A podcast at the intersection of humans, brain science, and technology.
We talk about how hard it is to design good metrics because it touches so many tricky areas of the industry.
We talk about the upcoming tech jump over the next few years, and what that might mean for user interfaces, and UI design. Are there any lessons from the past?
We talk about hypothesis testing in UX. It's fun! You should try it.
We talk about ways to improve video conferencing, and what is holding it back. We take a diversion about the history of Teams and Skype. Sorry for our network troubles.
We talk to Margot Bloomstein about how companies can foster trust and content across their different branches, and how to develop that important consistency of communication.
We talk about a relative of UX, Industrial Design and Human Factors. Don't forget about the interesting work going on in this related field.
We talk about musical notation, and if the confusing history has any lessons for us in other fields.
We talk about a great series on Youtube about brain research, and other brain research thoughts.
We talk about what a Web 3.0 future looks like if it was all about making the internet not terrible and unsafe and full of trolls.
We talk about the motivations behind why people change jobs, and what employers can do to retain talent.
We talk about how creating new platforms is harder today after years of trust erosion.
Susan talks about how to implement UX Strategy.
We talk about UX and the metaverse, crypto, NFTs and the challenge of mental models for the Web 3.0.
We talk about UX and the metaverse, VR vs AR adotption guesses, and other metaverse related thoughts.
We talk about how silly passwords are and context when doing UX.
Our first podcast live on Restream, we talk about our journey into visual thinking.
We talk shop about the state of the industry, what's been going on, how UX will change because of work from home, and more.
We talk to Caroline Jarrett about forms and surveys. Transcript at https://humantech.theteamw.com/transcripts/113%20transcript.docx.
We talk to Nathan Shedroff about the culture of UX, sustainable design, and more.
We talk about the big 4 influencers on corporate ethics, the free market, government, corporate leaders, and the employees.
Russ Branaghan, author of Humanizing Healthcare – Human Factors for Medical Devices joins the show to talk about UX and the medical field.
In this Human Tech podcast episode we talk about the idea that humans calculate by feel, and more about the new Behavioral Economics Certificiate that will be published soon.
In this Human Tech podcast episode we talk with Sydney Anh Mai about differences in design between the East and the West.
Steve Sloman, Cognitive Science Professor at Brown University, and Phil Fernbach at University of Colorado Leeds School of Business join the show to talk about their book "The Knowledge Illusion: Why We Never Think Alone."
Dean Barker visits the show to talk about scaling UX to a large team, and general remembering the good old days.
We give an update on what we've been working on during the pandemic, and then talk about the behavioral science of remote work, will it stick around?
Stephen Anderson and Karl Fast vist the show to talk about their book "Figure It Out: Getting From Information To Understanding."
Amy Bucher visits the show to talk about her work in Behavioral Change Design.
Even before Covid, Remote User Research was becoming more and more popular. Pros and cons?
We talk about a bunch of things this episode, a bit about our journey to Episode 100, Audio Only Deep Learning, and of course, a little about Covid.
We talk to Grant Crowell about marketing, and his new book Grantasms.
We talk to Dana Chisnell about her work in helping government tackle UX design problems, and her optimism for the future.
We talk to Elaine Kasket, author of "All The Ghosts In The Machine" about our digital lives after death. Who owns our data and what happens after we're gone?
We talk to Cheenu Chari, UX Researcher at BMC Software and expert on the UX of chatbots.
We talk to Michael Metts and Andy Welfle, authors of Writing is Designing.
We talk about social networks and what their future might hold.
We talk to Steve Field today on the podcast.
We talk to Dr. Phillip Alvelda about AI, and his great work on the future of healthcare solutions.
We talk about Guthrie's new book: I Love You, Now Read This Book (It's About Human Decision Making and Behavioral Economics).
We talk about the body of knowledge around UX Strategy.
Kristen Gallagher visits the show. We talk about UX and the social studies she is running.
Danielle Cooley visits the show to talk all about user testing, but also bed sheets?
Elizabeth Rosenzweig Visits The Show. Founder and Director of World Usability Day.
We talk about behavioral econ strategies involving partitioning and framing.
David Travis Visits The Show.
Some friendly advice about how to present research to stakeholders.
What is a reward? What about the opposite? What about punishment? We talk all about these fun things.
Today's topic is journey maps.
We talk all about the abstract idea of objects and views.
Intel is changing the game with a big announcement today. Guthrie poorly explains to Susan what this means, and why the hardware race is back on! Has UX flurished due to the recent hardware stall?