How do you make sure your design efforts are effective? There’s no bigger mistake than just guess! Brent Palmer, a design lead at Zendesk, walks us through the tools and methods for data-driven design. You’ll learn how to approach customer research the right way, why testing is important, and how to deal with the research results.Read more
When does A/B testing have a positive impact on your business? How do you make intelligent, informed decisions? How do you prevent your ego and past experience from interfering? Today our guest Nick Disabato, my good friend and a world-class expert in A/B testing, talks about his research-driven work process and his humble philosophy.Read more
In this episode we’re diving into conversion rate optimization with our special guest Momoko Price of Kantan Designs. You’ll learn why research is key to any CRO activity, why elimination testing is awesome, what tools you can use to split-test your pages, and how to plan the entire testing process.Read more
Discovering customer motivation is the core part of UX research! Today you’ll learn to do it using Jobs to Be Done methodology (JTBD). Our special guest is Eric White, a customer-insight consultant who helps businesses understand why their customers buy. You’ll discover the JTBD principles, and learn how to run an effective customer interview.Read more
In this episode we’re exploring a very unique, creative approach to user experience design. Andy Parker, digital consultant and UX designer, is a big fan of collaborative onsite workshops. You’ll learn how to get all decision-makers together in one room, and how to solve design challenges with creative games and exercises.Read more
This is the final episode with Kai Davis! Today we discuss the art of interviewing people. How can interviews boost your business? What are the awesome side effects? What’s better: written format, audio or video? How do you make the process as smooth and effective as possible?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.