A transcript of Episode 222 of UX Podcast. Josh Seiden and Jeff Gothelf join us to talk about their latest book Sense and Respond plus making change happen, using recipes as a starting point, self-sufficient teams, agile coaches, and shipping something you know is wrong.

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James Royal-Lawson
UX podcast is funded by me and Per together with contributions we get from you, our listeners. If you’d like to contribute, you can do so financially, but also as a volunteer. We’d love your help to make sure we get our transcripts ready and published for each show in good time. …

A transcript of Episode 202 of UX Podcast. James Royal-Lawson and Lisa Welchman talk to Jorge Arango and discuss concepts from the physical world of architecture and buildings and apply them to the world of digital design.

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Jorge Arango

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JAMES: You’re listening to UXPodcast coming to you from Stockholm, Sweden and Baltimore in the USA. We’re are your hosts James Royal-Lawson…

LISA: And Lisa Welchman.

JAMES: We have listeners in a 181 countries from Austria to Italy. Today we’re talking to Jorge Arango. …

A transcript of Episode 201 of UX Podcast. James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom discuss two articles that have grabbed their attention — this time they’re about Consistency in design and polarity mapping.

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Cover art: Chain links by Howard Lake (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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PER: You’re listening to UXPodcast coming to you from Stockholm, Sweden. We are your hosts Per Axbom.

JAMES: And James Royal-Lawson.

PER: We have listeners in 181 countries from Ukraine to Belgium.

JAMES: And episode 201 is going to be a link show. And for those of you that don’t know, that is where Per and I choose articles that we’ve stumbled upon in recent weeks and talk about them and discuss them with you.

PER: Mm-hmm. And today those two articles are Consistency in Design is the Wrong Approach by Jared M. …

A transcript of Episode 196 of UX Podcast. James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom talk about what accessibility means for UX designers and what you should do to make your designs more accessible and inclusive.

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Cover art: Panda by vanhalligan (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) with the UX Podcast logo super-imposed

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James Royal-Lawson: You’re listening to UX Podcast, coming to you from Stockholm, Sweden. We are your hosts, James Royal-Lawson.

Per Axbom: And Per Axbom.

James Royal-Lawson: We have listeners in 178 countries; from Uganda, to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island.

Per Axbom: And today we are doing something we haven’t done in a fair while. We’re doing a topic show.

James Royal-Lawson: Yeah. And this time the topic is, Accessibility.

Per Axbom: Which means that it’s just you and me today James.

James Royal-Lawson: It is. How’s that going to work? Accessibility is one of those topics which we’ve mentioned in a lot of shows. Maybe not every show, but, it’s a lot of times accessibility comes up. But, we’ve never had a show dedicated to the issue or the topic at large. …

A transcript of Episode 182 of UX Podcast. James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom. A linkshow featuring articles about semantic HTML5 and disabling paste for password fields.

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Photo by Holger Zscheyge, slightly cropped (CC BY 2.0)

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Per Axbom: Welcome to UX Podcast recorded for you here in Stockholm Sweden; I’m Per Axbom

James Royal-Lawson: and I’m James Royal-Lawson

Per: …with listeners in 174 countries from Turkey to Bangladesh.

James: Today for you we have a link show and listeners familiar with our podcast and this particular type of show will know that is where Per and I we talk about a couple of articles that we found on our digital travels around the Interwebs.

Per: I love that you are still using that phrase. But there is one tiny change that happened since we started out and that is that we have gone down from 3 to 2 articles. …

A transcript of Episode 179 of UX Podcast. James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom talk to Jared M. Spool about NPS, usability testing, and communicating the value of what we do.

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Photo by Jeffrey Zeldman

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[Intro music]

James Royal-Lawson: Welcome to UXPodcast. We are your hosts, James Royal-Lawson…

Per Axbom: And Per Axbom.

James Royal-Lawson: We’re here in Stockholm, Sweden and you’re out there, in a hundred and seventy-three countries from Norway to Liechtenstein.

Per Axbom: You may know today’s guest, Jared Spool, from User Interface Engineering, the SpoolCast podcast, the Center Centre UX science school for adults and from his rants on Twitter.

James Royal-Lawson: His occasional. No, his regular rants…

Per Axbom: Yes.

James Royal-Lawson: …on Twitter. Today, we talked to Jared about design leaders existing in a business environment, how poor we are at communicating our worth to organizations, the myth of five to eight usability participants and the topic that we asked Jared to talk about, NPS, Net Promoter Scores. …

A transcript of Episode 173 of UX Podcast. James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom talk to Alissa Briggs about design leadership. How to build, manage and grow a sucessful design team.

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Photo taken by Peter Vermaercke

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[Intro Music]

James Royal-Lawson: You’re listening to UX Podcast, coming to you from Stockholm, Sweden. We are your hosts, James Royal-Lawson.

Per Axbom: And Per Axbom.

James Royal-Lawson: We have listeners in a hundred and seventy-two countries from Spain to Slovakia.

Per Axbom: And today, we are talking to our friend, Alissa Briggs. We first met Alissa over six years ago, but we don’t get to see her very often as she’s based in San Francisco. She’s today Head of Design at the PlanGrid, an Enterprise App for construction workers. …

A transcript of Episode 171 of UX Podcast. James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom talk to Eric L. Reiss about how the environment we work in, and the way in which we communicate what we do, creates a constant struggle.

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Photo taken by Peter Vermaercke

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James: You’re listening to UX Podcast coming to you from Stockholm, Sweden. I’m James Royal-Lawson.

Per: And I’m Per Axbom.

James: We have listeners in a hundred and seventy-two countries from Mexico to Angola. A hundred and seventy-two, Per, that’s — next time it’s going to be fun because this is episode 171.

Per: Oh, so we’ll have the same number of countries as the episode number.

James: Perhaps, perhaps. Exciting things await.

Per: Unless another country just adds themselves just to spite us. Today we’re talking to Eric Reiss, an American business and information architecture theorist, content strategist, consultant, and author. Known for his work in the field of information architecture. …

A transcript of Episode 166 of UX Podcast. James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom talk about how our focus is normally on very specific scenarios and how this causes potential uses (and abuses) to go overlooked.

Featuring an interview with Adam D. Scott about ethical development.

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James Royal-Lawson: A few weeks ago, you woke up really far too early on a Sunday morning and were trying to get back to sleep and you had an idea of the Dick Pic Locator which you’d got as a — as impression you had — a great episode of Note to Self where Manoush Zomorodi explores all the data that you can find out about a person just from a simple selfie.

Per Axbom: Uh-hmm.

James: So tell us a little bit more about the service and why you did a Dick Pic Locator.

Per: I think maybe it was just that. The name came first, Dick Pic Locator, because I started realizing what a huge problem this seems to be on the internet that dudes are sending pictures of their penis to girls, unsolicited pics, anonymous pics, and chats, and forms, emailing even sending via MMS. It’s crazy. It’s a phenomenon and some women get this every day. …

A transcript of Episode 165 of UX Podcast. James Royal-Lawson and Per Axbom talk with Donna Lichaw about storymapping and enterprise UX.

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Photo taken by James Royal-Lawson at From Business to Buttons 2017

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UX podcast episode 165

James: I’m James Royal-Lawson.

Per: I am Per Axbom.

James: and this is UX podcast balancing business technology in people every other Friday from Stockholm Sweden. We have listeners in 171 countries around the world from South Korea to the USA.

Per: Today we have for you an interview with award winning documentary film maker author of the recent film media book The User’s Journey, story mapping products that people love. …

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