Making UX Work with Joe Natoli

Making UX Work with Joe Natoli

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.... Show More

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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 b... Read more

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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 ... Read more

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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... Read more

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September 3, 2018 53 min

Mary Shaw's more than 20-year career has taken her from accomplished touring singer-songwriter to marketing strategist to web designer to UX consultant to some of the biggest brands in the world. Mary's first career was that of a professional musician, playing solo concerts at colleges all over the U.S. with just a guitar and a sound system. When the money ran out, she became a corporate meeting planner...before gratefully stumbl... Read more

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My guest for this month's episode is Anne Dougherty. Anne is a writer and a UX and content architect who is passionate about making excellent user experiences, film, curling, and, by her own admission, the Oxford comma. She has over 20 years of experience working in digital spaces, primarily in the progressive non- profit community. And Anne believes, as I do, that regardless of what problem the user is trying to solve, they ... Read more

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My guest for this month's episode is Jason Bowden. Jason’s core disciplines lie in 3 focused areas: UX design strategy, creative direction, and mentorship. He’s been a designer his entire life, but professionally since 2001 or so. Jason believes in making the world a better place through design, and in building and coaching the next generation of user-centered, business-savvy, ethical designers. And that last part is important —... Read more

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My guest for this month's episode is Doug Collins. Aside from being one of the most positive and generous people I’ve ever met, Doug’s UX work spans a variety of industries ranging from the financial world to sports entertainment. He currently works as the sole UX Engineer at Trust Company of America, in charge of directing every aspect of the company’s online design and user experience presence. And when he’s not working to mak... Read more

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My guest today is Lisa Baskett; she is a veteran digital designer with over 17 years of crafting experiences for a wide variety of clients — from one person business ventures to big brand enterprise organizations. Currently, she specializes in the less visible side of UX design — research and strategy. Lisa's personal mantra is that "good design must first be functional and useful, regardless of the aesthetic." She describes hers... Read more

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Today we head to the Netherlands to talk with Esther Schinkel, who, in her own words, is passionate about making the web usable. And as I think you’ll hear, she takes a great deal of pride and joy in that endeavor. Esther began her creative life as a fine artist, and she believes that much of the power of the internet is lost because we are not fully utilizing our resources, particularly in the field of education – which happens ... Read more

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Hailing from the UK, my guest Leon Strydom has been working in and on the web since 2008, splitting his time between visual design and front-end development, while frequently turning his talents to print-based design work as well. While Leon is somewhat new to UX and is currently looking for a job, it becomes obvious pretty quickly that he's a natural. He has drive, dedication and a near-obsessive attention to process that's essen... Read more

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My guest Daniel Bosnjak is a multidisciplinary designer from Croatia, focusing on UX Design, Brand Strategy and crafting usable, beautiful digital products. Over the last 15 years he’s applied his design and UX talents to successful websites, web applications and mobile apps of all kinds. After working in the high-stress environment of Commercial Aviation, Daniel recently struck out on his own as an independent UX Designer, servin... Read more

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