A humble product focused podcast sharing stories about teams, process, strategy, and all things BTS product development.
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Best Ryan Tauss podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Ryan Tauss podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
Updated July 2020
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We are in unprecedented times. I share a bit about how our team is adjusting to being fully remote. I also share in detail the tools we use and how we use them to not only be productive, but be more human as well. I hope you enjoy. Stay safe out there.
Don’t let going through the motions drown out the voices of those on your team.
Join us in this podcast as I try to download a session I was part of to help a college decide on curriculum on a course that will launch new designers into the workforce.
Emotion alert! I get real in this episode. Sharing from my recent personal struggles about my role and where I bring value. I wrap up sharing the nuances of our teams approach to work.
Early morning chats about my experience using a new tool and how jumping out of my normal workflow open me up to improve what I thought was already working.
I share from my experiences of being on boarded into the engineering space of my product team. Maybe giving new insights to the debate of designers needing to know how to code.
I invited my team over to my house for a cookout and realized spending time outside the office could be more important the time spent in the office.
Let’s be intentional with the way we engage with our teammates. I share my thoughts and challenges in this episode.
Back from vacation. Talking benefits of breaking routines. Evaluating how to scale your process so you can pause from your work. And setting context for being thankful.
The partnership between development and design teams in key and important for building products that are centered around the user.
It's been a hot minute since the last broadcast. I give a quick update and cast vision about what to expect in this restart.
Keeping it low key and talking design process.
Discuss walking through a pre-Mortem with the team.
Back and ready to dive in.
Times are a changing. Church UX has always been a podcast around product development. In order to keep the conversation going and broaden the range of topic Church UX will be known as Product Leadership Podcast. We hope to broaden the conversation and bring guest to the show. So stay tuned.
With so many tools available for UI design, how do you know which one is the right fit? I give my 2cents on the topic, and why I am switching to Figma.
My team welcomes 8 new teammates as we launch our first ever Digerati Internships. Andrew Callander is Interactive’s first UX Design intern. Love to hear your thoughts and questions about Internships. Call in to the station by visiting https://www.anchor.fm/churchux
Wrapping up the end of the week with some early morning thoughts as well as giving a behind the scenes look at my personal development. Hope you enjoy!
A quick rant to kick off 2018
Brief outlet of thoughts about relationship being the currency we trade with in UX.
In the episode I try to unpack the value of writing a UX plan at the beginning of the design process to help define and give clarity of what is being built. Check out the link to the video by visiting my Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/ryantauss
Unpacking the latest scrum retrospective as well as giving a personal download of how I am developing. Sharing books and tolls that you can use in your own development.
Unpacking an article found on uxdesign.cc about how design-driven innovation will surpass technology in 2018. As always, jump into the conversation at anchor.fm/churchux by hitting the call in button. Love to hear from you!
Bring an update on the teams first sprint retrospective. Finishing up this episode with the benefits of hiring with diversity in mind.
Just got back from a week long vacation in Denver, Co. sharing some new thoughts and predicting where I think tech will be in the future. Hoping this sparks others to think differently about how you approach user experiences and push things forward.
Sharing some thoughts on how the church could be using technology to grow new markets and reach more people. Jump into the conversation at anchor.fm/churchux
Sharing a quick recap of an awesome conversation between teammates this afternoon. Huge insights to how the church should be proactive.
Catching up on Open Source Challenge Week. Be sure to check out the project by visiting opendigerati.com/community. Also, a quick recap of how are team is using scrum to get work done.
Recapping the day, talking about Design systems.
Closing thoughts on the week and day. Have a great weekend.
Wanted to share some thoughts about how I was feeling. Thoughts around design and how we can lead an organization by doing the little things.
Listen as the team discusses the hub design and layout for opendigerati.com
Teams are unifying around launching projects for opendigerati.com. Get a behind the scenes look at the launch of Open Source Challenge Week where all Digerati teams spend the next week focused on prepping projects to be open sourced.
Covering process in this podcast. A brief overview of scrum and the “D’s” of development.
Covering content in this episode. I hope you find it valuable. If you have a question, please ask! I would love to answer.
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