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UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

Jane Portman

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UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

Jane Portman

92
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250
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Join us for exciting conversations about UI/UX design, SaaS products, marketing, and so much more. My awesome guests are industry experts who share actionable knowledge — so that you can apply it in your business today.

Latest Episodes

Episode 182: SEO vs Design with Daniela Furtado

Have you ever wondered if SEO and design can work hand-in-hand? Our guest today is Daniela Furtado, SEO consultant and founder of Findable Digital Marketing. You’ll learn about on-page and off-page SEO techniques as Daniela hones in on Google algorithms, keyword research, navigation design, UX writing, product naming, and the best SEO practices for any kind of website.

32 MIN5 d ago
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Episode 182: SEO vs Design with Daniela Furtado

Episode 181: Jobs to Be Done with Jim Kalbach

How can businesses apply the Jobs to Be Done method to grasp and successfully fulfill customer needs? Our guest today is Jim Kalbach, author of The Jobs To Be Done Playbook and Head of Customer Experience at MURAL. You’ll learn about the human-centred approach to products and marketing, interview methods, job maps, and Jim’s definition of customer success

36 MIN1 w ago
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Episode 181: Jobs to Be Done with Jim Kalbach

Episode 180: AI in UX with Tony Beltramelli

AI is disrupting multiple industries, and UX design is no exception. What if UX designers could leverage AI in their workflow? Our guest today is Tony Beltramelli, CEO and co-founder of Uizard Technologies. You’ll learn how AI powers products and interfaces, along with Tony’s insight on high-fidelity deliverables, styling, prototyping, testing, and the evolution of UX design.

21 MIN2 w ago
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Episode 180: AI in UX with Tony Beltramelli

Episode 179: Killer Visual Content with Amy Balliett

Quality visual design is a symbol of trust — but how can companies visually communicate their brand to earn that trust? Our guest today is Amy Balliett, CEO and founder at Killer Visual Strategies and author of the book of the same title. You’ll learn about the best visual strategies along with specific tips on branding, image and palette selection, illustrations, infographics, display ads and social media.

47 MIN3 w ago
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Episode 179: Killer Visual Content with Amy Balliett

Episode 178: Your Personal Design Style with Meg Lewis

“Being yourself” is an important success factor, especially in creative industries. So how can designers explore their own personal design style without fear? Our guest today is designer, comedian and performer Meg Lewis. You’ll hear Meg’s tips on determining personal style while unlearning norms and standards, and how to confidently inject that style into your client work and other projects.

48 MINJUL 10
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Episode 178: Your Personal Design Style with Meg Lewis

Episode 177: Habit-Forming Products with Sebastian Stockmarr

When it comes to habit-forming products like email, product design is all about finding a balance between power and simplicity. Our guest today is Sebastian Stockmarr, a partner at Founders venture studio and the co-founder of Tempo. You’ll learn the story behind their minimalist email tool, the current state of the email industry, and the various processes they used to shape this product.

30 MINJUL 3
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Episode 177: Habit-Forming Products with Sebastian Stockmarr

Episode 176: Leadership for Designers with Ryan Rumsey

How can designers take business leadership roles? What skills can make them more relevant in the entire business system? Our guest today is Ryan Rumsey, the founder of Second Wave Dive and the author of Business Thinking for Designers. You’ll learn about the various types of leadership, as well as the tools and strategies designers can use at the decision-making table.

37 MINJUN 28
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Episode 176: Leadership for Designers with Ryan Rumsey

Episode 175: Product Trends with Dru Riley

Knowing the newest product trends is pivotal as they can be applied across many industries. But what’s the best way to identify and watch trends? Our guest today is Dru Riley, the founder of Trends.vc. You’ll learn the story behind his famous newsletter, how he creates his reports, and what trends you can apply to your business in 2020 and beyond.

33 MINJUN 24
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Episode 175: Product Trends with Dru Riley

Episode 174: Staying Focused with Nir Eyal

Why don’t we always do what we plan or promise? Distractions have been around forever, but there are methods of overcoming them. Our guest today is Nir Eyal, the author of Hooked and Indistractable. You’ll learn all about distractions and the reasons behind them, as well as Nir’s expert tips on managing your time effectively.

44 MINJUN 17
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Episode 174: Staying Focused with Nir Eyal

Episode 173: Voice UX with Sina Kahen

Voice UX is one of the fastest-growing technologies in history. Why is it so effective? Is it any similar to conventional UX design? Our guest today is Sina Kahen, co-founder of The Voice Course. You’ll learn the fundamentals of voice and conversational UX, how voice is used in some popular apps, and how to get started with the right tools and resources.

29 MINJUN 10
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Episode 173: Voice UX with Sina Kahen

Latest Episodes

Episode 182: SEO vs Design with Daniela Furtado

Have you ever wondered if SEO and design can work hand-in-hand? Our guest today is Daniela Furtado, SEO consultant and founder of Findable Digital Marketing. You’ll learn about on-page and off-page SEO techniques as Daniela hones in on Google algorithms, keyword research, navigation design, UX writing, product naming, and the best SEO practices for any kind of website.

32 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Episode 182: SEO vs Design with Daniela Furtado

Episode 181: Jobs to Be Done with Jim Kalbach

How can businesses apply the Jobs to Be Done method to grasp and successfully fulfill customer needs? Our guest today is Jim Kalbach, author of The Jobs To Be Done Playbook and Head of Customer Experience at MURAL. You’ll learn about the human-centred approach to products and marketing, interview methods, job maps, and Jim’s definition of customer success

36 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Episode 181: Jobs to Be Done with Jim Kalbach

Episode 180: AI in UX with Tony Beltramelli

AI is disrupting multiple industries, and UX design is no exception. What if UX designers could leverage AI in their workflow? Our guest today is Tony Beltramelli, CEO and co-founder of Uizard Technologies. You’ll learn how AI powers products and interfaces, along with Tony’s insight on high-fidelity deliverables, styling, prototyping, testing, and the evolution of UX design.

21 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episode 180: AI in UX with Tony Beltramelli

Episode 179: Killer Visual Content with Amy Balliett

Quality visual design is a symbol of trust — but how can companies visually communicate their brand to earn that trust? Our guest today is Amy Balliett, CEO and founder at Killer Visual Strategies and author of the book of the same title. You’ll learn about the best visual strategies along with specific tips on branding, image and palette selection, illustrations, infographics, display ads and social media.

47 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episode 179: Killer Visual Content with Amy Balliett

Episode 178: Your Personal Design Style with Meg Lewis

“Being yourself” is an important success factor, especially in creative industries. So how can designers explore their own personal design style without fear? Our guest today is designer, comedian and performer Meg Lewis. You’ll hear Meg’s tips on determining personal style while unlearning norms and standards, and how to confidently inject that style into your client work and other projects.

48 MINJUL 10
Comments
Episode 178: Your Personal Design Style with Meg Lewis

Episode 177: Habit-Forming Products with Sebastian Stockmarr

When it comes to habit-forming products like email, product design is all about finding a balance between power and simplicity. Our guest today is Sebastian Stockmarr, a partner at Founders venture studio and the co-founder of Tempo. You’ll learn the story behind their minimalist email tool, the current state of the email industry, and the various processes they used to shape this product.

30 MINJUL 3
Comments
Episode 177: Habit-Forming Products with Sebastian Stockmarr

Episode 176: Leadership for Designers with Ryan Rumsey

How can designers take business leadership roles? What skills can make them more relevant in the entire business system? Our guest today is Ryan Rumsey, the founder of Second Wave Dive and the author of Business Thinking for Designers. You’ll learn about the various types of leadership, as well as the tools and strategies designers can use at the decision-making table.

37 MINJUN 28
Comments
Episode 176: Leadership for Designers with Ryan Rumsey

Episode 175: Product Trends with Dru Riley

Knowing the newest product trends is pivotal as they can be applied across many industries. But what’s the best way to identify and watch trends? Our guest today is Dru Riley, the founder of Trends.vc. You’ll learn the story behind his famous newsletter, how he creates his reports, and what trends you can apply to your business in 2020 and beyond.

33 MINJUN 24
Comments
Episode 175: Product Trends with Dru Riley

Episode 174: Staying Focused with Nir Eyal

Why don’t we always do what we plan or promise? Distractions have been around forever, but there are methods of overcoming them. Our guest today is Nir Eyal, the author of Hooked and Indistractable. You’ll learn all about distractions and the reasons behind them, as well as Nir’s expert tips on managing your time effectively.

44 MINJUN 17
Comments
Episode 174: Staying Focused with Nir Eyal

Episode 173: Voice UX with Sina Kahen

Voice UX is one of the fastest-growing technologies in history. Why is it so effective? Is it any similar to conventional UX design? Our guest today is Sina Kahen, co-founder of The Voice Course. You’ll learn the fundamentals of voice and conversational UX, how voice is used in some popular apps, and how to get started with the right tools and resources.

29 MINJUN 10
Comments
Episode 173: Voice UX with Sina Kahen
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