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Everything has been done before. But where is that fine line between getting inspiration, copying, and downright stealing? Our guest today is Ferdinand Vogler, a product designer who specializes in digital experiences. We discuss the ethical side of repurposing design ideas, how copying can help designers master their craft, and why you shouldn’t be afraid of repeating yourself in your own work.Read more
This is a special behind-the-scenes episode with Claire Suellentrop, one of my co-founders for Userlist.io (alongside Benedikt Deicke). We share our co-founder story, product strategy, and the initial research process. You’ll learn how to do a brand sprint exercise, how to run customer interviews, and how to transform your data into product insights.Read more
Meaningful motion can make a huge difference in your product, yet it’s so often overlooked! Our guest today is Adrian Zumbrunnen, a designer and engineer at Google. We discuss how to approach motion strategically, who’s responsible for the implementation, how to document transitions when you hand off your work, and how to “breathe life” into an existing web app.Read more
The world would be a different place if all ideas were brought to life! Even getting started is hard, not to mention making it to the launch. Today our guest is the awesome Marc Köhlbrugge, founder of BetaList and multiple other products. Marc shares some of his product stories, and we discuss methods and tools for building software products more effectively.Read more
How much do SaaS and ecommerce have in common? Today our guest is Josh Pigford, the founder of Baremetrics, who has lately moved into ecommerce. Josh talks about his background with products, shares the story of his new business, and how it helps him flex his creative (and entrepreneurial) muscle.Read more
A frightening fact: everything you do online can be tracked and used against your interest. How can we fix that? Our guest today is the awesome Trine Falbe — an ethical experience design consultant, speaker, teacher, and author. We talk about “black hat” and “white hat” UX practices, privacy problems, products for children, and what UX designers can do to protect their users.Read more
Here’s another episode to make you reflect on our industry during the holidays! Our guest is William Channer — co-founder of Panda, host of the Dorm Room Tycoon podcast, and the founder of Interface lovers. William shares interesting stories from his podcasting experience, as well as insights about the startup industry and product design.Read more
What does the present of design look like? What does the future hold for us? Our special guest today is Khoi Vinh, the Principal Designer at Adobe. We talk about the evolution of UX industry over the last few years, as well as modern UX tools, trends, issues, and resources.Read more
How do you know if your new product is going to find customers? Different validation techniques are there to help. Today our guest is Brian Casel — a founder, author, and fellow podcaster. We talk about his extensive multi-step validation of Ops Calendar, and break down the process (and possible mistakes) for each single step.Read more
Novelists and playwrights have been using the same storytelling principles for centuries with great success. Why not use them in UX to make your product more engaging? Today our guest is Dan Nessler, an experience director, speaker, and UX blogger. We discuss how the main storytelling principles — reason, hero, conflict, structure, awareness, and virality — can be applied in product design.Read more
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