The UX Intern is an interview show in which seasoned User Experience Designers share their wisdom and experience with a UX Intern.
Katie Dill & Joe Rinaldi
This last special episode has two interviews, one with Katie Dill of Airbnb and one with Joe Rinaldi of Happy Cog. They both give advice about interviewing and getting hired as a UXer. Also, at the end there is some highlighted advice from previous episodes of the show. Thank you so much for listening, and be sure to note - the adventure continues at experiencepod.com :)
Dr. Leslie Jensen-Inman & Jared Spool
There are two guests in #12 - Dr. Leslie Jensen-Inman and Jared Spool. Both of them have contributed a lot to the field of UX through their writing and speaking. As the two founders of UX school Center Centre, they talk about the mission and philosophy behind their teaching. They also share advice and talk about the bright future ahead for all of us as UX designers!
Luke Wroblewski is the champion of the mobile first design movement. He is an excellent speaker and writer, and the author of Mobile First Design. In this episode, he talks about the use of design patterns and covers the controversial Hamburger Menu. Of course we talk about all things mobile, from his reaction to the first iPhone to his thoughts on the future of mobile design.
Jesse James Garrett
Jesse James Garrett is a co-founder of Adaptive Path and author of The Elements of User Experience. In this episode he shares about his background in journalism and his UX journey to Adaptive Path. We discuss his most excellent book, and topics including art vs. design, content strategy, and the highly sought UI/UX Designer.
Whitney Quesenbery is a UX Researcher, speaker, and a three time author. She is co-director of the Center for Civic Design which improves government by improving voting design. In this episode, she talks about her background in theater and storytelling, and how both relate to UX. We also discuss personas and the proper place of accessibility in UX Design.
Lou Rosenfeld literally wrote the book on IA for the web with Information Architecture for the World Wide Web. In this episode, he defines IA and its importance to the user experience. He also shares how he works with large organizations to improve their web experiences, some background on the "polar bear book", and management of his company Rosenfeld Media.