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Surprisingly, most web applications offer the same “out of the box” experience to all users — skipping on the opportunity to delight them with custom details. Today we talk about UX personalization with our special guest Samuel Hulick, the ultimate guru of user onboarding and the creator of UserOnboard.com. You’ll learn how to make web app experience more suitable for each individual user, and how to approach personas, use cases, situations, sample data, and much more.Read more
We all receive plenty of “let’s get started” emails when we sign up for new software. Some of them stand out, the rest don’t even get read. What makes the difference? Our guest today is the amazing Val Geisler, an email onboarding copywriter and strategist. You’ll learn what exactly you should be sending to your new users, how much is enough, what subject lines and CTAs work best, and much more.Read more
Templates and frameworks are a whole separate design industry! Today our guest is Seth Coelen, the author of Bootsketch — a comprehensive library of Bootstrap components for Sketch. You’ll learn the success story behind his product, and get tips for building (and selling) design resources on your own.Read more
It’s episode one hundred today — and we have a spectacular guest to celebrate! It’s Patrick McKenzie, a SaaS thought leader who doesn’t need an introduction. We talk about leveling up your business — starting with smaller products like books, and then progressing towards more complex ones. Patrick explains why products can make such positive influence on your life and business, shares stories and examples, and provides inspiration for those who are starting out.Read more
What comes first, the product or the team? Without any doubt, the team is #1 priority for Natalie Nagele, co-founder and CEO of Wildbit. We discuss their strategy around multiple SaaS products, how they became a product agnostic team, and how they juggle resources while staying focused and productive.Read more
How do you measure value in such abstract industry as design? Today we continue on the topic of value-based pricing with our guest Nick Disabato, a famous designer and writer. You’ll learn how to identify and demonstrate the value of your UI/UX services, what exactly stands behind a high price tag, what KPIs to measure, and how to bring maximum business value to the table.Read more
Feeling trapped in hourly billing forever? Welcome to our two-part miniseries on value-based pricing. Our guest today is Jonathan Stark, a famous consultant and author of Hourly Billing Is Nuts. You’ll learn why hourly billing is detrimental to your earnings and to your productivity, how to transition to value-based pricing, and how to conduct all the hard conversations with your clients.Read more
Thanks to technology, the whole world is at your fingertips. But how exactly do you approach customers from other countries? Our guest today is Ed Freyfogle, co-founder of OpenCage Geocoder. You’ll learn how to sell SaaS products internationally, build trust, engage with local communities, and handle details like pricing and billing.Read more
Being a founder is a tough, lonely job. How do you stay sane (and happy) on this journey? Our special guest today is Sherry Walling — a clinical psychologist, founder of ZenFounder, podcaster, and author. We discuss how founders can overcome their emotional challenges, how to make sure that your family is on your side, and how to maintain physical and emotional health.Read more
Building a product is never a simple linear process, not to mention processes in large UX teams. Our guest today is Kurt Shmidt, the president of Foundry and host of The Schmidt List podcast. You’ll learn what makes a good design team, what tools and methods are available, how to distribute tasks and make smooth transitions between different project stages.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.