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Episode 248: Mapping Conversations with Rebecca Evanhoe
These days, you can talk with the digital things around you, like voice assistants and chatbots. How are these experiences designed? Our guest today is Rebecca Evanhoe, co-author of Conversations with Things. You’ll learn about the four pillars of conversational design, what prototyping looks like for this field, how to develop a personality for your voice application, and more.
BDTP. Founder-led Sales with Josh Ho
Why do SaaS founders have a unique advantage at doing sales? In this episode, we talk to Josh Ho, founder and CEO of Referral Rock. You'll learn why you should lean into your founder superpowers, how to choose the right CRM, what to ask during a discovery call, and more.
Episode 247: Self-audit for Designers with Rajeev Subramanian
How can a self-audit help you move forward in your design career? Our guest today is Rajeev Subramanian, founder of Shift UX. You’ll learn about the three stages of doing a self-audit, why it’s important to lean into a specific niche, how this process can help inform your job search strategies, and more.
BDTP. Product Monetization with John Kotowski
How do you leverage monetization for growth? In this episode, we talk to John Kotowski, founder and CEO of Buyerson, Inc. You'll learn about the importance of identifying your buyer persona, the three growth tactics through monetization, who should own the pricing problem, and more.
Episode 246: Running a Profitable Email List with Chase Dimond
How can you monetize your email list? Our guest today is Chase Dimond, email marketer and founder of multiple companies. You’ll learn how to grow your email list, why you should hyperfocus on your niche, how to run a paid newsletter, how to keep your email list clean, and more.
BDTP. Now/Next/Later Roadmapping with Janna Bastow
Can your roadmap be better than a traditional timeline? In this episode, we talk to Janna Bastow, co-founder of ProdPad. You'll learn why product teams are moving away from time-based roadmaps, how this framework allows flexibility, and why it’s okay to apply only some parts of a methodology based on your situation.
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I’ve been listening to Jane Portman and UI breakfast for years! You can find an episode on literally any topic you can think of. Additionally, each episode is digestible and usually between 30-45 minutes. Jane also strikes the perfect balance as a host — providing valuable commentary, asking good questions and being a great listener. Thanks Jane and the rest of the team for continuing to bring salient topics to the forefront of UX, UI and product audiences!
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