Design

UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 263: Sharing Work in Progress with Brian Lovin

Portrait of Brian Lovin

What value can designers get from sharing their work in progress? Does it outweigh the fears? Our guest today is Brian Lovin, the founder of Campsite. You’ll learn about Brian’s motivation for creating the platform, how peer feedback improves the design process, the anxiety that keeps designers from sharing outside their team, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 260: Managing the Design Process with Paul Boag

There’s so much more to the design craft than just designing. How can you work harmoniously with stakeholders in a project? Our guest today is Paul Boag, a CRO expert. You’ll learn how to involve clients in the design process, how to communicate your design to different stakeholders, how to deal with committees, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 259: Designing Services vs Products with Justin Zalewski

How can services improve and expand our product experience? Our guest today is Justin Zalewski, director of product design and strategy at Studio Science. You’ll learn their framework for figuring out customer pains, how to establish the balance between self-serve and done for you, how to test your design service prototype, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 258: Data-driven Design Systems with Berk Çebi

How can you measure the success of your design system? Our guest today is Berk Çebi, co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Zeplin. You’ll learn what a design system is, how their customer interviews led to a new product, when you should start investing in design documentation, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 257: White-hat CRO with Paul Boag

Can you improve conversion rates ethically, without deceptive tricks? Our guest today is Paul Boag, a CRO expert. You’ll learn about the negative impacts of using dark patterns, how to promote ethical decisions in your organization, why supporting evidence is so important for designers, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 255: Running a Design Vision Program with Nick Myers

How exactly do you run a successful design vision program? Our guest today is Nick Myers, VP of Design and Research at Patreon. You’ll learn what a design vision program is, its components, why it’s applicable to any company size, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 252: Building a Content Strategy Practice with Natalie Marie Dunbar

How do you build a sustainable content strategy practice? Our guest today is Natalie Marie Dunbar, author of From Solo to Scaled. You’ll learn what a content strategy practice is, how different teams work together to implement it, the five components of the content strategy practice blueprint, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 251: Retail Branding with Todd Maute

How do you design for a retailer brand that has thousands of products? Our guest today is Todd Maute, partner at CBX. You’ll learn about the structures of the retail branding and retail packaging industries, how a design idea becomes a finished product on the shelf, their advice for designers who want to go into packaging, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 250: The Laws of Creativity with Joey Cofone

Designers or not, we practice creativity every day. What are some of the laws that govern creativity? Our guest today is Joey Cofone, founder of Baron Fig. You’ll learn about his decade-long journey of writing the book, his advice for storytelling, why you should care about creativity, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 249: Slow Design with Pree Kolari

What does “slow design” mean for us, practitioners? Our guest today is Pree Kolari, VP of design at Klaviyo. You’ll learn about the three thesis statements of slow design, why design is important in building long-term relationships, how to build a remarkable product, and more.
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