15 episodes

A show about careers in digital design and research featuring guests from across the globe sharing their experience of personal development in digital design and transformation.

The UX Coach Andy Parker

    • Business
    • 4.5 • 2 Ratings

A show about careers in digital design and research featuring guests from across the globe sharing their experience of personal development in digital design and transformation.

    UX Bootcamps, your results may vary

    UX Bootcamps, your results may vary

    This time around I am speaking to Tom Bird.
    Tom and I met a few years ago, and this actually the second time I’ve interviewed him for the show. 
    We first tried this the week before the UK closed its borders and shut the country down for COVID-19.
    After some time away I wanted to revisit the topics of design education, and see how Tom’s feelings on Bootcamps for UX had changed, if at all, and to hear Tom share what it was like to join a company the week before the world caught fire, the impact that had on his employee experience,  and his recent move into a product design role for a remote first company. 

    • 27 min
    Make yourself an action plan

    Make yourself an action plan

    Our return to The UX Coach Podcast features an interview with Learning Experience Designer Fiona MacNeill. We talk about what the design industry can learn from education and visa versa, how to align professional development with business goals and the value of finding a community to lurk in.

    https://twitter.com/fmacneill

    • 57 min
    The UX Coach Season 3 trailer

    The UX Coach Season 3 trailer

    It's back! Season 3 of The UX Coach Podcast is returning Spring 2022 along with some other news from theuxcoach.com.

    Listen in for info on how to be a guest on the show and our debut course launching on the site.

    • 2 min
    How I became an AI feasability investigator (Rebroadcast)

    How I became an AI feasability investigator (Rebroadcast)

    In this episode I am really happy to be in conversation with Caroline Jarrett. Caroline has been an important voice in digital design for many years. Her mantra fix-the-forms is what lies behind her timeless book Forms that Work, designing web forms for usability, and her forthcoming book on survey design I am sure will become a go-to for years to come.
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    I wanted to hear about Caroline’s diverse career, her thoughts on design leadership, management and career progression, as well as the state of education and what challenges lie ahead for people coming into digital design in 2020.

    This was a really deep dive and so this episode is a little longer than usual, I hope you agree with me that it was well worth it.

    • 50 min
    If you want to know others you have to know yourself (Rebroadcast)

    If you want to know others you have to know yourself (Rebroadcast)

    This week I’m talking to Anna Kincses, head of research for Why? a Hungarian design agency.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    It works best when things are a little blurry (Rebroadcast)

    It works best when things are a little blurry (Rebroadcast)

    In this episode I am in conversation with Jo O’Keefe, Lead User Researcher with  the Care Quality Commission in England.

    • 43 min

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