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Getting hardware teams from designs to manufactured products. In this interview series, we host hardware manufacturing professionals, hardware founders, and engineers to talk about the journeys of people who build products, product design principles, DFM guidelines, new materials and processes, working with manufacturers, common mistakes, and much more!
 
The official UX Institute Podcast is hosted by UX Institute CEO and Founder Mark Swaine, (www.uxinstitute.com). The UXI podcast will be sharing insights and thought leadership on key areas of User Experience, Customer Experience, Building Product and the Users. Learn how to jump into UX, advance your career and develop UX / Product leadership skills.
 
This podcast has one mission: Help product designers generate massive value for their clients, their companies and themselves so they can do the work they enjoy the most. We know design is valuable, but how can you unlock the true value of design in your work? This show interviews product designers from places like Google, Domo, IBM, Intuit, and Uber to find out what makes a valuable product designer and how you can be one as well.
 
Brighten your day – learn about user experience, design, products, gaming and technology. With entertaining and funny chat that goes off on unexpected tangents about life, everyday pain points and hilarious solutions. 80% random, 20% user experience (UX) and user interfaces (UI)* Your hosts Mark, Nick and Paul discuss a different subject around design, UX, UI, business and technology, with the occasional special guest thrown in for good measure. Ironically as Henry Ford almost definitely did ...
 
A Product Design Storiesban annak próbálunk utánajárni, hogyan lehet kiváló digitális termékeket csinálni, milyen gondolkodás szükséges ehhez, illetve miként lehet fejlődni a UX, UI, product design, service design szakmákban. Tesszük ezt javarészt interjúk útján. A show két házigazdája Boros Norbert és Fenyvesi Roland.
 
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How can French cooking methods improve the safety of your car? Why can’t you just settle on what movie to watch on Netflix? Why do you have to sign a credit card receipt for a pack of gum? This is Ideate. A podcast about the user experience of items we use every day. Hosted by The Smyth Group design team: Hiromi, Nikita, Aaron, Paul and Rob.
 
Created by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast is a hands-on knowledge stem from dealing with large-scale innovation projects, going throught all UX Design, Design Thinking and Product Innovation burning questions and helping you to overcome its challenges. Featuring Behrad Mirafshar, a highly experienced UX designer and an active voice in the fields of Sustainability, Innovation and Design Thinking. He studied the latter in Sweden and, in 2012, moved ...
 
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The question, “What is product management?” comes up pretty often, even from experienced business people. One reason is that product management encompasses a wide-ranging area of responsibilities. Indeed, the role itself means very different things in different organizations. In summary, product management is the practice of strategically driving t…
 
Florian is the co-founder of Carployee, an Austrian-based startup that was acquired by RideAmigos, where he is now a technical research lead. In this episode, we discuss changing our thinking about big concepts like commuting, applying behavioral science to tough problems, and changing behavior. We also talk about: Balancing short-term and long-ter…
 
In episode 33 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Jess Brown, Staff Product Designer at Faire. During her career, Jess has worked as the Head of Design and Director of User Experience. Still, she decided to switch up her career path and head back into working as an individual contributor. Jess shares why she decided to return to I…
 
How can additive manufacturing (3D printing) change the manufacturing world? Yash Bandari is the Business Development Manager at Additive Technologies and Co-founder of Meltio. We talked about the actual applications of additive manufacturing, specifically about metal and large-scale additive manufacturing, where you should consider additive over t…
 
‘’Doing remarkable things can only be done at a place where you can be who you are, and have that freedom where you fit into that team and where all of the stuff you do is appreciated. ‘’ – Eelko Lommers. Welcome to the UX Institute podcast, hosted by UXI founder Mark Swaine. This show is focused on the transformational journeys and learnings from …
 
What’s the best way to drive product engagement without getting in the user’s way? Our guest today is Pulkit Agrawal, co-founder and CEO of Chameleon. You’ll learn why less is more in onboarding, practical tips on how to conduct A/B testing of your onboarding process, why it’s important to understand the pain point from the user perspective, and mo…
 
In this episode we talk to Scot Whitney, Podcast Host – The All4Inclusion Pod, an advocate for inclusion and wheelchair user looking to help others see society's boundaries. Find him on Linkedin, https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottjwhitney/ Scott founded All4inclusion with their amazing philosophy: “We believe everyone is born equal and every person …
 
The journey of developing a new product involves various steps. While it's tempting to dive head-first into the project, you'll do well to remember the adage – ''by failing to prepare, you prepare to fail''. Planning and testing your ideas before implementing them is the best way to ensure your brand can release the right products. That is what pro…
 
Dr. G is a trauma-informed psychologist turned trauma-informed product researcher and designer. In this episode, we discuss getting into UX research, becoming an advisor, meeting people where they are, and emotional inclusivity. We explore trauma-informed design (understanding), restorative design (creating), and receptional design (receiving) as t…
 
The Web3 and the Metaverse are a fact that can no longer be ignored! Even if some people are still struggling to grasp the concept, the fact is that this technology is rapidly advancing. And going along with this new hype, some brands, and now even some governments are now using it to implement incredibly imaginative tactics, yielding results that …
 
Niels Jul Jacobsen is the CEO of Capra Robotics. Niels has tens of years of industry experience, so it was particularly interesting to hear his perspective on how recent supply chain disruptions deeply affect hardware businesses. Niels sees unique ways in which supply chain challenges affect product design and manufacturing today, and tells how he …
 
In episode 32 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Morgan Denner, Chief Experience Officer at Tech Fleet and Lead UX Designer at hopscotch. He has a background in sales, IT, and product development which ultimately led him to UX. While transitioning into UX, Morgan identified a gap between his education and practical, real-world ex…
 
Distributed teams consist of team members who are all individually working from different locations. These locations can be their homes, coffee shops, or co-working spaces, but not shared office spaces. By definition, distributed teams do not have a shared office they can go to. These teams are known for being more agile, productive, and happy. The…
 
What is employee experience, and how does it affect the downstream user experience? Our guest today is Jen Briselli, chief design strategy officer at Mad*Pow. You’ll learn about the components of employee experience, why organizations should care to improve it, how to map the ecosystem through a service design lens, and more. Podcast feed: subscrib…
 
Eric Harding is the Co-Founder of Remora, a company that builds a device that captures carbon emissions from semi trucks. We listened to their incredible story that started from academic research, the engineering challenges and considerations and the take on carbon emission reduction and EVs.저자 Jiga, Inc.
 
Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Andrew Reifman, co-founder and chief product officer at Makeswift. You'll learn why you need to get your product out there as early as possible, how to follow your gut feel in finding the fit, why you should focus on your core product, and more. Please head over to t…
 
In this episode, I spoke with Dan Hafner, a mobile app creator and entrepreneur who helps other businesses and entrepreneurs create apps and solve problems. We talked about focusing on meaningful problems, thinking through the user experience, no-code solutions, and who benefits from creating a mobile app. Join us for a great product management con…
 
Shein is a $10 billion-in-revenue e-commerce platform directly targeting Gen Z. It was the second most downloaded shopping app globally in the first half of 2021 and has been growing more than 100% for each of the last 8 years. Sell it before building it! Shein leverages a lean innovation approach amplified by AI at scale. In the first episode of L…
 
Hall is the co-founder and CTO of Gridware, a startup that builds a fascinating device that can prevent wildfires by early detection. We talked about the challenges of building such a device, dealing with supply chain shortages, domestic vs offshoring, how the device works, the different technologies they use, and more.…
 
In episode 31 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Jeremy Miller, Senior Staff Experience Architect at GE Aviation! He is also a mentor and a Retro Time Podcast host where they talk about software, from product design to software development, and the soft skills needed to make it in our industry. Jeremy has worked in agency, startu…
 
What is customer experience, and why does it involve a multi-disciplinary team? Our guest today is Gene Lee, the Chief Experience Officer at Mailchimp. You’ll learn about the “bookends” and curating touchpoints in the customer journey, conducting experience reviews, using Voice of the Customer data to prioritize roadmaps, and more. Podcast feed: su…
 
Dylan is the founder and president of Cortex Design, a product design + manufacturing firm. Dylan talked about common mistakes of product builders and innovators that drive up timelines and costs, and tactics to avoid them. We also talked about building strong relationships with suppliers and getting the best results from your manufacturing partner…
 
It was a great pleasure to receive Steph Cruchon from Design Sprint Ltd on this new episode of LeanCast, to talk about how design sprints help companies innovate. Steph has extensive experience running design sprint workshops for companies, and he was able to dive deep into breaking down Design Sprint and its advantages for companies. This was a fa…
 
NFTs are majorly impacting the corporate sector because they allow organizations to provide digital evidence of ownership, attendance, and even transference for various experiences they deliver to their customers. They're so adaptable that they can be utilized to represent a variety of different types of creative work, including virtual real estate…
 
Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Becky Lawlor, founder of Sparkifico. You'll learn about the benefits of doing research content, how to identify the angle for your research, what to include when identifying your audience, tools that you can use for conducting the survey, and more. Please head over t…
 
Picnic is a 6-year-old startup that automates custom pizza preparation. The team faced many challenges in their journey from prototyping to production: lots of integration of different skillsets, supply chain challenges, getting the product to market, making it manufacturable and more. We talked about the challenges and lessons learned from getting…
 
How do we bring fun into our work and design? Our guest today is Rafa Conde, founding designer at Along Video. You’ll learn strategies on how to design freely within bounds, elements of design that contribute to delight, tips on how to manage time with the goal of enjoyment, and more. Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simplecast.com/4MvgQ73R…
 
Finding a mentor is critical for your career, but it's a lot like dating--you can't force it. Eventually you'll both know and you'll develop a relationship and friendship that works for both of you. We discuss the importance of mentors and mentorship and how to find the right mentor. We also talk about: Dealing with sexism and discrimination, both …
 
In episode 30 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Jayneil Dalal, Staff Designer, Mentor, and Host of the design MBA Show! He took a significant leap of faith and transitioned into design after starting a career as an electrical engineer. During Jayneil’s career in design, he has worked as a Product Designer, Lead, and Instructor a…
 
Repost of one of my top listened-to episodes. With a couple of Google conversation designers. Michael is currently working on conversation design at Meta. If you get any value out of this show, or if it has helped you in any way, please subscribe to “Thinking Out Loud About Design” for free to get the distilled learnings on being a staff-level indi…
 
Audio essay on impact in stops in your career. If you get any value out of this show, or if it has helped you in any way, please subscribe to “Thinking Out Loud About Design” for free to get the distilled learnings on being a staff-level individual contributor. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thewayofproductdesign/message…
 
In this episode, our host Behrad Mirafshar receives Rory Colgan, one of Berlin's most active Product/UX design recruiters. With a long experience hiring Product/UX designers for small and big teams, Rory brings actionable advice to putting together an effective design portfolio, offering insights on the current and the future of design markets and …
 
Thiefaine Magre is the co-founder and COO of PROUDUCT, which helps entrepreneurs go from idea to market with full-service global sourcing and an end-to-end supply chain. In this episode we learned different tactics for working with suppliers, dealing with supply chain issues and aligning different teams to get our products faster to market.Get the …
 
Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Julian Juenemann, founder of MeasureSchool and a Google Analytics expert. You'll learn how Google Analytics has evolved over the years, the benefits of organizing your data, tips when using Google's entire suite of data tools, and more. Please head over to the epis…
 
Bill Cowles is a Hardware Product Developer at Fiftyswiss, an industrial design and mechanical engineering consultancy. Bill launched successfully on Kickstarter multiple times and shares some of his insights, as well as some mistakes and lessons that hardware founders make when it comes to getting their products to market.…
 
Season 6 finale! In this episode, I talk with Anthony Armendariz about the culture he and his wife have built at Funsize, the prolific Austin TX-based design agency. We talk about reducing designer churn and the lessons he had to learn so he could grow Funsize. Connect with Anthony: https://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonyarmendariz/ Work at Funsize: ht…
 
The most innovative companies tend to tackle the risk of developing new products upfront. There are 4 types of risks Value Risk Tech Risk Usability Risk Business Viability Risk The most important risk any product developer needs to address upfront is value risk i.e. would customers find values in what we'd like to offer them? aka would they buy it?…
 
In episode 29 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Simran Mhatre, a Product Design Intern at Meta. Simran is originally from India and moved to the United States in 2021 to further her education. She is a graduate student at Indiana University Bloomington, studying Human-Computer Interaction. Simran worked long and hard to land her…
 
In this episode, Kyle Evans and Jenny Meier discussed starting a company, the importance of having diversity on your team (and consequences if you don’t), how the tools we use for communication have neglected diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and what they are doing to fix that at Kollektiv. We also discuss how technology can help, but how ou…
 
I have personally never worked in a company with a dedicated UX researcher, so I reached out to, Varun Murugesan, one of the contributors to UX Research publication Apple & Banana, to learn how to properly utilize a full-time research role in a design org. Connect with Varun: https://www.linkedin.com/in/varunsmurugesan/ Check out Apple & Banana's n…
 
How can we design effectively for stressful situations, like life and death ones? Our guest today is Katie Swindler, design strategist at Allstate. You’ll learn the role of human intuition in high-stress situations, how to use visuals and sounds in life and death design, what situations warrant special design decisions, and more. Podcast feed: subs…
 
In this webinar, Behrad will break down for you the philosophy of design thinking and the tools by which you can conduct a design thinking workshop. Design thinking emphasizes open-mindedness, curiosity, and collaboration Design thinking is an attempt to learn from the designers’ approach to design challenges. The recurrent shift from divergent to …
 
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