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Ideate. A User Experience UX Design Podcast - product design

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How can French cooking methods improve the safety of your car? Why can’t you just settle on what movie to watch on Netflix? Why do you have to sign a credit card receipt for a pack of gum? This is Ideate. A podcast about the user experience of items we use every day. Hosted by The Smyth Group design team: Hiromi, Nikita, Aaron, Paul and Rob.
 
Do you want to make a change in your life, but don’t know where to start? If you’re curious about what goes into building well-designed products and inspired by living a well-designed life, product designers and former Googlers Hannah Chen and Lia Fetterhoff share their insights for both! In this ten episode series on Life Experience Design, we move through the four phases: Discover, Define, Design, and Deliver. Join our newsletter on lifeexperience.design and follow us on Instagram (@lifeex ...
 
Brighten your day – learn about user experience, design, products, gaming and technology. With entertaining and funny chat that goes off on unexpected tangents about life, everyday pain points and hilarious solutions. 80% random, 20% user experience (UX) and user interfaces (UI)* Your hosts Mark, Nick and Paul discuss a different subject around design, UX, UI, business and technology, with the occasional special guest thrown in for good measure. Ironically as Henry Ford almost definitely did ...
 
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Experience by Design

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Experience by Design

Adam Gamwell, Gary David

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This is experience by design, a podcast that brings new perspectives to the experiences we have everyday. Does standing in line always have to suck? Why are airports so uncomfortable? What does it mean to be loyal to a brand? Why do you love being connected but dislike feeling tethered to your smart phone? Can we train people to care about the climate? Join Sociologist Gary David and Anthropologist Adam Gamwell on an expedition to the frontiers of culture and business through the lens of hum ...
 
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Anyone who has been involved in education knows that education ain’t easy. It can be tricky and challenging to figure out how best to learn, integrate, and distill information to an audience. From the days of Socrates in the Agora and even before, the challenge of reaching learning with information that connects and educates has existed. The emerge…
 
Self-leadership has made a name for itself during the transition into hybrid work, and not always in the best way. With Mia and Malin we explore what self-leadership is and how it can be a tool for us to “bring our full selves to work”. And we talk about misconceptions around self-leadership - what it is NOT - and how we as leaders and co-workers t…
 
When confronted with all of the wicked problems that we are facing as a country, global community, and species, it can all seem pretty hopeless. The great abolitionist Frederick Douglass famously said, “If there is no struggle, there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never has and never will.” When looking at the challenge…
 
As social scientists in sociology and anthropology, we are well-versed in the examination of business as a source of disruption in society. The privileging of profits over people, the extraction of resources for the benefit of shareholders, question ethics and legality rationalized as a necessary evil. Especially looking at the slash-and-burn era o…
 
We know the brain is made for survival, but are we good at using its potential to grow and change? With Maria, we lean in to explore how we can help our brains create new pathways and change both our own capabilities, self-awareness and even how we experience life.โดย Shani Persson
 
The field of leadership coaching has been expanding with many different types of offerings provided by just as many different approaches. And it is hard to say that it is not needed. People in management positions can be beset on all sides by demands and limitations, making even thinking about leadership just another thing to add onto an already pa…
 
It seems that people are very often confusing a Design System with a component library. The differences are nuanced, drawing the line between those two will be hard, and there’s no right or wrong — but maybe this story might help us understand those differences a little bit better, and maybe it will help us understand the effort it takes to build a…
 
With the current exploration and re-definition of work, a lot of deeply engrained concepts around hierarchy, collaboration and culture are up for question. Imran Rehman offers an angle of community and leadership that can help us create a true sense of diversity and belonging.โดย Steve Usher
 
Design systems have become a key part of user experience, design and development, but what should it consist of? We have a good old poke around, question atomic design, figure out audiences and how to effectively communicate what the core concept of design systems are, why we use them and is Brad Frost right. Should print and digital guidelines fit…
 
In many ways, Experience Design is a new field of work in terms of how it has become focused on and prioritized in companies and across sectors. In other ways, there is nothing new about it at its core. Experiences have been designed and delivered throughout human history. Perhaps what is most different about today is the awareness and intentionall…
 
Mike and I talk with Keith Instone about User Experience and User Interface design, commonly referred to as UX/UI. Keith is a user experience professional who is very involved with the Ohio tech community. You can keep up with his activities and thoughts at DexterityUX.com. In this episode Keith, Mike, and I dig into the definition of UX/UI and the…
 
So what’s the difference between design language and tone of voice? Where are the boundaries between the tone of voice and design language, and who leads the strategy of these? Are they interchangeable? In literature, the Tone of Voice refers to the author’s feelings towards the subject, as expressed through the writing itself. Writing for the web …
 
Mike and I talk about the need to build technologists to fuel the high-tech economy in Ohio. The demand for technologists is growing, but many of the kids in our K-12 school districts are being left behind because their schools struggle to either find funding or to find qualified faculty for tech training programs. We discuss some of the projects b…
 
We might have all heard that curiosity killed the cat. But as with all stories, the reality of that statement is a bit more complicated. It turns out that the initial version of that phrase referred to how excessive worry or concern for others killed the cat, and that is a concept we can all relate to. Curiosity, on the other hand, did not cause ha…
 
As ethnographers, we are used to the idea that big discoveries can come from everyday observations. There are possibilities for discovery all around us. All it takes is for us to notice, and noticing can be the hardest thing to teach. An observation becomes a noticing, which then becomes a premise, which turns into an idea, and eventually perhaps e…
 
In this episode we talk to Scot Whitney, Podcast Host – The All4Inclusion Pod, an advocate for inclusion and wheelchair user looking to help others see society's boundaries. Find him on Linkedin, https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottjwhitney/ Scott founded All4inclusion with their amazing philosophy: “We believe everyone is born equal and every person …
 
Changing mindsets, behaviors, and organizations are hugely challenging. Design presents a pathway for trying to do so. However, when considering the complexity of systems and all the elements associated with them, the challenge can seem overwhelming. People can either oversimply to the point where their approach is incomplete, or get stuck in the w…
 
Mike and I talk about a very cool project that he is spearheading in his area called the Anthony Wayne Innovation and Design Center. This exciting project aims to build community, provide technical training, and develop the workforce in Northwest Ohio. Program overview Mike’s overall vision The importance of giving young people opportunities in sma…
 
Bob Ross has long been a fixture in the pop cultural landscape. The big hair, the soft voice, the happy little clouds, and the artwork created in an episode made Bob compelling and peaceful viewing. There was something about seeing a canvas transformed into a landscape that was transfixing. Despite his shows being on many decades ago, there is more…
 
We interview Evan Painter from Land Moto. Land is a Cleveland-based maker of electric motorcycles and distributed power. We discuss Land’s products, their history, their future, and how much fun electric motorcycles are. We talk about the following points: Introductions Land Moto’s Vision Creative Problem Solving The Design of the Land Moto Working…
 
Anyone engaged in experience design knows the challenges of measuring experiences. Far being being a recent issue, understanding our experiences with the world has long challenged philosophers and social scientists. If centuries of the world's greatest thinkers has yet to be able to figure it out, you know it is a hard nut to crack. To solve this i…
 
We discuss creative problem solving, creative problem solvers, and how to create a workplace environment that fosters creative approaches to solving problems. We talk about the following points: Creative problem solving, design thinking, and the scientific method. The need for a growth mindset. The advantages of having a wide range of perspectives …
 
We discuss some of the technical training projects that we’re working on and talk about workforce development in Ohio. This session is also available as a videocast on Mike’s YouTube channel.โดย Eric Ward and Mike Vanderpool
 
Memories are central to our lives, and how we form a sense of who we are as people. How we remember and engage with the past speaks to our identity in the present. Both events good and bad can form deep impressions in our minds, cutting grooves and building pinnacles that create the topography of our experiences. Low points and high points, trauma …
 
Stock photography – the perfect solution for small business owners, bloggers, and marketers who need to create high-quality visual content without breaking the bank? With over 6 million photos and more added every day, you’ve got choice, but is it always the ideal solution? Do you find yourself spending hours looking for the right photo? Do you sti…
 
While we are celebrating Earth Day on April 22nd, it might feel more appropriate to be planning the Earth’s memorial service. Earth Day was founded in 1970 as a way to learn about environmental issues, highlight sustainability of natural resources, and direct our attention to the fragility of our world. In the intervening 52 years, things haven’t g…
 
Discover the journey that we've been on – transitioning from being team members to a leadership position. What have been the pain points, and how have we overcome that? What traits do leaders exhibit? Our top tips on becoming a leader and how to improve your leadership in a creative field (also general). Find out what we choose as our leadership ta…
 
Organizations may often think of change, but they are also often not serious about actually changing. When it comes down to making changes, where the rubber hits the proverbial road and orgs have to consider resourcing, people, budgets and time horizons, the reality of what it takes to change runs up against actual desire to change. Change can be e…
 
What are the biggest fails of gaming experiences? In this episode, we explore those dreaded button-mashing mishaps. What makes games sticky? Why is everyone playing Elden Ring? We look at the mechanics of in-app purchases, being immersed in complex menus. We all know the essential part of a video game is gameplay. But what about the UX? In this pod…
 
In this short, Paul Wilshaw takes on the subject of colours, their use and accessibility. The way you can think about this in every single colour in your design system should have a definition. What does it do? Exactly the same as a button or an icon or some other piece of design colours should do exactly that same thing. And why do we do this? Bec…
 
With the Russian invasion of the Ukraine, there has been a lot of discussion of the military in the news recently. As we see images on television of these conflicts, the service of those in the military comes into clearer focus. There are those who are giving their years, themselves, and even their lives. Even in 'peace time,' military members can …
 
In this episode, we look at the UX of video games. We all know the most important part of a video game is the gameplay. But what about the UX? In this podcast, we talk about video game user experience better by improving your UI and UX design. The frustrations of pressing that button, that accidentally drops all of your inventory. We talk about Eld…
 
Organizations used to be notable for their stability. Some of the biggest companies were well-known for their established cultures, their recognizable products, and their steadfast brands. Going to work at one of those companies meant permanence and security. It wasn’t just that those companies were change adverse; it is that change was seen as irr…
 
In this episode, we debate whether designers should code. We find out that there are many different opinions about this topic – what should you be doing? In the past few years, has coding become an essential skill in design? But with so many new technologies popping up every day, is it really necessary? We also tackle the tricky UX Tombola machine …
 
Learn from the people who've been there and are currently doing it, what to look for, how to recruit and what you need to know. How to Scale a Design Team From a One-Man Show to a Well-Functioning Design Team. What is the Problem with Scaling a Design Team? and Why You Should Treat Your Hiring Process Like an Investment for Long-Term Sustainability…
 
It can be easy to forget that experience design, whatever the kind, is about people. More than that, it is about making not only experiences better, but more importantly their lives better. As experience designers, we can help in ways great and small. It can be an overused phrase to be customer, or patient, or user centric. And we can lose sight wh…
 
We are on the verge of a new year, and with a new year comes new ideas about how we need to make changes in our lives. While individual will often make New Year’s Resolutions about how to make a “new you”, what about organization? What resolutions can organizations make to change the way they have been doing things, and enter the new year with not …
 
3 brand new UX tombolas, unwrapped. Mark, Nick and Paul delve into the UX of Christmas traditions, can we fix the UX of stocking, Christmas dinner and wrapping paper. We also play a game of guess the object. What is it, what’s it for? Join us for a little UX insight and musing in this special. 🐎 80% comedy, 20% UX, 0% filler 💎 Sign up for exclusive…
 
🔥 Logs on your fire - Join us for a retrospective of design and UX in 2021 and what are the current trends to look out for in 2022? Faster Horses Christmas Special 🎄 out now. We got together, braved Omnicron and huddled around a virtual fire and shared one mic – find out what we think of design and user experience in 2021 and some of our insights a…
 
In this episode, we look at packaging design and how different needs and requirements can change the way you design. We also discuss how consideration for disabilities, care for our environment, and other factors can influence your decisions as a designer. Brackish Mung or Is it time to rethink packaging design? Some packaging is overly bloated and…
 
When the world can feel more divided than ever - whether polarizing politics, climate change or economic uncertainty, ethnography reminds us to come back down to earth, and into the lives of people. Because the truth is, if we want to see systemic change, and address issues larger than ourselves, we actually have to start with everyday experience. …
 
Meaning is a key element of designing experiences. At the same time, a major challenge is to understand how people construct and achieve meaning not just personally, but shared with others. How we create meaning through language has long been a philosophical question drawing sharp arguments around a fundamental feature of our lives. Max Louwerse’s …
 
Who's shouting the loudest and whose voice carries the most weight? Make it pop, add some design magic, can we do something cool – heard these phrases when you've done a design? We're here to help. In this episode, we talk about our experiences with design by committee. What is it, how do you quell those loud opinionated voices? It's difficult, rig…
 
When looking at American culture, you can see how security minded it is. Home security systems. Car security systems. Gun ownership for protection. Locking your doors. It is a society that in many ways does not trust its own environment. At the same, we have in many ways given up pretending that we have digital privacy and security. News reports of…
 
Like every good superhero, they have an origin story. Faster Horses Podcast is no different, in this special episode we talk about the name of our podcast and that famous quote (somewhat dubiously) attributed to Henry Ford: “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses.” What does this mean for user experience? We talk…
 
What are MVPs? What do they mean to you? Should you even ship an MVP? We explain what an MVP is, how it fits into the design, and throw in a bag of fish eyes for good measure. Have you ever tried to ship a product and wanted to make a luxury car but you sent out a skateboard then this episode is for you. What's an MVP? Why do we all have different …
 
Perhaps one of the most immediate changes brought by the pandemic was the move to living online. It seemed like the world was going virtual, as people in business, education, organizing, and those trying to maintain social connection became boxes on screens. As we put more time into being online, we often found that there is a difference between be…
 
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