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How do you stand out among thousands of other businesses? How do you become unique without being crazy? Our guest today is Melissa Eggleston — an author, UX designer, and content strategist. You’ll learn how to identify and promote your brand values, how to find your voice, and how to make your user experience truly special.Read more
We get so excited about new things that often overlook the ending experiences — which can have dramatic impact. Our guest today is Joe McLeod, a famous designer, author, speaker, and thought leader. Joe shares the philosophy and practical ideas for healthy endings in content, products, companies, software, and much more.Read more
A published book can magically boost your authority in the field. But how do you get started with your first one? Today our special guest is Rachel Andrew, a famous writer, speaker, co-founder of Perch CMS, and CSS Working Group Invited Expert. Rachel talks about her writing process, reviews publishing options, and shares practical tips with the new authors.Read more
Designing good experiences is hard, but what about bringing your designs to life? This topic has always been my biggest professional frustration. Today our guest is James Stone, an independent design systems engineering consultant. You’ll learn how design systems can help alleviate the pain, and how to speed up the development process using frameworks, templates, starter projects, and living (coded) style guides.Read more
Typography might be hard to discuss in a podcast, but we’re giving it a try! Today our guest is Rafal Tomal, VP of Design at Rainmaker Digital. You’ll learn about the current state of web typography, why fonts play such a huge role in usability and branding, and how to make sensible font choices for your software product.Read more
We hear a lot about growth hacking, but often forget about the true fuel for any business: organic growth. Today our guest is Ashley Greene, the founder of Instratify. You’ll learn how to discover precious customer insights, run interviews and surveys, manage analytics, and achieve sustainable organic growth for your product.Read more
The biggest thing about UX roadmapping is that… there’s no such thing. “Your UX roadmap is a product roadmap,” says David Pasztor, the founder of UX Studio and the author of Product Design. In this episode, you’ll learn what makes a good roadmap, how to plan for something that will inevitably change, what tools to use, and how to run a roadmapping workshop with your clients.Read more
Oh, it’s so easy to wear yourself out in the ongoing creative battle! Today our guest is Femke van Schoonhoven — a designer, writer, and fellow podcaster. You’ll learn how to embrace your perfectionism, find the work-life balance, deal with the different parts of the feast-or-famine cycle, and find inspiration (not frustration) following other designers.Read more
Research panels are a fantastic way to do UX research: instead of emailing the entire user list, you’re working with a small loyal segment of your audience. Our guest today is Ashley Warren, a UX researcher at ShortStack. You’ll learn how to put together a representative research panel, keep them motivated, organize the research process, and manage the results. (more…)Read more
What makes a perfect brand account on social media? There’s no recipe. But there are some general rules! Today our guest is Liam Sarsfield, the founder of Extra — a social media automation tool for brands. We talk about the best practices, tools, and inspiring examples to supercharge your company’s account.Read more
With this free email course you’ll conduct a simple do-it-yourself audit of your web app: eliminate the obvious design flaws, gain control of your features, and start building the UI that customers really want.