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James Noble

James Noble is a former Australian representative in UX & Digital Craft for Cannes Lion, a UX industry advisor for Adobe, and Webby's judge. He is also a founding member of Australia’s number one business and marketing podcast, presenter, public speaker, currently serving on a number creative juries globally and co-hosted Beers, Blokes and Business Podcast.
Recent episodes featuring James Noble
BONUS: Steve Sammartino on Sports Geek – Future of Sports
Beers, Blokes and Business - blokes drinking beer talking business
BONUS for BBB listeners, Steve Sammartino caught up with Sean Callanan on his podcast Sports Geek. It was very similar to a BBB episode so we thought we’d publish it here, enjoy! On this podcast you’ll learn about: How technology is changing the live experience How media options for fans are becoming fragmented and what that means for sports rights Steve explains the difference between blockchain & cryptocurrency Use cases for blockchain technology in sports How children consume entertainment and why sport has to pay attention Why parents are crucial to fan development Why Super Bowl ads are great value Connect with Steve on Twitter @Sammartino, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn Purchase Steve’s Book “The Lessons School Forgot” Connect with Sean on Twitter @seancallanan, Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin Listen to Sports Geek on iTunes, Google Play and Pocket Casts The post BONUS: Steve Sammartino on Sports Geek – Future of Sports appeared first on Beers, Blokes & Business podcast.
EP28: James Noble On Being Noble By Nature
Australian Design Radio
In this episode, we spoke with James Noble, Co-Founder of Carter Digital. Carter is a multi-award winning service design, customer & user experience agency based in Melbourne. Regarded as industry leaders in UX, Carter is a carbon neutral studio securing clients such as Tourism Victoria, Australian Ballet, National Heart Foundation, The Royal Women's & Mercy Hospital, The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and the world's leading Cancer Research Institute Walter & Eliza Hall. We spoke about his studio which he co-founded with Paul Beardsell, we discussed hi attitude towards charity or special projects which do good or give back. We spoke about doing away with hierarchy (sometimes) when working with staff and clients. James has quite a bit of experience being behind the mic as a regular on radio station RRR and on a podcast we've mentioned a few times on the show this year Beers Blokes and Business. So we learnt a thing or two about the biz. We also covered unplugging from the digital world that surrounds us, mental fatigue and the art of doing nothing on weekends and of course we couldn't have James on the show without talking to him about digital stuff, and user experience.
090: Sneaky podcast for Sneaky Surf
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Here is a sneaky podcast about Sneak Surf, why?  Because we’d love your support of this Surf Movie Charity night on Monday March 7. Here is what we learned from this podcast Why Steve loves surfing Why he started Sneaky Surf What is MVP? Why it isn’t about the app Importance of developing a community How Sneaky Surf was developed See you at Surf Movie Charity Night Grab a ticket to support the Surf Movie Charity night Samma & Sean will be there as will some of the Blokes, we’d love to see you there (or just buy a ticket to support Westmead Childrens Hospital genetic testing of Children with Nephrotic Syndrome. Some insights & links from this podcast Listen to this episode passion vs effort as Samma follows his passion Check out and download Sneaky Surf here iTunes reviews – 85 listeners have left an iTunes review for the podcast Got a question? Tweet the Blokes or  @BeersBlokesBiz Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @BeersBlokesBiz or on Facebook with your opinion. Connect with these Blokes The blokes on this podcast were: @seancallanan from Sports Geek and CHUNKY media and Sports Geek Podcast @sammartino from SteveSammartino.com author of The Great Fragmentation Thanks for review Love this podcast rss feed in iTunes by vlovesshoes from Australia on January 19, 2016 I don’t drink beer I’m not a bloke But I have started a business and this podcast provides sensible pragmatic advice adaptable to most business environments. Please send us some more! Download episode below but we’d prefer you to subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud or this feed if you don’t use iTunes. Don’t forget you can get these show notes via email subscription. Click Here to BBB via email
089: Robert Mond – Behind the scenes of independent movie business
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Robert Mond is about to release his first feature film The Subjects, so Sean caught up with him to find out more about the business of movie making. Here is what we learned from this podcast Why Rob left his IT job (much to the distress of his family) How he got his start in TV Why you can’t start with a feature film Short films, the stepping stones for films Networking valuable in any industry Why $50,000 does not go far in film making How to delegate when you have a great team Some insights & links from this podcast Listen to these episode passion vs effort which is similar to Rob’s tale. Check out The Subjects at TheSubjectsMovie.com and on Facebook Connect with Rob on Twitter @RobertMond and Instagram @RobertMond or on his IMDB page Watch The Subjects in a cinema near you via Tugg iTunes reviews – 79 listeners have left an iTunes review for the podcast Got a question? Tweet the Blokes or  @BeersBlokesBiz Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @BeersBlokesBiz or on Facebook with your opinion. Check out The Subjects trailer Rob’s short film – Reception Watch, Buy & Rent The Subjects from October 8 Connect with these Blokes The blokes on this podcast were: @seancallanan from Sports Geek and SeanCallanan.com, and Sports Geek Podcast @robertmond from writer/director of The Subjects Thanks for review Great show with loads of insights via Stitcher by AlBryant from USA on March 31, 2015 I love listening to BBB. Every time I listen I take something away and it inspires me to keep moving forward with my personal projects. The guys cover great topics and have had some excellent guests as well. I’ll definitely keep listening as long as they keep coming! Al Join the BBB Army Are you on Facebook?  Like BBB here and join the BBB Army Facebook group to chat with guests and listeners. Download episode below but we’d prefer you to subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud or this feed if you don’t use iTunes. Don’t forget you can get these show notes via email subscription. Click Here to BBB via email Let us know your thoughts in the comments 
088: Hacking your way to media coverage
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Samma (aka Steve Sammartino) has a great track record of getting mainstream press coverage for himself and his companies. Here is what we learned from this podcast Samma’s never fail formula for getting press Importance of having several angles Don’t fall in love with your story Start small, home runs come later Know your Gaddie Pitch Keep the momentum up Don’t forget to follow up after press coverage Some insights & links from this podcast Listen to these episodes on media and press coverage: Trevor Young – PR Warrior  David Meerman Scott talks about News Jacking Valerie Khoo on power to tell your story David Brim on Tomcar Nathan Huppatz on his eBay background Samma getting some press on ABC’s The Business David Brim getting some press when Aussie dollar tanks Nathan Huppatz on The Project iTunes reviews – 79 listeners have left an iTunes review for the podcast – THANK YOU read them all here  Got a question? Tweet the Blokes or  @BeersBlokesBiz The beer was Spearhead Pale Ale from Cricketer’s Arms Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @BeersBlokesBiz or on Facebook with your opinion. Nice work Huppy, now available in GIF form Well done to @huppy on @TheProjectTV we'll be using this gif for a while #goodworkbloke pic.twitter.com/UfGYZ1bj2n — Beers, Blokes & Biz (@BeersBlokesBiz) September 4, 2015 Somebody get @Huppy a TV show. http://t.co/TLVHG1Gkwa — Scott Kilmartin (@ScottKilmartin) September 3, 2015 Spotted: #AustralianMade @TomcarAustralia in @theheraldsun today! Pick up a paper to read about #ATV #manufacturing in Melbourne — Australian Made (@AustralianMade) August 26, 2015 Connect with these Blokes The blokes on this podcast were: @seancallanan from Sports Geek and SeanCallanan.com, and Sports Geek Podcast @sammartino known for Startup Blog and The Great Fragmentation book Thanks for review Great Business Podcast; Why? Well read this BBB is a good mix of authenticity, sound business advice, great guests, all combined in a relaxed atmosphere! Those sharing their stories have “been there, done that”, so if you are some kind of an entrepreneur, you would love that! To be completely Oz, BBB should be called BBBBBQ: Beers, Blokes, Business around a BBQ, no? philippemelbourne Join the BBB Army Are you on Facebook?  Like BBB here and join the BBB Army Facebook group to chat with guests and listeners. Download episode below but we’d prefer you to subscribe in iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud or this feed if you don’t use iTunes. Don’t forget you can get these show notes via email subscription. Click Here to BBB via email Let us know your thoughts in the comments 
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Melbourne VIC, Australia
Episode Count
94
Podcast Count
2
Total Airtime
2 days, 20 hours