A show for product owners, innovators and founders giving insight into the core phases of the digital product development lifecycle.
Way more than design and development we give you tips and tricks from industry experts to help you conceive, build and steer digital products that will last the distance.
#52: The Overlap Between Type and UX Design with Dalton Maag's Bianca Berning
In this episode of The Product Leadership Podcast Tom chats to Dalton Maag's Creative Director Bianca Berning.
Along the way they cover all things related to variable fonts, how UX and fonts relate and the amazing possibilities that the future holds for fonts.
#51: From designer problem to consumer plugin: how we launched Spacer
In this edition of the Product Leadership Podcast, Alice and Russ chat about how we created the Spacer plugin for Sketch from an internal problem we had and then turned it into a commercial product.
Along the way they cover:
How Spacer was created to solve issues that our own designers were facing, staying curious about your audience and connecting with them and the importance of getting the right feedback and using it to improve your product.
Lighthouse London is a UX and UI design studio who help teams bring new digital product MVPs to market and breathe life into existing tools.
#50: Moving online: how to make the most out of remote workshops with John Monks
John Monks from Curve joins us once again to talk us through making the most out of remote workshops and gives us some great tips along the way.
#49: An Insider's Guide to Startup Funding
Jonathan Hollis of Mountside Ventures shares his knowledge of the funding landscape and the steps entrepreneurs should take to maximise their chances of success.
#48: The Secrets of Perfect Creative Workshop Facilitation with John Monks
John Monks from Curve talks to Tom about how to run amazing creative workshops and the main pitfalls to avoid.
#47: Redefining Launch - Product Success By Increments
Every founder dreams of launch as a single moment of glory, don't they? We discuss the problems with this aim, and how to use a 10x strategy to release products incrementally for maximal chance of success.