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This is the IxDA Sydney Mentoring Program Podcast. A show that guides you through the stages of design mentorship, whether you are just starting out and looking to find your feet, or you're a seasoned designer. Join us where we speak to design thinkers, and design doers. We can't guarantee answers, just better questions!
 
Have you ever wondered how the user interface (UI) design was created for a game, website, or app you love? What about the time you were using a website or app and thought, "this could be a better experience, but I wouldn't even know where to start"? UI Narrative shares the stories of black/people of color interface designers and researchers and their contributions towards creating user-centered experiences. We also discuss Tolu Garcia's experience as a Senior Product Designer and how she co ...
 
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In this episode, Sam and Vinita are talking to David Meier. Their conversation dives into how design IS Business and why understanding your subject matter inside out is the first step to getting a seat at the leadership table. David’s career foundations were established through graphic design and digital advertising. It wasn’t until working within …
 
In this episode, Sam and Molly are talking to Marla Mitelman about how she has built and lead high performing design teams. Marla is a design leader and a hands on UX designer for over 20 years. She's passionate about the design of useful, usable and purposeful experiences for innovative products and services. Since 2020, she's been working both as…
 
In this episode, Sam and Molly are talking to Michael Wong AKA Mizko, about how the strength of your portfolio can set you up for success within your design career. Mizko is a founder, educator and product/UX/UI Designer at heart. He has spent the last 15 years strategising and designing for high-growth companies that have raised a total of $500M. …
 
In this episode, Molly, Sam & Vinita are taking your mentoring questions, where dive into the following themes: How do I keep cadence with the mentor/mentee relationship? Learning about psychology within UX and how to implement it. What happens when the program comes to an end. If you want to learn more about IxDA Sydney's events and mentorship pro…
 
In this episode, Molly and Vinita are talking to Erin Turner about the power of feedback, and when the right rituals are put in place, it can really drive the feedback culture of that organisation. Erin is a UX leader and organisational psychologist with over 15 years experience. Erin started her career consulting in UX research and design across a…
 
In this episode, Sam and Vinita are talking to design leader and top-rated ADPlist mentor, Paul Blake. With over 25 years of industry experience, Paul is a journalist by training, in 1995 he put away his typewriter to embrace design. He has worked internationally in a range of corporate government and agency environments. He made it in strategic an…
 
Episode 62 Show Notes: Typography can help make interfaces more user-friendly, informative, and visually appealing when used effectively. However, knowing which ones to use can be tricky with many different fonts available. In this episode, Thomas Girard provides tips on using type properly for digital interfaces. Some of the topics we discuss incl…
 
In this episode, Vinita and Molly, we are talking to Mags Hanley about why it's important to think beyond your role as a designer, why you should be taking notice of aspects adjacent to our role like data, and why learning about other people's business needs to improve your sphere of influence. Mags is a career and Information Architect. She works …
 
In this episode, Molly and Vinita are talking to Tim Yeo. Tim coaches introverts to have impact and influence without pretending to be extroverts at The Quiet Achiever. He is currently Design Director @IBM, helping Enterprise clients transform their businesses with enterprise scale at startup speed. In IBM, Tim focuses on DesignOps for the Customer…
 
Episode 61 Show Notes: How much do you actually know about the history of UX? Think about it, UX has been around since before many of us were even in elementary school. 😳 There are many misconceptions around what a career in UX looks like and how it's evolved. User experience has been around for decades, but it has only recently become a popular te…
 
In this episode, Molly and Sam are chatting with Chris Naylor. Their conversation dives into how to develop people skills, and about how to step outside being just a designer to bring more to your craft. They go into some tactical methods on how designers can build up their commercial skills, while still balancing flow, speed and craft. We dive int…
 
Hello, and welcome to the introductory episode of The IxDA Sydney MP pod. We'll be introducing your hosts for the next 12 weeks, Vinita, Molly and Sam, while also taking you through how to best set up for success with the IxDA Sydney mentoring program. Every Wednesday, we will be bringing you new insight from design doers and thinkers from across A…
 
Episode 60 Show Notes: There are so many paths to take to get into UX, but have you considered Content Design? I know it's another term in the sea of UX terminology, but this could be the career you've been searching for, mainly if you've found that being a visual designer or researcher isn't your thing. In this episode, Aladrian and I discuss her …
 
In March 2022, IxDA Sydney will be launching a podcast to support mentoring conversations from a diverse group of design thinkers and doers around Sydney and Australia. These conversations aspire to spark new perspectives, problem solving and insight into other design teams. Molly, Sam and Vinita have interviewed a handful already and will be addin…
 
Episode 58 Show Notes: Who should use a UX Audit? Suppose you have little to no budget for user research and need a quick yet efficient way to help clients understand digital product problems affecting business goals. It also works well if you are the only UX Designer or Researcher on the team. Those on an in-house team are most likely evaluating t…
 
Episode 57 Show Notes: Is anyone overwhelmed with the idea of setting new goals for 2022? 🙋🏾‍♀️ This episode will help you be intentional about how you're going to progress towards your UX career goals this year, regardless of whether you have 0 years of experience or several years experience. I discuss UX career tips about: How to get started in U…
 
Episode 56 Show Notes: It's time to reflect! I spent this episode reflecting on my UX career and my journey to become a senior product designer. I'm grateful I didn't become a senior designer earlier because I wouldn't have been truly ready. There are a lot of situations I needed to experience beforehand, and I'm still learning and growing. I also …
 
Episode 55 Show Notes: After almost eight years as a designer, I've learned many things about UX, in general, that teachers didn't teach in the university and UX bootcamp I attended. In this episode, I go over the ten things I wish I knew before becoming a Product Designer. Some of these tips are groundbreaking pieces of advice I discovered early i…
 
Episode 54 Show Notes: A sense of delight, a satisfying experience, a sense of belonging, predictability, and a sense of hope are all feelings that people experience in their daily life. Emotion is a part of being human which can be natural or manufactured. At times, it's a challenging experience to design for, but with practice and knowledge, you …
 
Episode 53 Show Notes: To jump from HR to the research ladder is nearly impossible at Google, especially for someone who doesn't have a Master's or PhD. However, Morgan Ramsey proved all the critics wrong by planning her unconventional way into UX Research. She started her career as an HR Analyst but quickly realized that her true passion was UX. I…
 
Episode 52 Show Notes: Preparing for a job interview can be one of the most stressful parts of the job search. There's a lot of pressure to make a great first impression and convey that you are the perfect fit for the job. The key to any interview is to prepare in advance by writing down your answers to questions. Are you prepared for your intervie…
 
Episode 51 Show Notes: I think it’s essential to improve your work rhythm as you progress in your career. But, first, you must understand how you work best and your method for problem-solving. Of course, you should use the design thinking process for problem-solving, but you’ve got to know what you need from your clients to provide value. In this e…
 
Episode 50 Show Notes: We've made it to the 50th episode of the UI Narrative podcast!!!! 🎉 I started this out as a hobby, and now I've made it a business. I will forever be thankful for you all listening and supporting my niche podcast. It means so much... truly. The moments that have brought me the most joy on this podcast are connecting with peop…
 
Episode 49 Show Notes: As a designer, a lot of my podcast topics are about design. However, some of you may be struggling more than others with design, or you’re finding that your day-to-day pixel-pushing isn’t making you happy. So I must ask you, have you considered that maybe you’re not supposed to be a designer? Perhaps it’s UX Research that you…
 
Episode 48 Show Notes: I've talked a lot on the podcast about how crucial it is to become a multitalented UXer to stand out amongst the competition. A way to do that is to have T-shaped skills. T-shaped skills mean having deep expertise in one particular area but also broad experience across the field. As an engineer turned designer, Donald Burlock…
 
Episode 47 Show Notes: Randall Wilson has been a designer for several years and has spent a decade working at Capital One. I was surprised when I saw his long tenure with a company because I've had to jump to new positions to achieve growth opportunities and salary increase in my career. His response to why he's stayed so long was, "People don't le…
 
Episode 46 Show Notes: You can indeed start your career in UX with no college degree, but how is it possible to land a job afterward? In this episode, Jeremy Gaston and I discuss his journey to becoming a UX Designer with no college degree. He stresses the importance of understanding the value you bring to your clients and finding education tailore…
 
Episode 45 Show Notes: Omar Tosca was born an engineer but was raised between designers. He has over seven years of experience as an interaction designer in Mexico, working with almost fifty companies. In this episode, we discuss his journey and the impact a mentor can have at all stages in your design career. "I always thought that you always need…
 
Episode 44 Show Notes: I recently reviewed over 200 portfolios for a Junior Product Designer position we needed to fill. As I was going through these portfolios, I noticed a common problem. A lot of candidates don’t know what to put in their portfolio or how to keep a hiring manager on their portfolio for at least 2 minutes. This episode will be me…
 
Hace más de 20 años la UX nos dejó una promesa que aún no se ha cumplido: ¿Cuál es el rol del diseño en un mundo ágil y vertiginoso Hablemos de esto y más en https://ixdasantiago.cl/slack
 
Episode 43 Show Notes: As designers, I think most of us consider our work a piece of our inner selves because creating design requires us to draw inspiration from our thoughts. So when someone challenges or criticizes our work, I think it's a bit challenging not to take it personally. In this episode, Shanique and I talk about how we equip ourselve…
 
¿Cómo descubrir a la persona detrás del usuario? ¿Estamos dejando de lado la emoción fuera de la fórmula de la experiencia? Mariluz Soto nos cuenta todo esto y más.
 
It's 2021, and Black designers only make up 3% of the workforce at major tech companies. It's disheartening to think about, but you have the power to make a difference, especially if you're a white creative leader, educator, or designer. Representation is crucial to attracting people of color to the tech industry and ensuring an inclusive environme…
 
Episode 41 Show Notes: It's essential to be intentional about your career growth. I know that we are looking for a job to get by a lot of the time, but I think we can use every job experience to our advantage. In this episode, Catt and I discuss creating a design growth plan and the benefits of having one. Knowing how you want to use each job oppor…
 
Episode 40 Show Notes: Are you as human-centered as you think you are? In this episode, Vivianne challenges us to push past the status quo of what it means to be human-centered. She has an 8+ years background in psychology and user research and is passionate about helping researchers and designers build more holistically human-centered leaders thro…
 
Episode 39 Show Notes: As a Product Designer, I’m always curious about the impact the products I create have on society. In this episode, Rachel shares her journey to founding her company, Design to Combat COVID-19. Over 2000 Designers and Researchers are working together to support our communities affected by COVID-19. This episode will inspire an…
 
Episode 38 Show Notes: It’s time to have the UX Designer Salary Talk. In this episode, I reveal everything you need to know about getting the UX Salary you want. I go over my tips for getting the salary I desired and how you can have the same results. We also discuss the 16 signs that you may be underpaid. This episode is excellent for those lookin…
 
Episode 37 Show Notes: Abadesi and I talk about whether it's worth staying at a company to advocate for inclusion and diversity. She also offers advice to help with building up your self-confidence. "Each of us as individuals almost has to apply certain frameworks to help us process the environment that we're in and help us decide around if this an…
 
Episode 36 Show Notes: There’s no perfect job out there because our wants and needs are always changing depending on what we’re going through in life. What you want this month might change to what you need next month. Ya know? Changing jobs every 1-3 years is okay. I usually know after 6 months when I’m going to quit my job. And every 6 months I ma…
 
Junto Eduardo Aguayo, coordinador regional IxDA Latam y Rodrigo Vera, miembro del equipo IxDA Latam revisamos lo más interesante, las nuevas oportunidades y las reflexiones que quedaron después del evento global de IxDA, Interaction 21, Montreal Hablemos en Slack! https://bit.ly/ixdaslackchile
 
Episode 35 Show Notes: Becoming a parent is most likely the most challenging job you'll ever have. Terri Rodriguez-Hong shares her story of getting into UX Design and encourages parents looking to make the career pivot. Mentions: Contact Out (Chrome plug-in) https://contactout.com/ Online communities UX Her - Woman of Color product design group htt…
 
Episode 34 Show Notes: How the hell do you land a Product (UI/UX) Design job during a pandemic? Are you looking for a job, or plan to soon? This episode is for you. We are in the middle of a pandemic, so you must be wondering how I will get a job when the economy is down. Here's the real truth: companies are still hiring, and some companies laid pe…
 
Episode 33 Show Notes: For this episode, Aminah Cárdenas and I discuss all the skills every product designer should have and how to obtain them. We think it’s super important to have a growth trajectory when you’re trying to level up as a designer. This list is super useful to have in mind as an aspiring or current product designer. Mentions: List …
 
Episode 32 Show Notes: Did you know you don’t have to get a bachelor’s or master's degree in product design to be a product (UX/UI) designer? Nastasia Tebeck and I talk about her non-traditional path to becoming a product designer and how you can do the same. We also discuss her experiences as being a Latinx designer in corporate America. Mentions:…
 
Episode 31 Show Notes: Zalyia is an Afro-Caribbean UX Strategist striving for a world where emotions meet data. She shares how to use data and empathy to help craft something significant. We discussed her discovery of accessibility and invisible disabilities while her late mom was going through Parkinson's disease. We also talk about the importance…
 
Episode 30 Show Notes: I really believe that having a work history is a valuable thing to have no matter the industry. Maya Rhinehart shares her story of how she started as an environmental engineer and used transferable skills since becoming a UX Designer. She also discusses her successful DIY method for getting an education in UX Design, which is…
 
Jay Allison is a senior product designer, animator and illustrator with 8 years of professional experience. They have a long history of self-teaching and working in a wide variety of work environments has made them an adaptable designer. We go through their entire work history and how they learned new skills at each role to adapt to the position. M…
 
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