The O'Reilly Design podcast explores how experience design -- and experience designers -- are shaping business, the Internet of Things, and other domains.
Julie Stanford on vetting designs through rapid experimentation
In this week’s Design Podcast, I sit down with Julie Stanford, founder and principal of user experience agency Sliced Bread Design. We talk about how to get in the rapid experimentation mindset, the design thinking process, and how to get started with rapid experimentation at your company. Hint: start small.
John Whalen on using brain science in design
In this week’s Design Podcast, I sit down with John Whalen, chief experience officer at 10 Pearls, a digital development company focused on mobile and web apps, enterprise solutions, cyber security, big data, IoT, and cloud and dev ops. We talk about the “six minds” that underlie each human experience, why it’s important for designers to understand brain science, and what people really look for in a voice assistant.
Cheryl Platz on designing the Amazon Echo Look
In this week’s Design Podcast, I sit down with Cheryl Platz, senior designer at Microsoft for the Azure Portal and Marketplaces. We talk about the challenges of working on a top-secret design project, the research behind Amazon's Echo Look, the skills you need to start designing for voice, and how studying improv can make you a better designer.
Cynthia Savard Saucier on design at Shopify
This week, I sit down with Cynthia Savard Saucier, director of design at Shopify and author of Tragic Design. Saucier also is keynoting at Velocity in New York, October 1-4, 2017. We talk about moving from working in design to leading designers, the real and sometimes negative impact that design decisions can have on users, and how design is organized at Shopify.
Travis Lowdermilk and Jessica Rich on building a customer-driven culture at Microsoft
This week, I sit down with Travis Lowdermilk senior UX designer at Microsoft, and Jessica Rich, UX researcher at Microsoft; Lowdermilk and Rich are also co-authors of the Customer Driven Playbook. We talk about why failing fast is not always a good approach, sensemaking, and never losing track of the customer’s voice.
Matt LeMay on the four principles of product management
This week, I sit down with Matt LeMay, product coach, consultant, and author of Product Management in Practice. We talk about the four guiding principles of product management, what he has learned about himself as a product manager, and how to conduct meaningful research.
Good UX and design interviews
But! As others have mentioned it's annoying and difficult to listen to Skype calls with bad audio quality.
Wonderful podcast with high quality content
To the previous reviewer’s comment about audio quality, it definitely has improved recently. The content on this podcast is very good and each episode I’ve listened to so far (5 as of this writing) contains many great discussions and nuggets of wisdom that I’ll be thinking about and incorporating into my own way of approaching design. Great stuff!
Great content, amazing conversations. It’s a thoughtful podcast, which is why it’s so infuriating that the audio quality is as terrible as it is. It’s almost unlistenable. Please invest in quality audio, take your own advice, and think about the experience of your listeners.