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Lou Rosenfeld talks with a LOT of brilliant, interesting changemakers in the UX world and beyond. In these conversations (mostly 20 min long), Subscribe to the Rosenfeld Media podcast for a bird's eye view into what shifts UX faces, and how individuals and teams can respond in ways that drive success.

Episódios

  • Productive Discontent: a Conversation with Amy Thibodeau

    Productive Discontent: a Conversation with Amy Thibodeau

    25/09/2019 Duração: 26min
  • Designing your Design Org with Kristin Skinner and Peter Merholz

    Designing your Design Org with Kristin Skinner and Peter Merholz

    20/08/2019 Duração: 31min

    Kristin Skinner and Peter Merholz, co-writers of Org Design for Design Orgs, are teaching a full day workshop at the DesignOps Summit this year. On this episode of the Rosenfeld Review, they discuss the career milestones that brought them to the realization that there was a book to be written about the challenges they faced when coordinating and managing across teams. What Peter’s reading: Uday Gajendar’s “Rise of the Meta Designer” in Interactions Magazine https://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=3338285 What’s inspiring Kristin lately: Scott Berkun’s work http://scottberkun.com More about the workshop: As the move to establish in-house design teams accelerates, it turns out there’s very little common wisdom on what makes for a successful design organization. In their full day workshop at the DesignOps Summit on October 25 in New York City, Peter Merholz and Kristin Skinner will draw from their groundbreaking book Org Design for Design Orgs, and address this lacuna by shining a light on the unsung activities of

  • The Evolution of Joint Futures Conference with Producer Angelos Arnis

    The Evolution of Joint Futures Conference with Producer Angelos Arnis

    13/08/2019 Duração: 23min

    In this episode of the Rosenfeld Review, Lou and Angelos Arnis, Producer of the Joint Futures Conference in Helsinki, Finland (September 2-5, 2019), discuss the evolving landscape of design professionals’ needs, and how the Joint Futures Conference has changed to suit them. Rosenfeld Media is pleased to partner with Joint Futures this year to offer four full-day workshops on September 5, 2019. For more about the workshops: https://rosenfeldmedia.com/public-workshops/helsinki-ux-workshops/ For more about Angelos: www.Arn.is Follow Angelos on twitter: www.twitter.com/angelosarnis

  • Preparing Industry-Ready Designers at the Center Centre with Jessica Ivins

    Preparing Industry-Ready Designers at the Center Centre with Jessica Ivins

    12/06/2019 Duração: 19min

    Jessica Ivins is a UX designer and facilitator at the Center Centre in Chattanooga, Tennessee. In this episode of the Rosenfeld Review, Jessica discusses the methods and philosophy employed by the Center Centre to produce industry-ready designers. She shares the story of how, after speaking with hiring managers in the industry, co-founders Leslie Jensen-Inman and Jared M. Spool saw a need for an educational program that prepares designers to enter the workforce and start contributing from Day One with minimal onboarding. The Center Centre achieves this by offering a full-time two year program that more closely resembles a workplace experience than a traditional school. Students work on real world projects from large companies that span 3-5 months, and graduate with a portfolio of real world experience. More about the Center Centre: http://centercentre.com/about

  • Scaling Knowledge: Matt Duignan on Microsoft’s Human Insight System

    Scaling Knowledge: Matt Duignan on Microsoft’s Human Insight System

    01/05/2019 Duração: 35min

    Matt Duignan manages HITS—Microsoft’s Human Insight System, a web-based platform that captures market and data science insights, serving as a cross disciplinary database. He chats with Lou about how his team democratizes the process of arriving at new insights by offering access to researchers’ knowledge and data from different silos across the whole company. He also touches on the challenges of making such a system work in the absence of a cultural commitment to curation, and getting disparate teams to remember that they aren’t only researching for their own departments, but for the benefit of others as well. Learn more in “Skip User Research Unless You’re Doing It Right — Seriously” on Medium: https://medium.com/microsoft-design/skip-user-research-unless-youre-doing-it-right-seriously-15494e5ee033

  • More is Not Better: Creating a Content Framework with Kristina Halvorson

    More is Not Better: Creating a Content Framework with Kristina Halvorson

    29/03/2019 Duração: 25min

    Kristina Halvorson is the author of Content Strategy for the Web and producer of the Confab Conference, presented by her Minneapolis-based company Brain Traffic. In this episode of Rosenfeld Review, she discusses the best ways to deal with content chaos, navigate the changing nature of conferences (spoiler: they’re not dying!), and more. Kristina’s content framework, Brain Traffic’s Content Strategy Quad: https://www.braintraffic.com/blog/new-thinking-brain-traffics-content-strategy-quad

  • The Impact of UI: Predicting the Next Big Thing with Google’s Luke Wroblewski

    The Impact of UI: Predicting the Next Big Thing with Google’s Luke Wroblewski

    15/03/2019 Duração: 35min

    Luke Wroblewski, Product Director at Google (and author of Rosenfeld Media book Web Form Design), discusses his perspective on how better user interface design can make a huge impact. With a degree in graphic design and experience teaching at the Graduate School of Library and Information Studies, he brings a range of experiences and perspectives to the problem of how a design craftsperson can become more strategic and have a bigger impact. Finally, he shares what’s on the horizon - the next “web form design” to be solved. More about Luke: www.lukew.com

  • Solving Big Problems: Examining the Value of Creativity and Diversity with #EX19 Curator Dave Sifry

    Solving Big Problems: Examining the Value of Creativity and Diversity with #EX19 Curator Dave Sifry

    26/02/2019 Duração: 33min

    Dave Sifry is one of our curators for this year’s Enterprise Experience 2019 Conference – the 5th edition, which will be more focused on cross-functional collaboration. Dave brings a background in computer science, has launched and advised an impressive variety of startups, and now works in the Bay Area with a focus on organizational design. After getting a computer at the age of 9, Dave realized he was hooked on programming, and the joy of figuring out problems to help create solutions for products and companies. After founding several companies and learning from both mistakes and failures, Dave shares the insights he gained from those experiences. From how creativity in an institution can create more innovation company-wide, to the importance of team diversity, Dave brings a wide range of perspectives to this year’s conference curation team. Follow Dave on Twitter @dsifry ‏ More about Dave: www.sifry.com

  • Creativity, Curiosity, and Customer Success: Talking with #EX2019 Curator Ellie Wu

    Creativity, Curiosity, and Customer Success: Talking with #EX2019 Curator Ellie Wu

    19/02/2019 Duração: 30min

    Ellie Wu, Senior Director of Customer Experience Transformation at SAP Concur, chats with Lou about what exactly “customer success” means, her work with TedX SeattleWomen, and her contributions to this year’s reimagined program for June’s Enterprise Experience conference. What Ellie’s reading: James Clear, Atomic Habits More about TedXSeattleWomen: http://tedxseattle.com/events/tedxseattlewomen/ Attend Enterprise Experience: www.rosenfeldmedia.com/enterprise2019

  • #metoo and the IA Community: Karen McGrane and Lou Rosenfeld Confront a Difficult Topic

    #metoo and the IA Community: Karen McGrane and Lou Rosenfeld Confront a Difficult Topic

    04/02/2019 Duração: 37min

    In this episode of the Rosenfeld Review, Karen McGrane and Lou address the growing concerns over sexual harassment at the IA Conference and other industry events. Karen and Lou explore the #metoo movement's impact on the industry and what steps we can all take to address what’s happening. Learn more about Karen McGrane: http://karenmcgrane.com/

  • System-Thinking in Team Building: Insights from EX2019 Curator Sam McAfee

    System-Thinking in Team Building: Insights from EX2019 Curator Sam McAfee

    01/02/2019 Duração: 24min

    Sam McAfee is not a UX guy, which is why we’ve asked him to be one of our curators for Enterprise Experience 2019. This year’s program is designed to help UX leaders align, collaborate, and cooperate with peers from other functions in the enterprise—like engineering and product management, two areas Sam knows better than most. In this episode of the Rosenfeld Review, Sam shares his thoughts on the many forms leadership can take, how different types of people can all find their place on a larger team, and the way organizational structures affect the output of the people in them. A 20 year Silicon Valley veteran, Sam is the author of Startup Patterns, and helps companies build and scale new digital products, find and master product-market fit, and improve software development process and teamwork while scaling. More about Sam: – Startuppatterns.com Sam’s recent reads: –Team of Teams by Stanley A. McChrystal https://www.mcchrystalgroup.com/insights/teamofteams/ –Drive by Daniel Pink https://www.danpink.com/

  • Managing Multiple Points of View: Insights from “The Product Guy” Rich Mironov

    Managing Multiple Points of View: Insights from “The Product Guy” Rich Mironov

    21/01/2019 Duração: 21min

    Rich Mironov, author of The Art of Product Management, shares his experiences and advice around how product managers can approach the process of figuring out what an end user really wants, while managing a team of people with different perspectives on the same question. Rich is joining the curation team for this year’s Enterprise Experience Conference–read more about the new approach we’re taking this year: https://rosenfeldmedia.com/enterprise2019/updates/reaching-beyond-ux-sister-enterprise-silos/ Check out Rich’s book: The Art of Product Management: Lessons from a Silicon Valley Innovator https://www.mironov.com/book/ What Rich is reading now: Escaping the Build Trap by Melissa Perri https://melissaperri.com/book/

  • Voting as a Part of Everyday Life: Insights from Whitney Quesenbery

    Voting as a Part of Everyday Life: Insights from Whitney Quesenbery

    11/01/2019 Duração: 25min

    In this 100th episode of the Rosenfeld Review podcast, Lou talks with Whitney Quesenbery, co-author of two Rosenfeld Media books, about her work at Center for Civic Design. Hear about how Whitney works to improve federal voting standards at the procedural and product levels to make voting a part of everyday life. Learn more about Center for Civic Design: https://civicdesign.org/ Follow their Medium publication: https://medium.com/civic-designing

  • Ecosystem Mapping: How and Why with Canux Founder Cornelius Rachieru

    Ecosystem Mapping: How and Why with Canux Founder Cornelius Rachieru

    20/12/2018 Duração: 29min

    We see a trend in the work we do: the shift from looking at the micro level to more and more macro perspectives. With this in mind, Lou brings in Cornelius Rachieru, founder/co-curator of the Canux conference, and founder/managing partner of ampli2de, to discuss his work with "ecosystem mapping," a way to see how services and people relate to each other on a large scale. He discusses the move from mapping features to products to services and finally to ecosystems, and the methods he uses for creating an ecosystem map. Now we just have to wonder what the next level will be - universe mapping, perhaps? Follow Cornelius on Twitter: @Corneliux Learn more about Canux: www.canux.io Learn more about ampli2de: www.ampli2e.com Follow Rosenfeld Media on Twitter: www.rosenfeldmedia.com

  • Biology and Design: Insights from Shopify’s Alëna Iouguina

    Biology and Design: Insights from Shopify’s Alëna Iouguina

    19/10/2018 Duração: 23min

    How does biology affect UX design? Lou talks with Alëna Iouguina, Senior Lead of Systems Research at Shopify, about how understanding the way the human brain works is one of the best things you can do to bolster your user research. Follow Alëna Iouguina on Twitter: https://twitter.com/biologytodesign Joins us at the 2018 DesignOps Summit: https://designopssummit.com

  • Turning Ripples into Waves: A Chat with SAP’s Hana Nagel

    Turning Ripples into Waves: A Chat with SAP’s Hana Nagel

    05/10/2018 Duração: 24min

    How do you turn small design tweaks into waves of change? Lou chats with Hana Nagel, Lead UX Researcher at SAP, about how small, sustainable changes are the key to making lasting changes in your design organization. Hana’s Interesting Person: Rana Chakrabarti https://www.linkedin.com/in/ranachakrabarti/ Follow Hana Nagel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Miss_Hanie Joins us at the 2018 DesignOps Summit: https://designopssummit.com

  • From Government to Enterprise: Research Operations at Scale with Atlassians Leisa Reichelt

    From Government to Enterprise: Research Operations at Scale with Atlassian's Leisa Reichelt

    28/09/2018 Duração: 31min

    If you want to make sustainable change, you have to dive deeper into the organization. Leisa Reichelt, opening keynote speaker at #DesignOps Summit 2018, shares how she built and lead user research teams for the Australian and UK governments and how she’s continuing her work at Atlassian as Head of Research and Insights.

  • From Design Thinking to Design Doing: A Chat with IBMs Doug Powell

    From Design Thinking to Design Doing: A Chat with IBM's Doug Powell

    19/09/2018 Duração: 28min

    How do you build an enterprise design organization from the top down, and turn design thinking into design doing? Lou chats with Doug Powell, Design Principal and Program Director of Education & Activation at IBM, about the challenges of bringing design ideas to life within a global organization. He also gives a sneak peek of his upcoming keynote talk at the 2018 Design Ops Summit. Follow Doug Powell on Twitter: https://twitter.com/douglaspowell1 Joins us at the 2018 DesignOps Summit: https://designopssummit.com

  • Sociology and DesignOps: A Chat with MailChimp’s Jacqui Frey

    Sociology and DesignOps: A Chat with MailChimp’s Jacqui Frey

    12/09/2018 Duração: 23min

    What does sociology and the study of technology have to do with DesignOps? Everything! Lou sits down with Jacqui Frey, Director of Design Operations at MailChimp, to discuss her upcoming talk at the 2018 DesignOps Summit and why studying technology’s interconnectedness relates to all aspects of DesignOps. Reading recommendations from Jacqui: Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown Joins us at the 2019 DesignOps Summit: https://designopssummit.com

  • The Ontology of AI: A Chat with Uber’s Carol Smith

    The Ontology of AI: A Chat with Uber’s Carol Smith

    05/09/2018 Duração: 30min

    How do you build an ontology? Lou talks with Carol Smith, Senior UX Researcher at Uber’s Advanced Technology Group, about the challenges of developing an artificial intelligence ontology, and how information architects can and must play a role in technologies that use artificial intelligence. Follow Carol Smith on Twitter: https://twitter.com/carologic Reading recommendations: https://rosenfeldmedia.com/books/designing-agentive-technology/

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