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Ep 46: Research Together (with Erika Hall)

The author of the appropriately lauded “Just Enough Research”, Erika Hall is in the studio, talking to Ross and Josh about how to convince clients and bosses to invest in research. Join Erika on Friday, September 9 at the Kelvin Club for a full day workshop. Tickets are available through Eventbrite.

33 MIN2016 SEP 7
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Ep 46: Research Together (with Erika Hall)

Ep 45: Making people care (with Jacynta Fuamatu)

How can you get your message across in your design? You have to make people care but they already have so much on their plate. Jacynta Fumuatu from 350.org explains the steps she goes through to make people care.

32 MIN2016 AUG 26
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Ep 45: Making people care (with Jacynta Fuamatu)

Ep 44: Where does design live?

But how do you get design into your work process and make sure your team is on board?

23 MIN2016 MAY 20
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Ep 44: Where does design live?

Ep 43: Maintenance [republished]

[Republished for feed] for The robot set us the topic of Maintenance and gave us 20 minutes to discuss it. Luckily it's something we think about a lot and preach to our clients often.

21 MIN2016 MAR 15
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Ep 43: Maintenance [republished]

Ep 42: Getting more clarity

Feel like there's no way out of the tarpit that your big project is trapped in? Maybe your problem is lack of clarity earlier in the project. Learn the right time to be a pain in the arse and the wrong time to buy gasoline and burn the whole place to the ground. (Hint: It's always for the latter.)

28 MIN2016 FEB 16
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Ep 42: Getting more clarity

Ep 41: Selling Your Own Design

You’re a fully grown human and you need to be able to speak to people about the work you do and why it’s important or good or worthwhile. You need to know how to take criticism. You need to know how to do all of this in person. In this episode Ross and Josh discuss why you need to be able to do all of those things. Then, less than mere coincidence, they discuss the upcoming workshop with Mike Monteiro about how to “Present Your Design Like Your Life Depends on it.” Presenting design like your life depends on it (with Mike Monteiro) is a full day workshop that on January 28. Tickets start at $425 and are available from Eventbrite. Only 20 tickets are available and they are selling quickly. The Above All Human conference is a day of insights and inspiration from the world’s most innovative minds. You can read about being better designers on the Dear Design Student Medium channel. Josh’s new podcast is called This is Modern Living and it’s all about what it means to be human rig...

17 MIN2016 JAN 12
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Ep 41: Selling Your Own Design

Ep 40: Learning to be Lean

Developers adopted Agile methodologies for building websites and applications, which was wonderful because it meant they could get started, have a go, and not have to wait for specifications documents to be created. But it was terrible if their bosses wanted wonderful graphic and interface design to be a part of the process because competing expectations and workflows started to clash. That’s where Lean UX comes in, and that’s where Josh starts telling Ross about why he’s so excited about the concept. They chat about the pros and cons and who’s right and wrong. You get a ringside seat. Josh really did create uxluv.tumblr.com.

19 MIN2015 DEC 21
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Ep 40: Learning to be Lean

Ep 39: Jared M. Spool—You don't get to be an influencer

Jared Spool speaks to Josh about how to get everybody in the same room at the start of a project and why that's important. This episode was recorded at UI20, a conference about building better user interfaces, in Boston, MA, USA.

41 MIN2015 DEC 7
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Ep 39: Jared M. Spool—You don't get to be an influencer

Ep 38: Being an Expert is Fantastic

It's wonderful to be an expert. But sometimes what the project needs is for the expert to just shut the hell up. In this episode, Josh and Ross talk about understanding objectives and evaluating the competing priorities and understanding how good design

23 MIN2015 NOV 23
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Ep 38: Being an Expert is Fantastic

Ep 37: Attention to Detail

How do you know when details are important and when they are just wasting time instead of getting on with the important job? Josh and Jerome disagree on the importance of details. Only one of them is right. Or maybe both of them are right. Maybe Ross is right. He has the biggest beard, after all. The only way you're going to find out is to listen to this episode.

34 MIN2015 APR 7
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Ep 37: Attention to Detail

Latest Episodes

Ep 46: Research Together (with Erika Hall)

The author of the appropriately lauded “Just Enough Research”, Erika Hall is in the studio, talking to Ross and Josh about how to convince clients and bosses to invest in research. Join Erika on Friday, September 9 at the Kelvin Club for a full day workshop. Tickets are available through Eventbrite.

33 MIN2016 SEP 7
Comments
Ep 46: Research Together (with Erika Hall)

Ep 45: Making people care (with Jacynta Fuamatu)

How can you get your message across in your design? You have to make people care but they already have so much on their plate. Jacynta Fumuatu from 350.org explains the steps she goes through to make people care.

32 MIN2016 AUG 26
Comments
Ep 45: Making people care (with Jacynta Fuamatu)

Ep 44: Where does design live?

But how do you get design into your work process and make sure your team is on board?

23 MIN2016 MAY 20
Comments
Ep 44: Where does design live?

Ep 43: Maintenance [republished]

[Republished for feed] for The robot set us the topic of Maintenance and gave us 20 minutes to discuss it. Luckily it's something we think about a lot and preach to our clients often.

21 MIN2016 MAR 15
Comments
Ep 43: Maintenance [republished]

Ep 42: Getting more clarity

Feel like there's no way out of the tarpit that your big project is trapped in? Maybe your problem is lack of clarity earlier in the project. Learn the right time to be a pain in the arse and the wrong time to buy gasoline and burn the whole place to the ground. (Hint: It's always for the latter.)

28 MIN2016 FEB 16
Comments
Ep 42: Getting more clarity

Ep 41: Selling Your Own Design

You’re a fully grown human and you need to be able to speak to people about the work you do and why it’s important or good or worthwhile. You need to know how to take criticism. You need to know how to do all of this in person. In this episode Ross and Josh discuss why you need to be able to do all of those things. Then, less than mere coincidence, they discuss the upcoming workshop with Mike Monteiro about how to “Present Your Design Like Your Life Depends on it.” Presenting design like your life depends on it (with Mike Monteiro) is a full day workshop that on January 28. Tickets start at $425 and are available from Eventbrite. Only 20 tickets are available and they are selling quickly. The Above All Human conference is a day of insights and inspiration from the world’s most innovative minds. You can read about being better designers on the Dear Design Student Medium channel. Josh’s new podcast is called This is Modern Living and it’s all about what it means to be human rig...

17 MIN2016 JAN 12
Comments
Ep 41: Selling Your Own Design

Ep 40: Learning to be Lean

Developers adopted Agile methodologies for building websites and applications, which was wonderful because it meant they could get started, have a go, and not have to wait for specifications documents to be created. But it was terrible if their bosses wanted wonderful graphic and interface design to be a part of the process because competing expectations and workflows started to clash. That’s where Lean UX comes in, and that’s where Josh starts telling Ross about why he’s so excited about the concept. They chat about the pros and cons and who’s right and wrong. You get a ringside seat. Josh really did create uxluv.tumblr.com.

19 MIN2015 DEC 21
Comments
Ep 40: Learning to be Lean

Ep 39: Jared M. Spool—You don't get to be an influencer

Jared Spool speaks to Josh about how to get everybody in the same room at the start of a project and why that's important. This episode was recorded at UI20, a conference about building better user interfaces, in Boston, MA, USA.

41 MIN2015 DEC 7
Comments
Ep 39: Jared M. Spool—You don't get to be an influencer

Ep 38: Being an Expert is Fantastic

It's wonderful to be an expert. But sometimes what the project needs is for the expert to just shut the hell up. In this episode, Josh and Ross talk about understanding objectives and evaluating the competing priorities and understanding how good design

23 MIN2015 NOV 23
Comments
Ep 38: Being an Expert is Fantastic

Ep 37: Attention to Detail

How do you know when details are important and when they are just wasting time instead of getting on with the important job? Josh and Jerome disagree on the importance of details. Only one of them is right. Or maybe both of them are right. Maybe Ross is right. He has the biggest beard, after all. The only way you're going to find out is to listen to this episode.

34 MIN2015 APR 7
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Ep 37: Attention to Detail
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