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
What lifestyle allows you to create your best work? What kind of habits can you adopt? Today our special guest is Tomas Laurinavicius, a famous lifestyle entrepreneur and blogger. We discuss his lifestyle choices and routines, common challenges, and what anyone can do right now to become more productive.Read more
The show is back from the summer break! Today we’re exploring the trending topic of conversational UX with Jonathan Stark, a famous mobile consultant and author. You’ll learn the basic principles behind voice interfaces and chatbots, what makes them so powerful and personal, and what tools you can leverage in this new environment.Read more
Today our goal is to get into the minds of our users, and predict when they’re likely to churn. Our guest expert is Richard Felix — the founder of Stunning, Retained, and multiple other products — who knows everything (and then some) about customer retention. You’ll learn about different types of churn, how to measure user happiness, and what you should do if your customer decided to cancel.Read more
How do you introduce your software into a foreign market? How do you even make an informed decision about it? Our guest today is Joe Leech, UX and product consultant, and the author of Psychology for Designers. He has run research and design projects in 38 countries, and happy to share his experience — peppered with stories and amazing facts. You’ll learn why international UX goes way beyond translation, how to approach new countries, why some markets are particularly challenging, and how to do research when your customers speak a different language.Read more
How do you design products that people are actually going to use? Many answers hide in behavioral psychology. Our guest today is Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D. — a famous speaker, author, and behavioral scientist. How do you grab and hold user’s attention? Why are micro-interactions so important? What are the seven drivers of motivation? We discuss these questions (and much more) in this value-packed interview.Read more
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