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Making UX Work with Joe Natoli

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Hello and Welcome — I’m your host Joe Natoli, and our focus here is on folks like you doing real, often unglamorous UX work in the trenches of product design and development. You’ll hear about their struggles and successes, along with their journey to and through the trenches of product design, development and of course, user experience.

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Episode 11, Jason Ogle: Your Mess is Your MESSAGE!
My guest today is Jason Ogle, who describes himself as a passionate user defender — fighting for users who are victims of bad design decisions. He's an influential podcaster whose amazing USER DEFENDERS podcast is continuing to inspire and equip an audience of hungry, ambitious designers and UXers. Jason believes in failing early, and learning often. And as you’ll hear, every one of those failures has only pushed him to bigger, better and more incredible things. Jason Ogle, as the podcast title suggests, truly has a gift for turning a mess into a message.  Twitter:@jasonogleLinkedIn:Jason OgleInstagram:highgrownWebsites:User Defenders PodcastUser Defenders Online Community
Episode 10, Kristin Currier Ludlow: YES WE CAN!
My guest today is Kristin Currier Ludlow, a Digital Designer with over 20 years of helping people shop better online and in stores.In my experience, retail is one of the toughest industries to advocate for and create UX change, but as you'll hear, it's a challenge Kristin has risen to — and overcome.Kristin believes that everything in retail — and life — is user experience. Whether you're resetting a store or an building an online shopping cart, it's the same thing. And as you'll hear, she's applied that belief to every task she's ever tackled. From companies like Office Depot, Home Depot, CompUSA and Levenger to her current gig with a small UX team at City Furniture, Kristin has carried the DIY spirit and positive, can-do attitude of punk rock into everything she does. That being something we share, this was an absolutely inspiring conversation for me.Twitter:@kristincurrierFacebook:Kristin Joy Currier LudlowLinkedIn:Kristin (Currier) Ludlow, UXCInstagram:kristincurrierWebsites:http://source-studio.comhttp://kristincurrier.com/
Episode 09, Peter Kaizer :: Designing with the head, the heart and the hands
My guest today is Peter Kaizer, a UX designer and developer with over 20 years of professional experience. What’s particularly interesting is that Peter started his career making things with his hands, namely what he calls "functional pottery."That's an altogether different kind of user experience — but as you'll hear, this approach and experience absolutely informs the digital products that he creates. The result is an emphasis on things that are both highly functional and beautifully designed. Peter describes himself as creative, collaborative, curious, opinionated and optimistic. He is all that and more, my friends; you're going to enjoy this one.Twitter:@pdkaizerFacebook:pkaizerLinkedIn:pdkaizerInstagram:pdkaizerWebsite:peterkaizer.com
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Started
Nov 13th, 2017
Latest Episode
Mar 5th, 2019
Release Period
Monthly
No. of Episodes
11
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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