How do you design when you have a user-base of millions? Chris and Carla speak to Brendan Kearns about Product Design at Google, Twitter and his work with startups.
We get to grips with the Stock market with James Storer – Head of Design at Freetrade. Freetrade is a new London-based startup aiming to disrupt the stock market old guard and make investing affordable and understandable to the masses. We talk about scaling, product approach, designing inclusively and the problem with the title ‘Junior […]
We speak to Dan Harvey from The Dots about the challenges facing our design community now and in the future. Brexit, diversity, the glass ceiling – what does it all mean for us as designers? You can also join Chris and Carla on a nice walk around London.
Carla speaks to Kate Crowley – Agency Head of Google Marketing Platform about GDPR, ePrivacy and the impact this legislation has on companies and designers.
Chris and Carla speak to Zander Brade – Product Designer at Monzo Bank.
Monzo is a startup challenger bank here in the UK offering a mainly app based service and has been built from the ground up. They are known for their transparency, innovative features and mission to make banking better.
Carla talks to Liam Harberd, Design Director at Deloitte Digital (4D’s) about visual design, how it interacts with UX and as usual what all the different job titles mean. They also talked about UI vs UX without mentioning that stupid tomato ketchup graphic. Chris also gets mentioned extensively. Fun fact: Liam designed the Design Untangled […]
Carla chats to Calum Forsyth about experience strategy. What is experience strategy? How does it differ to UX Design? How do you set KPIs for experience? Why are there so many trains and who is texting?
Chris speaks to Josh Harris, Product Manager at Dog Buddy. We chat about the difference between a Product Owner and a Product Manager, what they do, who they talk to and why they are important in the project delivery process. We also talk about drills for the second time in two episodes.
What is a job to be done? How is it different to a user need? What size hole do you want?
Chris speaks to Liz Kessick, Senior Researcher about how you can use Jobs to be done as part of your UX toolkit.
We’ve talked about content first, now it’s time to talk about content strategy. Carla talks to Emma Hoddinot, Content Strategy Director at SapientRazorfish about her role and how UX and content should engage with each other.