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Bill Nye is on a mission to change the world — one voicemail at a time. Bill and science writer Corey S. Powell take your burning questions and put them to the world's leading experts on just about every topic in the universe. Should you stop eating cheeseburgers to combat climate change? Could alien life be swimming inside the moons of Jupiter and Saturn? Does your pet parakeet learn to sing the way that you learned to speak? Bill, Corey, and their special guests will answer those questions ...
 
Elliott Davidson, the owner of Despreneur talks about the ways to build a business and design your own lifestyle you don’t need a vacation from. The goal of this podcast is to provide you real life stories to inspire your next move and support you with actionable and practical knowledge in design, entrepreneurship and technology fields. Elliott connects and talks with top designers, successful entrepreneurs and tech visionaries to unlock the knowledge that takes to build a successful busines ...
 
The World Is Listening To DAVE RABBIT Are You? ”Dave Rabbit”, the “Godfather Of Pirate Radio”, welcomes you to "The Rabbit Zone". So Fasten Your Seat Belts, bring your seats and tray tables to their Fully Upright Position, then bend over and Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, because the “Dave Rabbit” & “Radio First Termer” Pirate Radio Experience is an Extremely Dangerous & Bumpy Ride! Everything Here Is FREE To Enjoy & Share! DAVE RABBIT LOVES JESSICA RABBIT Military EntertainmentNetwork In 2006, Dave ...
 
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- The critical things you can learn about business to make you a better UX designer or researcher- How important is UX in the success of building new products- The business of consulting versus the business of products or software- How to stand out as a UX person in the world of generic resumes and cover letters…
 
Classic product recommendation is to focus on something, but “all-in-one” products can also get wildly successful. How are they made? Do their multiple features cause chaos and anxiety, or is there a secret sauce to creating harmony? Our guest today is developer, advertizer, and Bento founder Jesse Hanley. You’ll hear how Jesse has been expanding h…
 
How can we measure the success of our UX work as consultants? How do we even start this conversation with clients, if such metrics involve additional research work?? Our guest today is Mark Baldino, co-founder of Fuzzy Math. You’ll learn all about Mark’s consultancy and his answers to these pressing ROI questions, as well as his view on measuring u…
 
Jason Yuan believes that we all should feel empowered to think about ways to improve our computer's operating system. He joins Mark and Adam to talk about stage design, dreaming big versus delivering practical products, and why software should be fun. @MuseAppHQ hello@museapp.com Show notes Jason Yuan / @jasonyuandesign Mercury OS MakeSpace Screeno…
 
Minimalism may be considered merely an aesthetic choice, but it also determines many other decisions we make in product design and life in general. How can designers implement and stand by their minimalist principles in web and product design? Our guest today is minimalist designer Brian Gardner, founder and CEO of Agent Engine. You’ll learn about …
 
The year of 2020 has introduced us to the ‘new normal’ — which we’re, admittedly, still struggling to get accustomed to. How does this, along with the current social unrest, affect the way users make purchasing decisions? Our guest today is Claire Suellentrop, SaaS marketing and growth advisor. You’ll hear Claire’s recommendations on post-pandemic …
 
- Dana’s stories about usability testing on ballot design prototypes- Overcoming stakeholder objections for doing user research- Challenges of local and federal elections in the United States- Ballot design and voter experience- Doing research for civic design and overcoming very complex roadblocks- How to get deep domain expertise in a regulated i…
 
Andy.Works believes in design-forward products, as seen in his work on Paper for iPad to a handmade analog clock for his young kids. Mark, Adam, and Andy discuss products as vector for culture; maverick game designers; innovation budgets; and pushing back against the idea of scale in software. @MuseAppHQ hello@museapp.com Show notes Andy of Andy.Wo…
 
We get a look inside the mind of Tal Zaks, the Chief Medical Officer at Moderna, as the company develops and tests what it hopes will become the first successful vaccine against the coronavirus. For more episodes like this, subscribe to If I Don’t See You on Stitcher Premium. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
How different are tablet interfaces to those of phones and desktops? And what makes a tablet-based app fully functional and worth building? Our guest today is Mark McGranaghan, founding partner at Muse Software and principal investigator at Ink & Switch. You’ll hear Mark’s angle on tablet interface design, industrial research, user onboarding, as w…
 
Are robots coming for our jobs? (Probably not.) If we could remove cancer from our genome, should we? (Probably.) Can our codes of ethics keep pace with innovation? (Let's do our best.) Biotech entrepreneur Juan Enriquez is here to prepare us for tomorrow. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
As product people, we handle vast amounts of data without thinking about the environment. We make copies and backups of everything, and even our devices are powered to the max. Can we do better? Our guest today is Gerry McGovern, the author of World Wide Waste. You’ll learn about the current risks associated with data waste, along with Gerry’s tips…
 
It's a new world: many creative professionals can now choose where they live, independent of where their employer is headquartered. Mark and Adam discuss the implications of this. Plus: the magic of Silicon Valley, cities that feed your creative soul, and strategies for making big life decisions. @MuseAppHQ hello@museapp.com Show notes Emigration a…
 
- DesignOps and ResearchOps at a large enterprise like Best Buy- Fred’s story of how he got introduced to and a job working in DesignOps- A day in the life of a job in DesignOps- The part an insights repository plays in DesignOps and ResearchOps at a large company- Dealing with the unsexy parts of UX, Research and Designops…
 
How can information be best learned, dissected, and communicated across teams, industries, and products? Our guest today is Stephen Anderson, the founder of the Mighty Minds Club and author of Figure It Out. You’ll hear Stephen’s thoughts on the nature of information, cognition and thinking, interaction design, the importance of team dialogue, his …
 
It might seem that new software products randomly appear in a vacuum, but it’s far from true. How can product ideas be generated, validated, and successfully implemented? Our guest today is Kevin Conti, the founder of Software Ideas. You’ll hear Kevin’s thoughts on product development, validation, marketing, niche review sites, bootstrapping, and p…
 
Jane Portman of Userlist joins Julia and Adam to share her expertise with onboarding. Why guided tours don't work, the legacy of Clippy, and drip campaigns that are more personal and considerate. @MuseAppHQ hello@museapp.com Show notes Jane Portman @uibreakfast User Onboarding: The Ultimate Guide for SaaS Founders Userlist Benedikt Deicke Intercom …
 
When developing a SaaS product, founders and product managers always have to deal with limited resources. Is there a formula for making the best feature decisions? Our guest today is Corinn Pope, founder of Speckled and prioritization expert. You’ll hear Corinn’s recommendations on roadmaps, decision-making formulas, prioritization processes, and m…
 
How do you keep track of numerous marketing ideas, and decide which ones to implement? Our guest today is Kacper Staniul, growth marketer and maker of Scrapbook. You’ll hear the story behind Kacper’s collection of growth tactics, his lead generation tips, competitor analysis hacks, and a plethora of tool recommendations. Podcast feed: subscribe to …
 
Josh Miller from The Browser Company joins Mark and Adam to discuss how to make a better web browser in 2020. The conversation ranges from user agency in software to architecture to social capital to end-user programming. @MuseAppHQ hello@museapp.com Show notes Josh Miller @joshm The Browser Company Branch Nate Parrott Einstein quote beginner's min…
 
Real behavior change is fueled by emotion. How can designers leverage this universal truth to enhance their products and impact user journeys? Our guest today is Adi Mazor Kario, a design strategist, innovation expert, and author. You’ll learn about emotion-based innovation, empathizing with users, trust-based onboarding, and applying emotional des…
 
The famed actress and activist says she’s learned a lot from getting arrested at her own climate rallies in D.C. last year. She fills us in on the need to address injustice while we fight global warming, how the COVID pandemic has changed her activism, and how individuals can step up when governments fail them. See omnystudio.com/listener for priva…
 
Dribbble has been the inspiration destination for designers for over a decade. How is it evolving to meet modern standards and designer needs? Our guest today is Michael Sacca, VP Product at Dribbble. You’ll hear from Michael about Dribbble’s product vision, designer communities, other popular design platforms, hiring designers, and much more. Podc…
 
Andy Matuschak joins Mark and Adam to talk about rituals for deep thought, how to develop an inkling over time, and the public goods problem of research. @MuseAppHQ hello@museapp.com Show notes Andy Matuschak: homepage Twitter Patreon How can we develop transformative tools for thought? Michael Nielsen Bret Victor on representation of thought Quant…
 
These days, design roles are becoming more multidisciplinary, while designers are rapidly evolving into leaders. Shouldn’t design education also shift gears, and cater to more inclusive skillsets? Our guest today is Ekaterina Solomeina, creative director, TEDx speaker, and co-founder of Future London Academy. You’ll hear Ekaterina’s insights on des…
 
The pandemic is drastically affecting industries on a worldwide scale, and product management is not “immune” to these changes. How can product managers navigate through these hard times? Our guest today is Randy Silver, a product management consultant, author, and podcast host. You’ll hear inspiring stories about businesses that have successfully …
 
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