and Amy Silvers to learn more about imposter syndrome – what is it and how it effects us. Why does our branch in particular seem to suffer from it? What can we do to deal with it and can it be a good thing in any way?

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#161 Get people to Take action with Susan & Guthrie Weinschenk

Susan and Guthrie Weinschenk work together as The Team W. They like to take behavioural economics, neuroscience and behavioural psychology; combine them, and apply them to design. We chatted to them after the Stockholm leg of their “How to get people to take action” workshop tour.

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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.

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#112 Brain food with Steve Portigal, Pete Trainor & Anjan Chatterjee

This podcast is episode 8 of 9 recorded at Interact London 2015

Our first of two shows featuring interviews from Interact London 2015 has a bit of a brain-related theme to it. We talk to Steve Portigal about mindfulness, self-insight and presence and how these impact on your work as a designer.

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#106 Imposter syndrome with Amy Silvers & Lori Cavallucci

Many of us suffer from imposter syndrome. Everyone else is better than me. This was just luck. Good timing. Soon they’re going to find out that I’m faking it.

We talk to Lori Cavallucci and Amy Silvers to learn more about what is it and how it effects us. Why does our branch in particular seem to suffer from it? What can we do to deal with it and can it be a good thing in any way?

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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.

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#84 James & Per at Conversion Jam 4

This podcast is episode 5 of 5 recorded at Conversion Jam 4

UX Podcast attended one of the biggest conversion optimisation conferences in the world, Conversion Jam 4, organised by Conversionista. We grabbed interviews with 4 of the keynote speakers. There was a definite psychology-theme to our interviews .

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#CJAM4 interview with @rogerdooley

This podcast is episode 4 of 5 recorded at Conversion Jam 4

Roger Dooley, Neuromarketer, author of Brainfluence the book and host of the Brainfluence the podcast, was the opening keynote speaker at Conversion Jam 4. We caught up with him later in the day and talk about the persuasion slide, creating a “liking effect” and dealing with the conscious and non-conscious parts of our brains.

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#CJAM4 interview with @BartS

This podcast is episode 3 of 5 recorded at Conversion Jam 4

Bart Schutz was the closing keynote speaker at Conversion Jam 4. He’s the author of Wheel of Persuasion. We have a chat about the wheel and it’s 200 plus persuasion techniques and about how at times you perhaps need to add friction to increase conversion rather than remove it.

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#CJAM4 interview with @erik_modig

This podcast is episode 2 of 5 recorded at Conversion Jam 4

Erik Modig is a researcher at the Stockholm School of Economics and at Stockholm University. His research focuses on advertising and how the consumer psychology of creativity affects advertising effectiveness.
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