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#141 The death of web design

Episode 141 is a link show. James and Per discuss three articles that have grabbed their attention. Design standards, form validation, and prototyping with chatbots.

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#65 James & Per & Nathalie talk dirty

We’re joined by The Web Psychologist Nathalie Nahai to talk dirty. We discuss sex and UX. Is everything connected to sex, even online? We look into our decision making process, the relationship cycle we experience with web sites and services, and even how we can spice them up again when the honeymoon period comes to an end.

(Listening time: 50 minutes, transcript)

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#63 James & Per recommend podcasts

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)

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#CJAM3 Ton Wesseling interview

This podcast is episode 3 of 6 recorded at Conversion Jam 3

The final speaker of the morning at Conversion Jam 3 in Stockholm was Ton Wesseling, Dutch Online optimisation specialist.

We talked to Ton about cloudberry jam as well as the importance of actionable changes and getting things out there – always be optimising.  Plus, we ponder the thought, do we really need interaction design?

Episode 23: James and Per find their breakpoint

This time James and Per discuss usability rules and recommendations. Jakob Nielsen earlier this year updated his web design recommendation, saying that you should now design for around 1440 pixels wide. With this as a starting point we cover browser viewports, research,  recommendations, responsive web design and mobile web sites. Phew, all that and a little more in 29 minutes!

(Listening time 29 minutes)

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