Matt chats with Tom Greever—designer and UX Director at Bitovi, and author of the latest O’Reilly title Articulating Design Decisions: Communicate with Stakeholders, Keep Your Sanity, and Deliver the Best User Experience. Tom answers some questions submitted by the UX Mastery community, and discusses how defending your design decisions can sometimes be more important that the design…
Matt chats with Dave Gray – author, designer, entrepreneur and founder of XPLANE. They discuss visual thinking, education, evolution and entrepreneurship!
Matt chats with David Trewern, an award-winning Australian designer and founder of the Tractor design school. They discuss design schools, whether accreditation is valuable, and how to prepare for a career in UX.
Last week Matt caught up with Joe Natoli, known as instructor of the very popular UX Fundamentals online course. They spoke about UX strategy, careers, success, mistakes, and Joe’s upcoming book, Think First.
It’s been a long time since the last UX Mastery podcast episode!
Matt chats with Marcel Van Hove, a Bikablo-certified visual facilitator, about graphic recording, visual thinking, and how honing your drawing skills can give you a competitive advantage.
In this episode, Matt and Luke are joined by Hawk to discuss all things UX-related, from how to break into UX, how to create a portfolio, and how to manage your UX career.
In this episode, Matt & Luke talk to Patrick Neeman, Director of Product Design at Apptio and creator of the popular Usability Counts blog and UX Drinking Game, about how to break into UX, create a portfolio, and manage your career.
Listen to the podcast, or watch the video (complete with live sketchnotes!).
In this episode, Matt talks to David Travis from User Focus about his popular online UX training course, why the field of user experience is in such demand, and the pros and cons of training that is delivered in an online format.
Matt talks with Christine, an HR administrator who is trying to break into the UX Design industry, about the job application process, how the term “user experience” is often misunderstood by employers, and what to do about some of the frustrations that job seekers encounter.