Products

UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 278: Product Management with Benjamin Humphrey

What does successful product management look like for a bigger team? Our guest today is Benjamin Humphrey, co-founder and CEO of Dovetail. You’ll learn why designers hold more product management power at Dovetail, how product knowledge is shared across their team, why product marketing is important, and more.
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UI Breakfast Year in Review 2023

Happy holidays! Glad to be writing these reviews again. As I skipped 2021 and 2022, let’s recap all three years in one post. (more…)

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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 272: User Respect with Christina Nguyen White

In the world of business goals and KPIs, how do we make space for user respect? Our guest today is Christina Nguyen White, Vice President of Design at Loom. You’ll learn the definition of user respect, how Loom leveraged user respect to redesign their desktop app, how they help users who are not exactly comfortable with videos, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 270: Prototyping for Mobile with Dan LaCivita

Can you design a mobile app using a mobile app? Our guest today is Dan LaCivita, co-founder and co-CEO of Play. You’ll learn about their motivation for building Play, how their tool helps designers during high-fidelity phases, how they’re building trust in the industry, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 265: Designing for Families with Nathalie Stratton

When designing for both adults and children, what aspects do you need to consider? Our guest today is Nathalie Stratton, the co-founder and head of product at Hearth Display. You’ll learn the story behind their product, how they researched users in different age groups, how the team approached prototyping and testing, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 253: Brand Voice & Tone with Reese Fuller

How do you make sure your product “sounds” on-brand? Our guest today is Reese Fuller, lead writer at Work & Co. You’ll learn what brand voice looks like as a deliverable, the process of developing it, how to approach overhaul projects for mature brands, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 246: Running a Profitable Email List with Chase Dimond

How can you monetize your email list? Our guest today is Chase Dimond, email marketer and founder of multiple companies. You’ll learn how to grow your email list, why you should hyperfocus on your niche, how to run a paid newsletter, how to keep your email list clean, and more.
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 245: Engaging In-product Experiences with Pulkit Agrawal

What’s the best way to drive product engagement without getting in the user’s way? Our guest today is Pulkit Agrawal, co-founder and CEO of Chameleon. You’ll learn why less is more in onboarding, practical tips on how to conduct A/B testing of your onboarding process, why it’s important to understand the pain point from the user perspective, and more
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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 240: Designing for Play & Delight with Richard Ward

Portrait of Richard Ward

Can play and delight be an afterthought? Or must they be integral to a product from day one? Our guest today is Richard Ward, chief design officer at Otter.ai. You’ll learn how to balance designing for delight and utility, how to bring joy to product users, ways to get design inspiration, and more.
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Start Here: Your Essential Content Guide

My dear friend, here’s a curated list of content organized by topic. I put it together for you, so that you can learn the essentials of our business ecosystem without paying top dollar for expensive training.

It starts with my own books and talks, and continues with other resources organized by topic. Note: I only include resources that are either free or very affordable.

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