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WHY UX? is a podcast about the everyday heroes of UX design. We'll be talking to the women and men doing the work. We'll be covering their past, how did they find their path to UX design? Their present, what do they do on a daily basis? Their future, what are they expecting UX to look like in the future and what will it mean to them? The podcast interviewees will nominate who we'll be interviewing next, so we expect it to be some interesting people with vastly different backgrounds. One of t ...
 
Our show encourages usable designs for a better customer experience in products and services. Each episode is different, with the only constant being our demand that UX design make our lives better and provide long term value. If you care about design's impact on our modern quality of life, give us a listen. You will hear: * Critiques of products & services we've used thoroughly, * Interviews with people whose work or books we admire, and * Discussions of design methods we use in our own use ...
 
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Show Highlights:- What it means to be human centered in your professional and personal life- Hmnty Cntrd, their mission and the work Vivianne and her team are doing- How Vivianne went from being a grief counselor and doing trauma studies to becoming a UX researcher- What does it really mean to be empathetic- The role of diversity, equity and inclus…
 
Show highlights:- “Zoom” levels of research and what they mean- Figuring out when to do certain types of research and which methods to use- Ways to avoid wasting resources and repeating research- What’s the difference between UX Research and ResearchOps?- How to you know when you need a dedicated ResearchOps person…
 
Eric Penn rejoins Tim Keirnan on the show for a critique of Garmin dash cameras. And on this show you know we bought them with our own money, no review units or other favors from the manufacturer. The guys discuss the following models: * nuviCam LMTHD that combines a GPS with a dash cam * Garmin 35 * Garmin 46 * Garmin Mini In both Eric's and Tim's…
 
Show highlights:- Diversity, equity and inclusion in UX and tech culture- Ways to recognize how tools and systems are directly contributing to inequity in our society and work- Stories and examples of how our society created inequities and how to recognize the connections to the work we do- Tips for doing more equitable UX and design research- Work…
 
Lotus is from Portland US and after 20 years in the Bay area, she immigrated to Denmark where she joined CPHUX after 1 month. With a background in advertisement, she naturally moved into the UX space. Today she works at the global agency FFW as a Senior Customer Experience Service Design Consultant. Thanks to Pavel Bavtra for making this episode!…
 
Show highlights:- Sense-making and user research synthesis- How to find hidden insights in the research data you collect- Avoiding product backlog rot by simply reacting to things you hear about from customers- Steps to take for a better UX research process- Doing UX, research and sense-making better with product management- Should UX researchers b…
 
Show highlights:- Social impact of UX and research work- Remote research tips, tricks and challenges- The future of UX research in a post-pandemic world- Can you prove the ROI of UX research?- Balancing the need for delivering a great story from the research and keeping good rigor in your study- How to deal with people who don’t believe the finding…
 
Episode highlights:- Design leadership and what it means to be a UX manager- Differences between being an individual contributor and manager/leader- Tips and tricks to being an awesome UX design/research leader- Strategies for providing feedback and criticism effectively- Common challenges for folks transitioning from team member to team leader…
 
Show highlights:- Design ethics and ways to examine if your work is doing more harm than good- Inclusion in business and design- Things you can do to make your participants feel more comfortable and welcome- Using your position and influence to make positive ethical change in your company- Alba’s work at HmntyCntrd- Tips for making social change pe…
 
Charlotte Purvis joins Timothy Keirnan for a discussion about ensuring good user experience with customer service professionals. When we call an organization for help with a product or service, these people are on the front line of customer interaction. How well they assist us will impact our perceptions of a product and the brand of the company th…
 
Show highlights:- The difference between leadership and management in UX- Being a UX mentor and coach- Expectations and differences between junior, mid level and senior UX practitioners- What it takes to be a great UX professional- Myths about hiring and working with a junior UX person- Tips for job hunting, applications and interviewing- Things hi…
 
Show highlights:- Komal’s research on international women’s mobility challenges- Tips for doing research across multiple countries and cultures- Culture differences and considerations when doing research in other countries- How language can make so much of a difference in research- Small but impactful steps you can take to do better UX research…
 
- Psychology and UX Design- How behavioral economics applies to UX design- Common behavior patterns we can design for- Design ethics and moral implications in UX design and research- How do you decide your design, product or service is ethical or not?- Examples of non-ethical design and marketing patterns- Considerations to take for designing a mor…
 
Madelein studied sociology in Sweden and later found that UX could enable her to do research differently. She's currently working at Saxo Bank but previously she was contributing at CPHUX so Helena knows her quite well. Madelein was actually the first CPHUX member and we're proud to share her story. Thanks to Pavel Bavtra and Simon Dybdal for makin…
 
The Librem 5 is Purism's re-envisioning what a smartphone could be and should be. It runs on Purism's own Linux distribution PureOS, which is certified by the Free Software Foundation to be free of non-transparent, proprietary code such as many commercial products use. The "Evergreen" batch of Librem 5 phones is the first official production model,…
 
Susan Weinschenk joins Tim Keirnan to discuss the second edition of her wonderfully useful and usable book 100 Things Every Designer Should Know About People. First published in 2011, 100 Things... has helped many kinds of professionals and students learn to be better designers. https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/100-things-every/9780136746959/ V…
 
- 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…
 
Helena and her business partner Jayden reflect on their business marriage - who is super approachable and who is playing hard to get? They also look back at the year that has passed, discussing obstacles, celebrating victories, and optimistically looking onwards to 2021. Thanks to Pavel Bavtra and Simon Dybdal for making this episode!…
 
- 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…
 
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