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Why UX? Podcast

Helena Levison

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Why UX? Podcast

Why UX? Podcast

Helena Levison

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WHY UX? is a podcast about the everyday heroes of UX design. We'll be talking to the women and men doing the work. We'll be covering their past, how did they find their path to UX design? Their present, what do they do on a daily basis? Their future, what are they expecting UX to look like in the future and what will it mean to them? The podcast interviewees will nominate who we'll be interviewing next, so we expect it to be some interesting people with vastly different backgrounds. One of the beauties of the UX profession.The podcast is focusing on UX designers located in Copenhagen, Denmark, to expand the community awareness.

Latest Episodes

Why UX? 25# Giuseppe Perri

EFrom Milano in Italy, through Delft in the Netherlands, and ending up in Stockholm in Sweden. Stefano has been far and wide, and due to a little question-asking-worm in his ear, he has been cumulating vast knowledge and experience on the way, which he will share in yet another zoom-pandemic-version of WHY UX? Thanks to our sponsor Preely, Thanks to Pavel Bavtra and Simon Dybdal for making this episode!

36 MIN3 w ago
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Why UX? 25# Giuseppe Perri

Why UX? 25# Giuseppe Perri

EGuiseppe's first job as an intern at an internet marketplace company ended abruptly as the company went bankrupt as a consequence of thedot.combubble in 2000. But as a phoenix Guiseppe rose from the ashes of his old employers, with a burning interest in HCI and IA. Twenty years later he finds himself working as a Senior UX Design Lead for Ericsson out of Stockholm, where he gets the chance to do what he likes best: solve complex problems.

37 MINAPR 8
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Why UX? 25# Giuseppe Perri

Why UX? 24# Karolina Boremalm

EHelena traveled to Sweden to interview Swedish experience designer, Karolina, at IKEA Retail Business and Digital Department in Malmö. It doesn't get much more Swedish than that! Karolina originally wanted to become a 3D animator, but after being taught many things she wasn't interested in learning, she now, two decades later, finds herself enabling 'design for the many' as a Senior Experience Design Leader at Ingka Group, IKEA’s largest strategic partner.

26 MINMAR 2
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Why UX? 24# Karolina Boremalm

Why UX? 23# Anne-louise Fyhring

EHave you ever woken up to realize you are not where you are supposed to be? This has happened to Anne-Louise. Twice. First when she was studying Economics and Finance, later when she was studying Architecture and Design. She then discovered Service Design and she knew she was home. She is now working out of Idean in Malmö where she does UX and Service design as a consultant - thriving on the varied days, focus on users and creative freedom.

31 MINFEB 1
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Why UX? 23# Anne-louise Fyhring

Why UX? 22# Kevin Fox

EToday Kevin Fox works at EGGS Design, but his journey to this job and into service design was not as straight as can be. He got a job as a test analyst, however, after questioning too much how the product was designed, he ended up as the company’s UX/UI designer. He found himself being curious about the impact and effect of his work for the people he was designing for. He transitioned into service design where he could cleanse his thirst for a holistic problem-solving.

26 MINJAN 2
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Why UX? 22# Kevin Fox

Why UX? 21# Helena Levison

EGiving more than people expected has been her recipe ever since she complained her way into DSKD. Here her extraordinary passion for digital interaction design has moulded her into the community builder and UX advocate we all know her for today. Thanks to Pavel Konstantinov, Simon Dybdal and Preelyfor making this episode.

39 MIN2019 DEC 3
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Why UX? 21# Helena Levison

Why UX? 20# Rosa Medina Fàbregas

Rosa is a UX designer originally from Barcelona but has been enjoying CPH for the last 6. She has been trying different disciplines from graphic design, service design to frontend development until she decided to focus on product UX and UX research. Up to recently, she was working at Momondo where she focused on user research and supporting the mobile team. Now she just started at her new job at nuuday. Thanks to Pavel Konstantinov, Simon Dybdal and Preelyfor making this episode.

29 MIN2019 NOV 2
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Why UX? 20# Rosa Medina Fàbregas

Why UX? 19# Sharon Chen

Sharon is an American UX designer who moved to Copenhagen after working 9 years in the Big Apple. She has left her mark on many different industries but has realized that the skills of design never change. You have to be curious, open and accept you do not know everything. Thanks to Nora Horn, Simon Dybdal and Preelywith the creation of this episode.

40 MIN2019 SEP 3
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Why UX? 19# Sharon Chen

Why UX? 18# Katja Egmose

EKatja is Creative Director at EGGS Design, with almost 20 years of experience she has worked across the disciplines of UX, IA, IXD and Service Design for agencies such as Fjord in London, Kontrapunkt and now EGGS Design in Copenhagen. Since working with the first team of Index:Award in 2005, sustainability and using design and innovation to improve the world has been a growing focus area. Thanks to Nora Horn, Simon Dybdal and Preely with the creation of this episode.

28 MIN2019 AUG 9
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Why UX? 18# Katja Egmose

Why UX? 17# Jared Spool

EJared Spool was there from the beginning, or rather he was there from before the beginning. As he says in this episode “I didn’t get started in UX - UX got started around me”. And this is not overstating it. Jared is one of the most influential figures in UX, usability and product design, and his footprints can be seen from everything between the arrow keys of computer keyboards to the often repeated quote “everyone is a designer”.

46 MIN2019 JUL 4
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Why UX? 17# Jared Spool

Latest Episodes

Why UX? 25# Giuseppe Perri

EFrom Milano in Italy, through Delft in the Netherlands, and ending up in Stockholm in Sweden. Stefano has been far and wide, and due to a little question-asking-worm in his ear, he has been cumulating vast knowledge and experience on the way, which he will share in yet another zoom-pandemic-version of WHY UX? Thanks to our sponsor Preely, Thanks to Pavel Bavtra and Simon Dybdal for making this episode!

36 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Why UX? 25# Giuseppe Perri

Why UX? 25# Giuseppe Perri

EGuiseppe's first job as an intern at an internet marketplace company ended abruptly as the company went bankrupt as a consequence of thedot.combubble in 2000. But as a phoenix Guiseppe rose from the ashes of his old employers, with a burning interest in HCI and IA. Twenty years later he finds himself working as a Senior UX Design Lead for Ericsson out of Stockholm, where he gets the chance to do what he likes best: solve complex problems.

37 MINAPR 8
Comments
Why UX? 25# Giuseppe Perri

Why UX? 24# Karolina Boremalm

EHelena traveled to Sweden to interview Swedish experience designer, Karolina, at IKEA Retail Business and Digital Department in Malmö. It doesn't get much more Swedish than that! Karolina originally wanted to become a 3D animator, but after being taught many things she wasn't interested in learning, she now, two decades later, finds herself enabling 'design for the many' as a Senior Experience Design Leader at Ingka Group, IKEA’s largest strategic partner.

26 MINMAR 2
Comments
Why UX? 24# Karolina Boremalm

Why UX? 23# Anne-louise Fyhring

EHave you ever woken up to realize you are not where you are supposed to be? This has happened to Anne-Louise. Twice. First when she was studying Economics and Finance, later when she was studying Architecture and Design. She then discovered Service Design and she knew she was home. She is now working out of Idean in Malmö where she does UX and Service design as a consultant - thriving on the varied days, focus on users and creative freedom.

31 MINFEB 1
Comments
Why UX? 23# Anne-louise Fyhring

Why UX? 22# Kevin Fox

EToday Kevin Fox works at EGGS Design, but his journey to this job and into service design was not as straight as can be. He got a job as a test analyst, however, after questioning too much how the product was designed, he ended up as the company’s UX/UI designer. He found himself being curious about the impact and effect of his work for the people he was designing for. He transitioned into service design where he could cleanse his thirst for a holistic problem-solving.

26 MINJAN 2
Comments
Why UX? 22# Kevin Fox

Why UX? 21# Helena Levison

EGiving more than people expected has been her recipe ever since she complained her way into DSKD. Here her extraordinary passion for digital interaction design has moulded her into the community builder and UX advocate we all know her for today. Thanks to Pavel Konstantinov, Simon Dybdal and Preelyfor making this episode.

39 MIN2019 DEC 3
Comments
Why UX? 21# Helena Levison

Why UX? 20# Rosa Medina Fàbregas

Rosa is a UX designer originally from Barcelona but has been enjoying CPH for the last 6. She has been trying different disciplines from graphic design, service design to frontend development until she decided to focus on product UX and UX research. Up to recently, she was working at Momondo where she focused on user research and supporting the mobile team. Now she just started at her new job at nuuday. Thanks to Pavel Konstantinov, Simon Dybdal and Preelyfor making this episode.

29 MIN2019 NOV 2
Comments
Why UX? 20# Rosa Medina Fàbregas

Why UX? 19# Sharon Chen

Sharon is an American UX designer who moved to Copenhagen after working 9 years in the Big Apple. She has left her mark on many different industries but has realized that the skills of design never change. You have to be curious, open and accept you do not know everything. Thanks to Nora Horn, Simon Dybdal and Preelywith the creation of this episode.

40 MIN2019 SEP 3
Comments
Why UX? 19# Sharon Chen

Why UX? 18# Katja Egmose

EKatja is Creative Director at EGGS Design, with almost 20 years of experience she has worked across the disciplines of UX, IA, IXD and Service Design for agencies such as Fjord in London, Kontrapunkt and now EGGS Design in Copenhagen. Since working with the first team of Index:Award in 2005, sustainability and using design and innovation to improve the world has been a growing focus area. Thanks to Nora Horn, Simon Dybdal and Preely with the creation of this episode.

28 MIN2019 AUG 9
Comments
Why UX? 18# Katja Egmose

Why UX? 17# Jared Spool

EJared Spool was there from the beginning, or rather he was there from before the beginning. As he says in this episode “I didn’t get started in UX - UX got started around me”. And this is not overstating it. Jared is one of the most influential figures in UX, usability and product design, and his footprints can be seen from everything between the arrow keys of computer keyboards to the often repeated quote “everyone is a designer”.

46 MIN2019 JUL 4
Comments
Why UX? 17# Jared Spool
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