In this episode Chris chats to Clive Trounson – Agile coach extraordinaire – about Agile, Scrum, retrospectives and other process jargon in another yet freezing cold location.
Information Architecture means different things to different people. Chris and Carla attempt to untangle this confusing term whilst freezing their buttocks in Liverpool Street station.
Fresh faced from new years eve Chris and Carla tackle the often overlooked subject of content in UX design.
We also choose our favourite North Korean hairstyle.
In this Christmas special Chris and Carla play the UX drinking game, exchange shitty presents and talk about Carla’s replacement.
Chris chats with Christina Li (Melon Experience Design) about doing lean and mean UX research that delivers results.
Are wireframes redundant in the new Agile way of delivering projects or do they just need to change?
Chris and Carla explore the changing way these traditional UX deliverables can help or hinder our projects.
Personas are one of the more controversial tools in the UX design toolkit. Chris and Carla take a look at the common issues with them, when they can be useful and why you should never print them out larger than you are.
Service design, systems thinking, user centred design, human centred design…what does it all mean? Chris and Carla untangle these terms and talk about how great the intro music is.
In this first episode Chris and Carla give a quick overview of why it can be hard to get started in UX.
They talk about some common UX portfolio problems and why personas can drive you to play the ukulele.