110 episodes

Jake and Jonathan (formally Product Breakfast Club) is a behind the scenes look at how some of the best companies in the world design their products. Jake Knapp, NY Times best-selling author of "Sprint", has helped companies like Slack, Nest and 23andMe build successful products. Jonathan Courtney, co-founder of AJ&Smart, has worked with companies like RedBull, eBay and the United Nations, to help them build better products faster. In this new, exciting podcast, the two of them have teamed up to discuss things like product design, innovation and productivity.

Jake and Jonathan Jake Knapp & Jonathan Courtney

    • Design
    • 4.8, 187 Ratings

Jake and Jonathan (formally Product Breakfast Club) is a behind the scenes look at how some of the best companies in the world design their products. Jake Knapp, NY Times best-selling author of "Sprint", has helped companies like Slack, Nest and 23andMe build successful products. Jonathan Courtney, co-founder of AJ&Smart, has worked with companies like RedBull, eBay and the United Nations, to help them build better products faster. In this new, exciting podcast, the two of them have teamed up to discuss things like product design, innovation and productivity.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
187 Ratings

187 Ratings

Anton Korolev - Moscow, Russia ,

10 zillion sticks!

Jake and Jonathan make me laugh every time I listen to their casual conversations. They make my days better, they give solid advice AND they do the best voice sound effects.
It's the best podcast about design and non-design.

New Orleans James ,

1 Million Sticks!!!

Over the last two years I’ve spent a good time listening to many design podcasts and somehow find myself coming back to Jake & Jonathan (formerly PBC) the most. What’s so amazing about this podcast is that it’s so honest and transparent. Even for two incredibly successful people, they have similar struggles as the rest of us. Managing life, coworkers, clients, critics, etc. and how they discuss these challenges is what makes it so relatable. Which is probably why J&J end up being my go to podcast - as well as Exponent (which Jonathan turned me on to). Whereas podcasts like Tim Ferris or InVision can be inspiring, yet it’s hard to connect those insights to my daily life. J&J do just that. PS more Amr cameos in 2020 would great, thank you!!

bhevj ,

Ruth Machine

A million sticks. This is a great podcast that scratches many itches.

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