Products

UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 221: Behavioral Economics with Kristen Berman

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What is behavioral economics, and how can it help us design better products? Our guest today is Kristen Berman, co-founder of Irrational Labs. You’ll learn the key concepts, tips for motivating users, how behavior shapes design, resources for studying behavior, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 219: Crowdfunding a Book with Jeremy Slagle

What should you do to ensure your Kickstarter campaign success? How can you avoid common pitfalls in structuring your reward tiers? Our guest today is Jeremy Slagle, founder of Slagle Design. You’ll learn how Jeremy successfully launched two children’s book projects, his tips on launching a crowdfunding campaign, benefits beyond funding, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 217: Intuitive Product Design with Fabricio Rosa Marques

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What are the principles of intuitive product design? How do we apply them to general-use software, such as a presentation tool? Our guest today is Fabricio Rosa Marques, Head of Product Design at Pitch. You’ll learn the story behind their product, how they arrive at design consensus, how they delight users, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 212: Data-Driven Design Decisions with Zack Naylor

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How can we use data to drive discussions and solve disagreements as a product team? How can we, as designers, take a seat at the decision-making table? Today our guest is Zack Naylor, the co-founder and CEO of Aurelius. You’ll learn how to convert data into product insights, how to evaluate quantitative and qualitative data, how to say “no” to product roadmap suggestions, and more.
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Better Done Than Perfect. Using Surveys for Customer Success with Moritz Dausinger

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Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Moritz Dausinger, founder of Refiner. Moritz shares the story behind his survey tool, when and how to survey your users, and many other tips for making the most of the survey data.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 211: Starting a New SaaS Product with Adii Pienaar

What can we learn about starting new SaaS products from a multi-exit founder? Are there generalized lessons that apply for almost every product? Our guest today is Adii Pinaar, the founder of Cogsy and author of Life Profitability. You’ll learn what lessons Adii accumulated from his prior companies, how to evaluate advice before applying it, how to hire in the early stages, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 210: Running a UX Patterns Library with Ramy Khuffash

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What does it take to successfully run a content library for designers? What are the challenges? Our guest today is Ramy Khuffash, indie hacker and founder of Page Flows and Screenjar. You’ll learn about Ramy’s founder journey, how he works on multiple products simultaneously, how content products compare to traditional SaaS products, his pricing strategy, and more.
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Better Done Than Perfect. Customer Success for Infoproducts with Alex Hillman

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Today we’re bringing you the first episode of Better Done Than Perfect’s Season 2. Join us for a talk with Alex Hillman, founder of Stacking The Bricks and author of The Tiny MBA. We discuss the company’s conception and philosophy, how they handle customer service, what makes a great course, and so much more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 207: Scheduling & Calendar Design with Derrick Reimer

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What makes a successful scheduling app? We may never know the exact answer, but we can learn from some of the best. Our guest today is Derrick Reimer, founder of SavvyCal. He shares the story behind his new product, calendar design tips, customer success insights, tool recommendations, and much more. (more…)

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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 206: Writing Useful Books with Rob Fitzpatrick

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What does it take to write a truly useful book? How do you measure and optimize reader engagement? Our guest today is Rob Fitzpatrick, author of The Mom Test and entrepreneur. You’ll hear Rob’s take on traditional publishing vs self-publishing, customer interviews, testing, iteration cycles, book marketing, reader profiles, and his DEEP writing framework. (more…)

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