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Presentations are everywhere: we use them for talks, webinars, investor meetings, and many other occasions. Today our guest is Payman Taei, the founder of Visme. You’ll learn the story behind their tool, what makes a good presentation, how to translate your ideas into visuals, and what mistakes to avoid.Read more
Should you relax once you find that mythical product-market fit? Our guest today is Arvid Kahl, the author of The Bootstrapped Founder blog. You’ll learn how to stay in touch with your market, proactively collect customer feedback, overcome technical challenges, and make sure your product remains the best solution for your audience.Read more
What makes a great live event? What makes a great remote event? Our guest today is Paul Campbell, co-founder and CEO of Tito. The recent crisis nearly threw them out of business, but they didn’t give up and built a new live-streaming platform. You’ll learn about Paul’s journey, what spectacular event experience means for him, and how to navigate the organizational constraints while staying true to your values.Read more
How are the most successful enterprise products designed? Is the process any different from consumer applications? Our guest today is Rakesh Patwari, director of product design at Salesforce and a design educator. You’ll learn how the enterprise ecosystem works, how to approach complex products with the right mindset, and how to pursue a career in this field.Read more
Why do some online communities thrive, and the others fizzle out? What is the secret sauce? Our awesome guest today is Courtland Allen, the founder of Indie Hackers. You’ll learn how to start a community from scratch, choose the right format, handle the mechanics, make it safe, and much more.Read more
How do you design a product that truly changes people’s lives? Our guest today is Amy Bucher — a UX specialist focusing on behavior-change design, and the author of Engaged. You’ll learn about the core principles of behavior-change design, how to help users achieve their goals, how accountability works, and how to craft an engaging and motivating product experience. (more…)Read more
Today we talk about the “hidden” infrastructure around software products — release announcements, app store assets, help documentation, and much more. Our guest is Max Seelemann, executive director at Ulysses (an award-winning writing app for Mac and iOS). He shares how their product has evolved over the years, how they meticulously approach each release, how to handle localizations, and how to nurture relationships with the press.Read more
Today we’re taking a look at another industry where design can make a difference — products for older adults. Our guest is Dr. Judy Dressner, specializing in occupational therapy and gerontology. You’ll learn what challenges the senior citizens face when interacting with the world, and how software can help.Read more
Why are some dashboards so meaningless? How can you make information helpful? Today our guest is Brian O’Neil, founder & principal of Designing for Analytics. You’ll learn how to approach data visualization thoughtfully, how to help users make their decisions, why you shouldn’t go after fancy diagrams, and why “removing everything” isn’t always your best strategy.Read more
What do we need to know about digital security as website owners and SaaS founders? Our guest today is Michael Buckbee, the founder of Expedited Security. We talk about different aspects of security online: top risks, TLS/SSL, encryption, VPNs, bug bounties, and much more.Read more
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