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Getting hardware teams from designs to manufactured products. In this interview series, we host hardware manufacturing professionals, hardware founders, and engineers to talk about the journeys of people who build products, product design principles, DFM guidelines, new materials and processes, working with manufacturers, common mistakes, and much more!
 
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Product Design Stories

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Product Design Stories

Norbert Boros, Roland Fenyvesi

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A Product Design Storiesban annak próbálunk utánajárni, hogyan lehet kiváló digitális termékeket csinálni, milyen gondolkodás szükséges ehhez, illetve miként lehet fejlődni a UX, UI, product design, service design szakmákban. Tesszük ezt javarészt interjúk útján. A show két házigazdája Boros Norbert és Fenyvesi Roland.
 
This podcast has one mission: Help product designers generate massive value for their clients, their companies and themselves so they can do the work they enjoy the most. We know design is valuable, but how can you unlock the true value of design in your work? This show interviews product designers from places like Google, Domo, IBM, Intuit, and Uber to find out what makes a valuable product designer and how you can be one as well.
 
The official UX Institute Podcast is hosted by UX Institute CEO and Founder Mark Swaine, (www.uxinstitute.com). The UXI podcast will be sharing insights and thought leadership on key areas of User Experience, Customer Experience, Building Product and the Users. Learn how to jump into UX, advance your career and develop UX / Product leadership skills.
 
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Ideate. A User Experience UX Design Podcast - product design

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Ideate. A User Experience UX Design Podcast - product design

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How can French cooking methods improve the safety of your car? Why can’t you just settle on what movie to watch on Netflix? Why do you have to sign a credit card receipt for a pack of gum? This is Ideate. A podcast about the user experience of items we use every day. Hosted by The Smyth Group design team: Hiromi, Nikita, Aaron, Paul and Rob.
 
Brighten your day – learn about user experience, design, products, gaming and technology. With entertaining and funny chat that goes off on unexpected tangents about life, everyday pain points and hilarious solutions. 80% random, 20% user experience (UX) and user interfaces (UI)* Your hosts Mark, Nick and Paul discuss a different subject around design, UX, UI, business and technology, with the occasional special guest thrown in for good measure. Ironically as Henry Ford almost definitely did ...
 
Created by Bonanza Design, one of the best Innovation Studios in Germany, this podcast is a hands-on knowledge stem from dealing with large-scale innovation projects, going throught all UX Design, Design Thinking and Product Innovation burning questions and helping you to overcome its challenges. Featuring Behrad Mirafshar, a highly experienced UX designer and an active voice in the fields of Sustainability, Innovation and Design Thinking. He studied the latter in Sweden and, in 2012, moved ...
 
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Throughout the pandemic, many companies were forced to make an abrupt shift to a fully remote work environment. This, combined with the growth of the gig economy, means that today, many managers rarely if ever meet with their team members in person. In this new episode, we welcomed Tobias Hagenau for a deeper conversation on how to build teamwork i…
 
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. Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simplecast.com/4MvgQ73R in your favorite podc…
 
In episode 41 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Kim Hodges, Director of Digital Accessibility at the University of South Carolina. Kim has a fascinating origin story that led him to accessibility, which he tells us in the full episode. He has over fourteen years of personal and professional experience making digital environments…
 
The holiday season is upon us once again (I know, I’m struggling to believe it too). But that means egg nog, sugar cookies, and giving gifts. You may find yourself looking for ideas for holiday gifts for those special people in your life. Or struggling with ideas for your own gift list. And if you or anyone you know happens to be a product manager …
 
Supply chains benefit from digital technologies. But with all the tools in the market, it’s confusing to match them with practical needs.How can you know what’s relevant, without making it your second job?In this episode, we discussed these challenges and ways to overcome them.Jiga, Inc. による
 
In this episode, we welcomed back one of our dearest guests, Carlos Parga, to explore a little bit more about optimizing your UX work and how important it is to plan your actions and organize yourself. Access Copy.ai here. Follow Carlos on LinkedIn here. Join our Discord Community hereBonanza Design による
 
In this episode, the Lean Product Innovator & UX Strategist with +12 years of experience, and leader of one of the best UX Design studios in Germany, Bonanza Design, Behrad Mirafshar, breaks it down for you: 👉 What is Lean UX Process? 👉 The role of designers in a typical agile process 👉 How can UX designers be effectively incorporated at all stages…
 
Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Claudiu Murariu, co-founder and CEO of InnerTrends. You'll learn about the role email plays in a product, how to track the impact of your email, two types of impact from sending a message, and more. Please head over to the episode page for the detailed recap and key …
 
The more companies understand the power of a great user experience design and its impact on customer loyalty, the more they are willing to have it embedded in their culture. And, choosing between dedicating your professional self to working for a design agency or a corporate company is a big deal. In this episode, we have received Tia Scarciello, D…
 
In this episode of LeanCast we’ve received Forber 30 under 30 Janosch Kühn, co-founder of Kolibri Games, who together with Daniel Stammler and Oliver Löffler, have bootstrapped and scaled up to a 9-figure-exit to Ubisoft within 4 years; to talk about scaling your gaming company, the future of the industry in the new Web3 scene and the impact of ent…
 
How do you build a sustainable content strategy practice? Our guest today is Natalie Marie Dunbar, author of From Solo to Scaled. You’ll learn what a content strategy practice is, how different teams work together to implement it, the five components of the content strategy practice blueprint, and more. Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simp…
 
Description Stakeholder management and communication are critical to successfully managing a product and building a product team or organization, but are some of the most difficult skills to master. In this episode, Christina and Kyle discuss how to communicate better, manage stakeholders, and improve our skills as teammates and leaders. Christina …
 
In this episode of UX Boostcamp, we dive deeper into the tasks and challenges of managing multiple clients and projects, the myths of multitasking, and how to keep yourself productive in the middle of the chaos. Download the book “Your Brain at Work” here. Join our Discord Community here.Bonanza Design による
 
In episode 40 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Kate Syuma, Head of Growth Design at Miro. Over the last five years at Miro, Kate has grown from an IC Product Designer to a Product Design Lead and up to her current role. Her insights on career growth and keeping things fresh as your career progress are fantastic! During our chat…
 
We understand how intimidating going into the field can be, with this in mind our team has carefully crafted the content in this episode to help give you confidence and a better start on your career path. In this talk, We break down for you what you can do for each point. We present to you many use cases and examples of how we address these issues …
 
Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Jonathan Gandolf, founder and CEO of The Juice. You'll learn how to curate your content lineup manually, why content distribution is important, and more. Please head over to the episode page for the detailed recap and key takeaways. Show notes The Juice – Jonathan’s …
 
Innovation is about DOING! The right innovation strategy and effective management within an organization will set boundaries and boost the discovery of opportunity fields. On this episode of UX Boostcamp, we invited Bonanza Design’s UX Researcher and Innovator, Esther Huber, to talk about hot to leverage the lean innovation sprints, and validate yo…
 
The decision to become an entrepreneur is probably the most liberating and frightening of all decisions you will make during your lifetime. As an owner of a startup, you will have to make tough choices and go through many ups and downs, all the while hoping for a better tomorrow. Foreseeing and mitigating risks is going to be crucial to ensure succ…
 
How do you design for a retailer brand that has thousands of products? Our guest today is Todd Maute, partner at CBX. You’ll learn about the structures of the retail branding and retail packaging industries, how a design idea becomes a finished product on the shelf, their advice for designers who want to go into packaging, and more. Podcast feed: s…
 
In this episode of UX Boostcamp, we cover a very sensitive topic: Client Management and Communication For anyone who is starting their career, I believe this is one of the most challenging and frightening parts. To help us navigate this burning topic we invited our colleague Carlos, who has loads of experience when it comes to dealing with clients …
 
In episode 39 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Sarah Doody, Founder and CEO of Career Strategy Lab, a job search and career accelerator program for people in UX, tech, and product. Sarah started as a UX Researcher and Designer with different startups in New York City. She opened a research and design consultancy in 2012 and is …
 
Starting a successful business is not easy. One in five businesses fail in the first two years and almost half never make it to their fifth birthday. It takes someone gutsy and talented (and probably a little bit lucky) to start a successful business. Having said that, it is not always the case that Entrepreneurship is easy or rewarding without muc…
 
Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Lauren Meyer, chief marketing officer at SocketLabs. You'll learn about the mechanism of how an email is delivered, the factors that affect deliverability, why you should use engagement metrics as proxies for deliverability, and more. Please head over to the episode …
 
In this episode of UX Boostcamp, we covered a topic that haunts every Junior UX Designer: organizing your work! We know how big the workload can be and how overwhelming it is to receive so much information and directions all at once for the first time. We have invited our dear colleague Lorant Trellay to guide us through the maze of project and fil…
 
Understanding what product to build is hard, and in hardware, it's even harder. Nohtal pivoted his hardware startup and made big bets on an entirely different market, which paid off. Nohtal explained how they identified what product to build, and analyzed the lessons they learned along the way.Jiga, Inc. による
 
More than ever before, your business operates in an unpredictable global business landscape. Some companies falter whilst others thrive. Among other things, thriving organisations fully embrace the complexity they face, learning to be responsive to the ways in which the dynamics unfold. Today, the ability to lead in complexity is a crucial leadersh…
 
Designers or not, we practice creativity every day. What are some of the laws that govern creativity? Our guest today is Joey Cofone, founder of Baron Fig. You’ll learn about his decade-long journey of writing the book, his advice for storytelling, why you should care about creativity, and more. Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simplecast.c…
 
Description Creativity is not just for the professionals or the “creatives”. It is for everyone and is about the practice of ideas. More specifically, combining unrelated and abstract ideas in new ways. And it is so important. Not just because we need to solve problems, but because those who apply creative thinking get paid more and are nearly 300%…
 
After following all our tips you hava finally landed your first gig in the UX Design industry! Every day, thousands of people take on new jobs. They are all worried and worried about whether they fit in the new place. But with the new responsibilities you might find yourself lost in this new process, and the questions, doubles, and stress start com…
 
In episode 38 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Ahmad Kadhim (also known as AK), Co-founder and VP of Product at 3RM, a Web3 startup. He made his way into tech over ten years ago through a Bootcamp and has worked as a developer, designer, and product manager during his career. During our chat, AK advises how to break into tech a…
 
Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Samar Owais, email strategist and founder of Emails Done Right. You'll learn about the extended onboarding flows, how to increase conversions from your mailing list, how to do discounts for SaaS the right way, and more. Please head over to the episode page for the de…
 
The UX design of software products, now more than ever, is the make-or-break of your success. You need to create a user-centric product that your clients will be proud of. But how can you manage your UX design team effectively? Since UX design is a collaborative process between and within teams, it might get complicated. You need to consider the ti…
 
If you have been following UX Boostcamp you have already learned how to prepare your UX Portfolio, how to build your case studies… and In the fourth episode of UX Boostcamp, it is time to get to the action, look for a job! That’s what everyone wants, and we are here to help you with that. So we will go through many topics from sharing your work, th…
 
Being a mobile app entrepreneur is a roller coaster ride with so many ups and downs. Your mobile app will be competing with several other mobile apps. And, even if your mobile app idea is unique, you still need to have a solid growth plan to ensure success. A consistent UX across all mediums will be one of the key aspects to help you grow your mobi…
 
What does “slow design” mean for us, practitioners? Our guest today is Pree Kolari, VP of design at Klaviyo. You’ll learn about the three thesis statements of slow design, why design is important in building long-term relationships, how to build a remarkable product, and more. Podcast feed: subscribe to https://feeds.simplecast.com/4MvgQ73R in your…
 
Description Speaking and communicating well is critical for all of us. So how can we improve? In this episode, Brenden from MasterTalk joins us to discuss public speaking, presenting, and communicating better. We discuss overcoming your barriers and finding your motivation to become a better communicator at work and in life. We also discuss applyin…
 
We are back with another episode of UX Boostcamp, bringing you the best tricks to quickstart your UX career. So far we have covered the basics of what is UX, debunked some really crazy online myths, and gave you the best road to success when it comes to building your portfolio! In this episode, we talk about another very feared topic: CASE STUDIES …
 
In episode 37 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Brad Frost, Creator of the Atomic Design Philosophy and Design Systems Guru. He runs his own consultancy where he helps people with design systems and assists companies by setting them up to design systems correctly. Brad shares where the Atomic Design philosophy came from, what he…
 
Content marketing is an affordable, long-term, and customer-focused tactic for generating traffic and leads. It’s key to successful B2B inbound marketing at a time when communication is a cacophony, not a conversation. With more ways to communicate than ever, consumers have become hyperaware of ads and sales pitches and they don’t like it. So, befo…
 
Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk to Todd Olson, co-founder and CEO of Pendo. You'll learn about the three pillars of product-led growth, the sales process for a highly technical product, the benefits of having a free plan, and more. Please head over to the episode page for the detailed recap and key ta…
 
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