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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 91: Meaningful Motion in UX with Adrian Zumbrunnen

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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.

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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 90: Executing on Product Ideas with Marc Köhlbrugge

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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.

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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 89: SaaS vs Ecommerce with Josh Pigford

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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.

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UI Breakfast Year in Review 2017

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The new year is around the corner, and it’s time to pause and self-reflect. This year was very productive: I did plenty of consulting, grew my podcast, published another book, sold my SaaS product, and started a new one.

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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 73: Minimizing UX Debt with Jack Moffett

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Does your product suffer from inconsistent behavior or performance? Then you’re probably dealing with UX debt. In this episode, we’re tackling this problem with our special guest Jack Moffett, a famous interaction designer and author. You’ll learn about three primary sources of UX debt, how to put together a UX debt inventory, how to deal with the issues and prevent potential problems in future.

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How Sean D’Souza Changed Everything I Know About Pricing

Until yesterday, I’ve been a confident user of a three-tier pricing strategy. But then Sean D’Souza (author of my favorite book, The Brain Audit) came along with his talk at Double Your Freelancing Conference in Stockholm. His pricing method turned my world upside down. So I’m sharing his method with you!

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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 65: Measuring User Happiness with Richard Felix

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Today our goal is to get into the minds of our users, and predict when they’re likely to churn. Our guest expert is Richard Felix — the founder of Stunning, Retained, and multiple other products — who knows everything (and then some) about customer retention. You’ll learn about different types of churn, how to measure user happiness, and what you should do if your customer decided to cancel.

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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 64: Making Freemium Work with Bridget Harris

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Freemium is a wildly popular pricing model these days. But how do you make the free plan work for your business, not disrupt it? Today our guest is Bridget Harris, CEO and co-founder of YouCanBook.me. You’ll learn why freemium is a great marketing tool, why free and paid users almost never overlap, and how to find the right balance between free and paid features. I already applied many of Bridget’s tips in Tiny Reminder and am very grateful for her advice!

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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 56: Product Development Secrets with Claire Suellentrop

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This is an extraordinary plus-size interview with an outstanding guest — Claire Suellentrop of Love Your Customer, previously Director of Marketing and employee #2 at Calendly. You’ll hear her best advice on a range of topics: customer interviews, landing pages, user onboarding, gaining traction, content marketing, and much more. You’ll also learn an intriguing story how she got started with Calendly.

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UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 55: Designing for Engagement with Susan Weinschenk

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How do you design products that people are actually going to use? Many answers hide in behavioral psychology. Our guest today is Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D. — a famous speaker, author, and behavioral scientist. How do you grab and hold user’s attention? Why are micro-interactions so important? What are the seven drivers of motivation? We discuss these questions (and much more) in this value-packed interview.

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