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Best Russ Shaw podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Russ Shaw podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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The loud, encouragingly troublesome, rebellious, colorful artistry of what one really, actually believes. In a world of people addicted to some piece of certainty on "faith-based" reason. Punk Theology exists to explore some hopeful, uncomfortable questions on growth, peace, well-being, recovering what's lost, understanding the shit of "the other", faith, fear and being alive. An examination of the misfit's awakening spirit. So, how do we refine of what really is meaning, beauty and truth?
 
Hello and welcome to making UX work; I’m Joe Natoli. Our focus here is on folks like you doing the tough, often unglamorous UX work in the real world. My guests will share their struggles, their successes, and their journey to and through the trenches of product design, development, and of course, user experience. Before we get into it, I’d like to give a shout out to our sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by th ...
 
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You, Your living through a global F-ing pandemic! Our adrenal glands, hormonal system, cardiovascular system, and brain are constantly in a state of preparedness for survival. Anxiety is a normal and often healthy emotion. However what about when a person regularly feels disproportionate levels of anxiety, excessive nervousness, fear, apprehension,…
 
How are we being triggered by living in the city where the first novel Corona 19 virus outbreak was reported in the United States? Steve, Derek, Russ and Chuck stops by to talk about how us Americans are processing the cognitive dissonance around uncertainty and risk-taking in the age of covid-19. The effects this light apocalypse is having on our …
 
How are we being triggered by living in the city where the first novel Corona 19 virus outbreak was reported in the United States? Steve, Derek, Russ and Chuck stops by to talk about how us Americans are processing the cognitive dissonance around uncertainty and risk-taking in the age of covid-19. The effects this light apocalypse is having on our …
 
Russ Troester is still very new to UX, but he's definitely in the right place because, in his own words, he has a passion for “helping to make things suck less.” While he especially enjoys the research-related portions of the UX design process, Russ has had a very wide-ranging career across multiple industries. But the one constant, and the thing t…
 
Dean shares escaping the clutches of one of the most stubborn, deadly and inevitably body and soul deteriorating addictions know to man. One of Russell’s oldest friends stops by the Punk Theology Podcast to boldly and courageously share his story of addiction, recklessness, coming to the end of himself and his resurrection from Seattle to a sunshin…
 
Dean shares escaping the clutches of one of the most stubborn, deadly and inevitably body and soul deteriorating addictions known to man. One of Russell’s oldest friends stops by the Punk Theology Podcast to boldly and courageously share his story of addiction, recklessness, coming to the end of himself and his resurrection from Seattle to a sunshi…
 
A Global shaking of the Snow Globe! What do you men Toilet Paper doesn't just show up at the store automatically?!?! Punks talk about the consciousness in and of the logistics of how a society functions during the *light* apocalypse we’re all experiencing. And how do relationships bend, strain and copulate (or not) during long stay at home orders?…
 
My guest today is Hida Behzadi. While she is a graphic designer by trade, she’s also worked as a creative director, a UX strategist, a design lecturer, and continues to work as an art instructor. In addition to her design acumen, Hida is an accomplished fine artist whose beautiful work possesses remarkable emotional and visual depth. And as I think…
 
My guest today is Rajeev Subramanian, who describes himself as the "poster child" for continuous career evolution, and after talking to him I agree with that description. From gigs in sales, marketing, software development, entrepreneurship ventures and of course, design, one thing has remained common over his last 16 years: an unrelenting appetite…
 
Another episode rebelling against the popular ‘always keep it positive’ cultural faults narrative. One that suggests we can ignore the suffering of life, sufferings like the loss of a loved one.What does it look like it actually grieve the loss of a loved one without minimizing or stuffing our hurt in the presence of those feelings? And sometimes, …
 
S02E28 We talk about miracles with our honored guest Kristin! She is a Listener to the podcast, a therapist and also Derek’s sister! The Question?!?! What are we really saying when we say “I need a miracle”? Are big miracles meaning made out of observed extraordinary random chance or coincidence? Or is there something supernatural at work? How extr…
 
Are we trying to escape from the work a day life? Is the solution to feeling STUCK some outside force that will rescue us from our work a day life? Is it true that we need some kind of purpose outside our daily grind to be mentally healthy? Or is it a lack of contentment and/or gratitude around our current routine that is affecting our mental healt…
 
Has there been a cultural tide change with societies relationship with fame? Over the last few years icons have rapidly fallen to scandals that they may have kept hidden a decade ago? Is that due to changes in technology, or have we changed the social contract on what we are willing to sacrifice to get the vicarious thrill of being loved by everyon…
 
My guest today is Jason Ogle, who describes himself as a passionate user defender — fighting for users who are victims of bad design decisions. He's an influential podcaster whose amazing USER DEFENDERS podcast is continuing to inspire and equip an audience of hungry, ambitious designers and UXers. Jason believes in failing early, and learning ofte…
 
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