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Best podcasts about experience design

Latest podcast episodes about experience design

Design MBA
Designing A Decentralized Design Studio - Andrej Berlin (CEO @ Deep Work)

Design MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 51:48


Andrej Berlin is the co-founder and CEO of Deep Work. He has been involved in the design of over 100 different products and services from open source teams, start-ups, enterprises and fortune 500 companies. He is an advocate for mental and physical health and considers work as an integral part of a meaningful life.  WORK REMOTE ON PAID WEB3 PROJECTSHow to get started working at Deep Work: https://docs.deepwork.studio/deep-work-onboarding/quick-start-guideCONNECT WITH ANDREJ BERLINFollow Andrej Berlin on TwitterFollow Andrej Berlin on LinkedInRead Andrej Berlin's thoughts on MediumCONNECT WITH MEFollow Jayneil Dalal on TwitterFollow Jayneil Dalal on LinkedIn

The Agile World with Greg Kihlstrom
#206: Customer Journey Management as Change Management with Erin Zentz, AARP

The Agile World with Greg Kihlstrom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 32:38


Today we're going to talk about customer journey management and its relationship to change management. To help me discuss this topic, I'd like to welcome Erin Zentz, Director of Experience Design, AARP

Experience by Design
Radical Product Design with Radhika Dutt

Experience by Design

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 61:31


We are on the verge of a new year, and with a new year comes new ideas about how we need to make changes in our lives. While individual will often make New Year's Resolutions about how to make a “new you”, what about organization? What resolutions can organizations make to change the way they have been doing things, and enter the new year with not only the best intentions, but the best outcomes?To help us explore how to make those radical changes in our individual and organizational lives, we have in the Experience by Design Studios Radhika Dutt. Radhika is the author of Radical Product Thinking: The New Mindset for Innovating Smarter. In her book, she distills that wealth of knowledge into some clear elements that any individual or organization can use. In today's conversation we break down what radical product thinking is and can do. It's a skill for creating change in the world around you, and one of the most interesting aspects is that it can work for organizations, but also you as an individual, or even entities not traditionally considered products such as Singapore. One key element of radical product thinking we discuss is building out vision vs iterative product thinking, meaning how can we create guides and guardrails to foster growth in a desired direction, measure what matters, and create lasting change.

The Total Home Experience
EP 61 || Reviewing aftermarket cabinet pullout drawers

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 7:25


Stop getting on your knees to bow down to the back of the cabinet, it's not worth your time! Get one of these cabinet drawer slider organizers instead and liberate yourself from the tyranny.Simple Human: https://amzn.to/3FyioZpKnape (all wood) https://amzn.to/3ekTVeeLynk (Cheapest): https://amzn.to/3Ft08AxAll wood options 2: https://amzn.to/3FIQaLPKnape two tier: https://amzn.to/32nIGPLSmall Spice rack: https://amzn.to/3sviddKTall Spice rack: https://amzn.to/3pr4WksSay Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

Design MBA
Selling Your Side Project - Amit Patel (Founder @ Experience Haus)

Design MBA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 50:21


Amit Patel is a Toronto-born product designer/manager, now living in London, United Kingdom. He is the founder and currently Creative Director of Experience Haus, a digital skills training provider and consultancy. He has worked in product management and product design roles across many industries and in various sizes of companies, from startups (in sectors such as media, fin-tech and healthcare) to industry leading companies.  He has taught and designed courses covering UX Design, Product Design, Product Management, Design Thinking, Design in Social Innovation, Rapid Prototyping, and Entrepreneurship. MAKE A REAL CAREER CHANGE TO UI/UX WITH REAL PROJECTS, CLIENTSCheck out the amazing, remote design courses offered by Experience Haus: https://experiencehaus.com/CONNECT WITH AMIT PATELFollow Amit Patel on TwitterFollow Amit Patel on LinkedInRead Amit Patel's thoughts on his personal websiteCONNECT WITH MEFollow Jayneil Dalal on TwitterFollow Jayneil Dalal on LinkedIn

The Total Home Experience
EP 60 || Thank you cards

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 6:54


Making decisions on what to buy is so very tough. This podcast is about my deliberation on buying the perfect thank you cards to send out to clients. Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

Nightside With Dan Rea
It's a Wonderful Life! - Part 1 (8 p.m.)

Nightside With Dan Rea

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 40:44


Jordan Rich fills in on NightSide with Dan Rea:‘Tis the season for viewing all those classic holiday movies! From Miracle On 34th Street to National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. When we think of Hollywood, history doesn't usually come to mind first. It's a Wonderful Life actually goes beyond having faith in one another and teaches us a bit about American History. Joining Jordan to talk about this aspect is Chris Wilson, Director of Experience Design at the National Museum of American History.

The Total Home Experience
EP 59 || Flat surfaces; Magnets for stuff

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 10:59


Stuff just laches on to flat surfaces like a magnet! Organizing defiantly helps with this, but only if you actually put the stuff away, but those flat surfaces hold on tight! Here's me coming up with a few solutions on the fly!Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

Tenaciously Human
Gil Cohen | Founder/CEO of Employee Experience Design | The Great Resignation

Tenaciously Human

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 53:28


Gil shares powerful insights from 20 years in the world of employee experience, a term that didn't exist when he started.  Among many other topics,  we discuss the Great Resignation, what it really means, and how good it is for the world. To learn more, go to https://www.tenaciouslyhuman.com/

The Total Home Experience
EP 58 || How to organize and store holiday (Christmas) decorations

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 11:51


Hanging decorations year after year can be exhausting, but it can be leas exhausting if everything is organized and ready to go, then easy to put away, here are some quick tips to organize and store your holiday decorations.Long and deep bin: https://amzn.to/3JaWwW2Say Hello!: www.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

Design Thinking 101
Collaboration + Facilitation + Workshops with Austin Govella — DT101 E83

Design Thinking 101

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 60:06


Austin Govella is an experience design director at Avanade Digital Studio and author of Collaborative Product Design. Listen to learn about: Product design Collaboration in design work Some challenges that can arise when collaborating Connecting design to the larger world Designing within and for systems Workshop/training design Collaboration facilitation Our Guest  As an experienced facilitator with over 15 years of experience, Austin leverages a collaborative design approach with clients and specializes in facilitating design thinking, product management, design sprints, and Agile methodologies. As an experience director, he delivers design thinking and workshop facilitation training for Avanade's Experience Design practice. Austin is a LUMA Institute Certified Facilitator of Human-Centered Design.   Show Highlights [01:43] How taking a break from university led Austin into the field of design. [04:30] Austin's work at Avanade, and platform-based innovation. [06:24] Collaboration has been a key aspect of Austin's work methodology since his university days. [08:11] How collaboration can help the solo designer and small design teams at a company. [09:39] Collaboration magnifies the impact of design. [10:43] Design is more than just making pretty visuals. [11:43] Design must be created within the context of the business and the “world” in which it will live. [12:45] Austin's thoughts on modern design education. [13:09] Giving your design a “good life.” [15:15] Why designing that “good life” requires collaboration. [16:03] Greenfield innovation design vs. wicked problems design. [18:26] Austin talks about some of the challenges he's dealt with when leading workshops. [20:05] How people learning design thinking can be too focused on the mechanics and not on the outcome. [21:05] When designing a workshop, focus on the outcome. [23:46] Viewing the workshop as a collaboration. [26:59] The importance of inclusion and trust when collaborating. [27:58] Being willing to go in unexpected directions, and the magic that can happen when you do. [29:33] Austin gives advice for new facilitators. [31:56] Ways to help and support the person who doesn't want to participate in a workshop activity. [33:40] Frame, facilitate, finish. [34:44] Other personalities you can encounter while facilitating workshops. [38:06] You can't auto-pilot a workshop. [38:54] The importance of the small breakout groups in workshops, especially those that are virtual. [39:57] Offering participants the chance to think about the topic before the actual workshop or meeting. [42:47] Trusting the process and the participants as a facilitator, even when it's challenging. [46:23] Austin talks about his book, Collaborative Product Design. [49:19] Work the Room, the book Austin is currently working on, dives into how to manage the people and personalities you're collaborating and facilitating with. [53:10] Books and other resources Austin recommends.   Links Austin on Twitter Austin on Medium Austin on LinkedIn Austin's website and blog Avanade   Book Recommendations: Collaborative Product Design by Austin Govella The Product & Experience Design Guide Work the Room, The Book, by Austin Govella The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters, by Priya Parker Gamestorming: A Playbook for Innovators, Rulebreakers, and Changemakers, by Dave Gray, Sunni Brown, and James Macanufo Moments of Impact: How to Design Strategic Conversations That Accelerate Change, by Chris Ertel and Lisa Kay Solomon Rapid Problem Solving With Post-it Notes, by David Straker   Other Design Thinking 101 Episodes You Might Like Designing Facilitation: a system for creating and leading exceptional events // ALD 006 — DT101 E73   Designing Your Team + Teams in Design Education + Coaching Design Teams with Mary Sherwin and David Sherwin — DT101 E49   Teams, Sprints, Prototyping, and Better Meetings with Douglas Ferguson — DT101 E59

The Total Home Experience
EP 57 || Making custom labels; a love story

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 7:03


Just like love, there are so many ups and downs when making labels. I love how they turn out, but man there are some insanely frustrating moments that makes me question everything.Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
EP 56 || The stress of it all

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 9:56


Here's what I'm going through on 12/18/21.Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

This is HCD - Human Centered Design Podcast
Gerry McGovern 'Earth Experience Design'

This is HCD - Human Centered Design Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 43:18


Welcome to the Doing Design podcast on This is HCD. Hosted by all the the worlds best live design and innovation trainers at This is Doing.com -  For regular listeners you'll know what we do at This is Doing - home of many of the world's best trainers in the spaces of Design Research, Service Design, UX and more. In this episode I speak with the brilliant Gerry McGovern about the story behind his exciting and very much needed course Earth Experience Design - we answer some community based questions about this topic as well as talk about the disassociation of behaviours that persist within the creators of online products and tools.  https://www.thisisdoing.com/courses/earth-experience-design-january-2022 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Total Home Experience
EP 55 || A not so funny, funny thing that happens when organizing for people

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 8:51


I always want to go above and beyond for my clients, that's why I do it. However, it's probably the part I least like doing.Kapro Ruler: https://amzn.to/3Ff9AHyMagnetic stud finder option 1: https://amzn.to/3yBziUfMagnetic stud finder options 2: https://amzn.to/324CufpSay Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Perkins Platform
On Leadership: Navigating an Uncertain Future

The Perkins Platform

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 35:00


Join us on Wednesday, December 15 @ 6pm EST for an informative conversation with Klaus Heesch, discussing his work articulating how leaders might navigate an uncertain future. Klaus is a Brand and Experience Design leader with a successful career in helping brands and businesses thrive. He leverages human-centered design thinking, personal connection, and powerful storytelling to connect the dots across the ecosystem—creating pathways to the adoption of sustainable practices and an equitable future for society. He lives in New York City with his wife and daughter.

The Total Home Experience
EP 54 - My bedtime frustration

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 9:49


I still have a lot of problems to solve in my own home, my bed set up is most definitely one of them, and top of the list. Listen to her more about the issue. Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
EP 53 - Makita SP6000J Tack saw review with POWERTEC 71387 55" Guide Rail

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 12:36


I couldn't be more happy, or excited about getting a track saw. The Makita SP6000J is perfect for what I need, and I'm so excited to make higher quality work with it. Here are more of my thoughts and what I plan to build next with it. Next thing is a 3D printer! Get yours here:Makita track saw: https://amzn.to/3IESOUuPowertec tracks: https://amzn.to/3pV8rhXSay Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

On the Brink with Andi Simon
295: Lisa Perrine—Clever, Creative Ways To Enhance And Amplify Workplace Communications

On the Brink with Andi Simon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 31:32


Learn a new way of thinking for new types of solutions Have you ever really wanted to know how to think about a problem in a new way? Maybe you need to improve your company's communications and conversations. Or your employees' motivation and productivity. Perhaps a Design Thinker could help you step back and objectively observe what the problem is and how you could conceptualize different ways to resolve it. Today I have the pleasure of interviewing Lisa Perrine. We have known each other for quite some time, and I am endlessly amazed at what she brings to our audience. Please listen, learn and share! Watch and listen to our conversation here Using Design Thinking to solve workplace problems in new ways Lisa and her colleagues focus on the human elements of communication: the interplay between workplace culture and communication, how people experience media, and how individuals interact with technology. As an anthropologist, I am particularly interested in the ROI of Design Thinking, in part because Design Thinkers have embraced ethnographic research and bring different types of observational thinking into their designs, much like we do at SAMC in our work with clients. During my interview with Lisa, you will learn a great deal about: Media Synchronicity for Virtual Meetings Psychological Safety in Workplace Teams The ROI of Design Thinking About Lisa Perrine Lisa is an experience designer, communication strategist and CEO of Cibola Systems. She approaches her work with a mixture of curiosity, creativity and the expertise gained from completing over 1000 consulting engagements for clients such as Netflix Los Angeles and London, Pacific Life Insurance Headquarters, Providence St. Joseph Health Donor Experience Design, SAG-AFTRA Los Angeles and New York, Sony Music West Coast Headquarters, TikTok Studio and United Talent Agency Headquarters. In 2013 Lisa successfully defended her dissertation for her doctorate degree in Organizational Leadership from Pepperdine University. She also earned an MBA from Pepperdine and a bachelor's degree in design from California State University, Long Beach. An avid researcher and frequent presenter, Lisa leads courses and workshops on Experience Design, Scenario Planning and Virtual Team Communication. You can connect with Lisa on LinkedIn or her website LisaPerrine.com, or email her at lperrine@cibolasystems.com. Want to find solutions to your most pressing business problems? Start here.  Blog: Innovative Applications of Corporate Anthropology in Business Blog: Need To Change Your Organization's Culture? 6 Best Ways To Do It. Podcast: Maybe You Need Anthropology To See Yourself In New Ways Additional resources for you My best-selling new book: "Rethink: Smashing The Myths of Women in Business" My award-winning first book: "On the Brink: A Fresh Lens to Take Your Business to New Heights" Simon Associates Management Consultants website  

The Total Home Experience
EP 51 || Being home without being home || With Sarah Ramsey

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 36:11


Sarah and I talk about her life living in Tennessee and her favorite product, the nest cameras. But she uses them in a very unique way. Sarah K Ramsey is a Toxic Relationship Specialist and the world's leading expert on how to become Toxic Person Proof. She is best selling author of the book Becoming Toxic Person Proof and host of a globally-acclaimed podcast. She works with women who have experienced toxic relationships and who remain stuck in a cycle of pain and confusion transform their minds and lives by taking back their power, recreating a life they are excited about living and bringing renewed energy, clarity, and excellence into establishing careers and relationships they love. Find her website here: www.sarahkramsey.comSay Hello to me here: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
EP 50 || Where to start when organizing your home

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 7:28


Getting started is often the hardest part when organizing your home. Here are some quick tips on where to begin. Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
49 || Organizing files on your computer - why it's so important

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 15:43


We live in the digital age, it's cool, but it sure is messy. That's why it's key to keep your file organized. This took me years to get right, and I'm still improving my process, but I appreciate my past self for making it easy for my present self to find what I need when I need it inside my computer.Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
48 || My Friend Ross

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 13:14


This guy is one of a kind. Ladies, he's single, and you should all be fighting over him. But I feel lucky to have met someone in their prime right before they go to the highest level possible. Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
EP 47 || Emotional hot spots || With Daniel Tolson

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 53:19


In this great episode with Daniel we talk about what some of the cultural differences of living in Taiwan are. How everyone there uses a Feng Shui Master and why it's important to be intentional about where the hotspots in you home are going to be. To learn more about hotspots listen until the end of the show.Daniel Tolson is an internationally known business coach. He helped more than 15,000 businesses to catapult their influence, accelerate their impact and unleash new income levels.--------Reach him at: www.https://danieltolson.com/And his facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/acceleratemultiply-------Say Hello to me!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

Talaterra
Brad McLain, Professional Identity of Informal Science Educators

Talaterra

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 43:18


Dr. Brad McLain is a social scientist interested in the nature and psychology of identity development, learning, and leadership.He is the Director of the Center for STEM Learning at the University of Colorado Boulder, and a Senior Researcher and Director of Corporate Research at the National Center for Women in Information Technology,I reached out to Dr. McLain after reading a chapter he wrote about identity construction in informal science educators.In this episode, we discuss identity theory. We discuss what informal science educators have in common with independent environmental education professionals, Dr. McLain's work as chair of Dr. Jane Goodall's US Roots & Shoots program, and his current research dedicated to the design of transformative experiences.What is identity theory?How do transformative experiences work?Let's find out. LINKSPreparing Informal Science Educators (Book)Informal Science Educator Identity ConstructionInspire Me: Dr. Brad McLain at TEDx LincolnCenter for STEM Learning, University of Colorado BoulderNational Center for Women and Information TechnologyRoots and ShootsDavid Whyte, Poet 

The Total Home Experience
EP 45 || Living with dogs || how to make it more effiecent

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 7:15


We love to cuddle with them, but don't love all the hair. Here's some ways to love the part of living with dogs more by fixing the parts you don't love as much. Products mentioned: Auto Feeder: https://amzn.to/3E2crD7https://amzn.to/3xvnL8FDog door:https://amzn.to/3E4iBmvDog beds:https://amzn.to/3CWdfIFhttps://amzn.to/3cZSK2ZSay Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
EP 44 || My friends Chad and Shawn owners of For The People in Phoenix AZ

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 8:09


I'm so lucky to have me these two great guys. I love them, I love their store, I love their coffee shop. Meet Chad and Shawn of For The People Connect with them:https://www.instagram.com/shopforthepeople/www.forthepeople.comSay Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
EP 43 || Extension cord and surge protectors, why they are great, and why they suck

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 11:21


We gotta charge shit. Nothing you can do about it, devices need power and power needs a plug. So here's my rant on the amazing, yet terrible surge protectors.Some options I recommend:The one I use: https://amzn.to/311SCOpOne with usb c: https://amzn.to/3o1mGSXswivel ports: https://amzn.to/3rgHtnmhttps://amzn.to/3o1myCUhttps://amzn.to/3E4hOlxSay Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
EP 42 || Living with other people - organizing communcation

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 8:49


To run a great house there must be great communication. And like anything else, it has to be organized... or planned. Here are some thoughts on how to go about doing that!Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

People Business w/ O'Brien McMahon
The Future of Work w/ Claire Haidar

People Business w/ O'Brien McMahon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 72:10


Claire Haidar is CEO and Founder of WNDYR and  Pattyrn, two companies focused on shaping the world of work. Through AI-driven data analysis of how and where teams work, Pattyrn is transforming organizations to work in ways that were inconceivable a mere few years ago. Claire has dedicated her career to rebuilding the workplace and reshaping the future of work across the globe. Mentioned in this Episode:The Nature Fix by Florence Williams Principles by Ray Dalio The Way of the Warrior Kid by Jocko Willink Time Codes:(2:50) - Where does your obsession with the future of work come from?(5:45) - What is the same about work around the world and what is different?(8:26) - How is work different in a rail city versus a driving city?(12:23) - How easy is it to unplug from physical work versus thought work?(16:31) - Using data on nature and mental health when creating workspaces?(20:27) - What is the difference between focusing on the future of work and being a Futurist?(23:07) - Pitching WNDYR and PATTYRN.(27:22) - Is WNDYR tech-based or human workflow-based?(29:52) - Where do you start with new clients when thinking about the future of their work?(36:34) - Design Thinking.(43:45) - Defining the employee experience.(49:06) - The #1 problem for HR Leaders today.(57:09) - Embracing risk as an HR leader. (58:02) - How Claire is using PATTYRN to identify leadership and management improvements.(1:02:40) - Using data to battle burnout.(1:06:30) - Is there a correlation between people who switch tasks less often and their productivity or happiness?(1:09:17) - What is the purpose of business?

Untitled Themed Entertainment Design Show

It's IAAPA Recap WEEK! We're joined by first timer Anna Kraus from TETV's The Wendy & Cynthia Show, and Monai Rooney, from Big Break Foundation who recap their IAAPA experience.

The Total Home Experience
EP 41 || Nothing's changed, Kids Rooms are the same as when I was a kid

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 5:05


I'm just being nostalgic in this one. Reminiscing about the good ole days being a kid with no cares in the world except how many pogs I won or collected that day. But I'm so pissed I lost all my Pokémon cards, I might be a millionaire right now had they not disappeared. Oh well. But this is why I love organizing kids rooms.Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
EP 40 || I hate cutting my hair and shaving, but I think I've found the solution!

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 8:12


I know most of us do, but most people hire someone else to do it, I don't. I do it at home, and have to deal with the mess, but the issue I'm trying to solve is also a problem when I get a hair cut in nail salons. Here's my solution. Say Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

The Total Home Experience
EP 38 || A place to squeeze out your ideas || Review of Home Depot and Lowes 4x8 whiteboard sheets

The Total Home Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 5:25


These whiteboards are really awesome especially for the price and size you get. There's so much possibility with them. Both Home Depot and Lowes have them. Home Depot: https://www.homedepot.com/p/EUCATILE-1-8-in-x-96-in-x-48-in-White-Hardboard-Thrifty-HDF-Tile-Board-10048616/311314579Lowes: Doesn't have online link but it's available instore for sure.Amazon: IF you do want a nice glass one that looks great: https://amzn.to/3HLghmASay Hello!: jp@reliefkey.cowww.instagram.com/reliefkeywww.instagram.com/jpthinkswww.reliefkey.co

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast
Brandon Carwile, Regional Director of Experience Design at IU Health

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 13:06


This episode features Brandon Carwile, Regional Director of Experience Design at IU Health. Here, he discusses experience design and what it means, staying focused on the patient, the importance of asking for patient feedback, and more.

Catching the Next Wave
S10.E8. Mat Deurden. How to Become a Transformer?

Catching the Next Wave

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 62:40


Have you ever thought about whether for an experience to be memorable does it have to always be extraordinary or is ordinary also an option? This is one of the rabbit holes we visit together with our guest Mat Deurden, an Associate Professor of Experience Design and Management in the Marriott School of Business at Brigham Young University. We unpack a transformative process as tripping over the truth you never realized. We discuss the difference between a transformation that is a small “t” versus capital “T” transformation, dig into the role of storytelling in the process of transformation, and much more.LINKS“Designing Experiences” by J. Robert Rossman, Mathew D. Duerden“Orbiting the giant hairball” by Gordon Mackenzie“Think Again” by Adam Grant“Wonder switch” by Harris III“The power of moments” by Chip Heath, Dan Heath“Invisible Women” by Caroline Criado Perez

Experience by Design
Education, Language, and Meaningful Experience Design

Experience by Design

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 66:29


Meaning is a key element of designing experiences. At the same time, a major challenge is to understand how people construct and achieve meaning not just personally, but shared with others. How we create meaning through language has long been a philosophical question drawing sharp arguments around a fundamental feature of our lives. Max Louwerse's book “Keeping those Words in Mind: How Language Creates Meaning” explores how we make meaning through language in terms that anyone can understand. Based on his own cutting-edge research, Max helps us explore how words work in the mind, how people create meaning, and what it means for experience design.We also discuss efforts at creating transformative learning experiences through pedagogical technology. From augmented reality, to virtual reality, to “CAVES”, to artificial intelligence, and to not giving tests, Max talks about his work pushing the boundaries of how students learn. We engage in a critical examination of the educational system, some of the biggest challenges in higher education, and how technology is meant to enhance and supplement rather than replace. 

workshops work
137 - Creating space for connection with Jonathan Hefter (Part 2)

workshops work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 39:28


Circles are everywhere: in nature, our biology, our art. There's something sacred and special about them. So what happens when we introduce them to our facilitation practice?This week, I dive into ‘circle' facilitation with Jonathan Hefter, the Head of Experience Design, Facilitation, & Training at Circl.es.We start by setting a mutual understanding of great facilitation; before diving into the complexities of holding judgements, learning to listen and centre others, and the physical and metaphysical power of gathering in circles; before coming full circle to the tools and tricks great facilitators can use to explore circle workshops.We cover a lot of deep and challenging topics, but Jonathan has a way with words that makes the entire conversation feel easy and accessible. It's no wonder he's finding so much success with Circl.es!Find out about: ●       Defining facilitation and what best practice looks like in circle workshops●       What it means to measure and balance energy and flow in a workshop●       How to help participants own their experiences rather than framing their best-guesses as informed advice●       Why circles – as a physical arrangement and a facilitation practice – can be so effective at unlocking deep connection and conversation●       The impact technology can have on our conversations without us realising●       What the difference is between vulnerability and openness Don't miss the next show: Subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player. Click here to download the free 1-page summary.And if the idea of NeverDoneBefore 2021, the community of facilitators, caught your attention; click here to explore it in more detail!A huge thank you must go to SessionLab, the sponsor of Workshops Work. Claim your free two months of SessionLab Pro now – this deal is exclusive to Workshops Work listeners!Questions and Answers[Part 2][00:54] What is it about the circle that facilitates deeper trust, connection, and conversation?[05:26] Can you speak to the power of the literal physical arrangement of the circle, as well as the method?[07:54] How can technology impact our conversations – intentionally and unintentionally?[09:27] What's the online equivalent of changing the temperature or lighting in a room?[11:20] How do you use music and video to create the atmosphere you want?[15:57] Can you explain this ‘U-shaped agenda' in more detail?[21:54] Planning how to start a session in the right way.[23:32] Pulling apart vulnerability and openness and understanding their differences.[27:14] Do you reflect on your own work with the same compassion and curiosity you ask of your participants?[29:01] What makes a workshop fail?[33:08] What exercise would you recommend to someone who wants to try circle conversations?[33:57] And what makes a good prompt?[37:58] What is the one thing you would like listeners to take away from this episode?LinksVideo Platform Circl.es 

GGUTTalks
Dissolving The Sweet Spot Between Psychoanalysis and Design | EP4.S2 with Arash Golnam

GGUTTalks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 46:33


workshops work
137 - Creating space for connection with Jonathan Hefter (Part 1)

workshops work

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 38:55


Circles are everywhere: in nature, our biology, our art. There's something sacred and special about them. So what happens when we introduce them to our facilitation practice?This week, I dive into ‘circle' facilitation with Jonathan Hefter, the Head of Experience Design, Facilitation, & Training at Circl.es.We start by setting a mutual understanding of great facilitation; before diving into the complexities of holding judgements, learning to listen and centre others, and the physical and metaphysical power of gathering in circles; before coming full circle to the tools and tricks great facilitators can use to explore circle workshops.We cover a lot of deep and challenging topics, but Jonathan has a way with words that makes the entire conversation feel easy and accessible. It's no wonder he's finding so much success with Circl.es!Find out about:●       Defining facilitation and what best practice looks like in circle workshops●       What it means to measure and balance energy and flow in a workshop●       How to help participants own their experiences rather than framing their best-guesses as informed advice●       Why circles – as a physical arrangement and a facilitation practice – can be so effective at unlocking deep connection and conversation●       The impact technology can have on our conversations without us realising●       What the difference is between vulnerability and openness Don't miss the next show: Subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player. Click here to download the free 1-page summary.And if the idea of NeverDoneBefore 2021, the community of facilitators, caught your attention; click here to explore it in more detail!A huge thank you must go to SessionLab, the sponsor of Workshops Work. Claim your free two months of SessionLab Pro now – this deal is exclusive to Workshops Work listeners!Questions and Answers[Part 1][01:14] When did you start calling yourself a facilitator?[02:11] What's the difference between a facilitator, a moderator, a consultant, and a guide?[06:29] What are the key skills that make a good facilitator?[08:29] How do you distinguish “energy” and “flow”?[16:45] How can we work on ourselves to avoid judging the group for, say, a lack of creativity?[21:45] Why people struggle to take the risk of making conversations not about themselves.[26:08] How can we address and reframe unwarranted advice-giving?[30:20] What was it about your first wilderness experience that changed you as a listener?[33:17] Learning to step out of thinking there are ‘right' and ‘wrong' things to share.LinksVideo Platform Circl.es 

Culture Factor 2.0
Candice Faktor: Helping you Transform your IP into a Learning Experience

Culture Factor 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 38:08


What is UX?
S3E10 Interview with Caitlin Steele, Experience Design Manager at Trello Mobile, Atlassian, Design Manager at lululemon, Designer at MasterClass

What is UX?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 50:20


Caitlin Steele is a user-centered design and engineering expert focused on design operations.As a founding team member at MasterClass, she helped take the startup from an idea through Series C on the way to being a multi-billion-dollar company. Currently, she enables design and engineering teams to deliver exceptional native mobile experiences for Trello.In this episode, we talked about:How Caitlin got into designWhy did she choose UX in particular?Helping people with mobilityEarly days at MasterClassCaitlin cites some of the cool design insights she had at MasterClassWorking at LululemonTips for designing on mobileAnd MUCH MORE!Links and Resources:https://twitter.com/jargoonco https://www.linkedin.com/in/caitlinrsteele/ 

Experience by Design
Privacy that Delights with Ben Brook

Experience by Design

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 55:59


When looking at American culture, you can see how security minded it is. Home security systems. Car security systems. Gun ownership for protection. Locking your doors. It is a society that in many ways does not trust its own environment. At the same, we have in many ways given up pretending that we have digital privacy and security. News reports of security breaches, stolen passwords, hacking, and cybercrime all create the sense that resistance is futile. Our guest today is looking to change that by making data privacy a human right. Ben Brook went to Harvard with aspirations of studying film. Soon after arriving, he turned his attention to books on the future of AI and computer science. This led to his co-creation of Transcend, a company that aims to make managing your data and privacy an easier and seamless experience.  We talk about how cleaning up someone's data is like throwing confetti into a ceiling fan, and how Transcend helps companies and consumers clean up that mess. Transcend also helps companies be who they wish they were but helping earn their customers' trust in how they manage customer data. Inspired by regulations like GDPR and California's CCPA, Transcend aims to educate end-users and give them increased control over their personal data as an enjoyable experience. 

The Futur with Chris Do
157 - What is experience design? — with David Schwarz

The Futur with Chris Do

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 66:22


David Schwarz is an award-winning creative leader and one of the founding partners of acclaimed experience design agency, Hush. He's spent his career designing brand experiences that integrate content, interactivity, architecture and technology. But what is experience design? It depends on where you are and who you ask. From where David stands experience design is about creating an immersive, three-dimensional, sensory experience in the real world. And affecting how you and I feel as we move through it. In this episode, David shares how his agency approaches designing these unique experiences and the impending blur between the physical world and the digital world. Sponsored by BetterHelp - https://betterhelp.com/futur Sponsored by Skillshare - https://skillshare.com/futur Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

'The Mo Show' Podcast
Khalid Al-Muawad | The Mo Show 33 (Experience Design)

'The Mo Show' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2021 38:27


Khalid is the CEO and Co-Founder of Midwam, a Jeddah-based immersive experience design company that transforms spaces into pop ups, virtual, and permanent experiences related to sports, culture, heritage, arts, and tourism.

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
1690: Technology and Customer Experience Design

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 38:54


Jesus Ramirez is a mission-driven leader, an innovator, and a humble, life-long learner. In his career, he has helped build and lead several technology-driven products, teams, and companies in the education, healthcare, and labor industries. He is VP of Strategy & Innovation at Tallwave, where he helps companies create exceptional customer experiences. Recently, Tallwave surveyed 1000+ individuals aged 24-65+ about their perceptions, behaviors, and customer experiences before and during the pandemic. The data revealed that consumers want a choice for how they can interact with a brand, making retail hybrid experiences more critical than ever. The report highlights the most influential components of customer experience, satisfaction, and loyalty and how organizations can transform experiences for a digital-first, hybrid, and hyper-personalized world. In addition, we discuss how the digital shifts we have experienced over the past year have affected consumer behaviors and tech adoption and how brands can enhance their hybrid customer experiences.

Design Better Podcast
Ford's Sandy Fershee: Driving innovation with human-centered design

Design Better Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 38:25


The most innovative electric car announced in 2021 was not a Tesla, but a Ford. The new Ford F-150 Lightning, a fully electric version of the best-selling vehicle in America for the past 30 years, is the culmination of thorough user research and fresh thinking on a familiar product. We were curious to learn how design and innovation are playing a role in Ford's transformation, so we're excited to bring Sandy Fershee, lab director at D-Ford Detroit, on to the show.  Sandy talks about her role at D-Ford, and we also discuss the challenges of doing research & development in a large organization, how her team shares their design and innovation tools with the whole company, and how they approach design at the intersection of hardware and software. Bio   Sandy Fershee leads a human-centered design team at At D-Ford Detroit, pushing the edge of Ford's future strategies. They design new products, services, and ventures that customers love and drive business profitability. Prior to this role, Sandy was the global leader of Experience Design at Ford, transforming Ford's ways of working through human-centered design and creating new possibilities for future customer and business value. Sandy was also Managing Director at the agency Punchcut, and Design Manager at Motorola.

Agile Coaches' Corner
Technical Excellence Enhancing Agility with Seth Jacobs

Agile Coaches' Corner

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 26:44


This week, Dan Neumann is joined by a first-time guest on the podcast, Seth Jacobs. He is a Sr. Director of Experience Design at  AgileThought.   In this episode, Seth talks about technical excellence, from a design language and design system pattern to help the audience understand how these systems and patterns can be started and used, as well as the implications of evolving them over time.   Key Takeaways What is a Director of an Experience Practice? The role of an experienced practice director is to approach design from an architectural level, how the design teams work together, as well as contemplating what has been delivered. A Director of an Experience Practice supports teamwork.   Where are some of the places where technical excellence really pays off from an agility standpoint? Documentation has a huge role on the technical side, how they are taking them and how they are being shared among the team. The Storybook is a way of having the collection of components or controls that are used in an application, that becomes a visual library for everyone across the teams to use.   How is standardization balanced to avoid getting stuck? The design system is really the collection of several different things including a component library, and how all these components are arranged into patterns. The benefits of the design system are clear when all teams have a shared understanding of what patterns need to be implemented in which cases.   How is the feedback received from people who are working from the design patterns in order for them to continue to evolve? It depends on the size of the teams and how they are structured. Agile Thought counts with a core team that works with the designers and through the design thinking process, to then feed these processes on the other teams.   Why are the elements of a design system so valuable? How do they pay off? One of the biggest payoffs is for the users. It makes sure that consistency is being preserved. Seth talks about different design language tools.   How should organizations react to changes? Go back to the original user's journeys and the goals of the user to see what kind of potentially systemic effects that change could have. Remember, the most important thing is how much value you can bring to the business or the user.   Mentioned in this Episode: Learn more about Seth Jacobs   Want to Learn More or Get in Touch? Visit the website and catch up with all the episodes on AgileThought.com! Email your thoughts or suggestions to Podcast@AgileThought.com or Tweet @AgileThought using #AgileThoughtPodcast!

(in-person, virtual & hybrid) Events: demystified
41: Experience Design for Virtual & Hybrid Events ft John Pistotti (Endless Events)

(in-person, virtual & hybrid) Events: demystified

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 40:34


This is “Events: demystified” brought to you by Tree-Fan Events with your host, Anca. While the work of a good planner is to make sure the event goes off without a hitch, the work of great event designers is to make that event memorable by allowing the creative juices to start flowing freely in order to create the feel, look, and atmosphere that not only matches the brand or the cause but also impresses attendees and leaves them with a positive memory long after the event is over. With that thought in mind, join me for a fun conversation around experience design solutions for virtual and hybrid events with experience architect, John Pistotti of Endless Events. A few fun facts about John: - his first job was as banquet staff for parties at the Playboy Mansion, LA - he worked as a sushi chef, - he was also an adventure guide leading trips up Half Dome in Yosemite, midnight snowshoeing in Lake Tahoe, and mountain biking in Santa Cruz. We will be streaming LIVE a video extended version of this episode on Friday (July 23rd) at 9am PT/10am MT/12pm ET on LinkedIn, Facebook and Youtube. https://youtu.be/M6hTmmuWJqQ ————————— You can find John here: www.linkedin.com/in/johnpistotti www.twitter.com/johnpistotti ————————— For event and podcast updates, tips, and tricks of the trades, follow us on these social channels: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eventsdemystifiedpodcast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/eventsdemystified Podcast Website: https://eventsdemystified.com ————————— Tree-Fan Events offers Hybrid Event Production Services: https://treefanevents.com/hybrid-event-services/ ————————— If you like our podcast, please show us some love by subscribing to this podcast on your favorite listening platform and following us on Instagram. By leaving a great review and hitting the 5 stars, you make this Podcast visible to other listeners with the same interests as you. Until next time! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eventsdemystified/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eventsdemystified/support

Burning Man LIVE
Turn Your Life Into Art With Caveat Magister

Burning Man LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 47:42


You'll laugh. You'll cry. You'll philosophize.Stuart and Andie take a wild ride with Caveat Magister. They discuss how to transform daily life with psychomagical experiences. They illustrate the power of art, ritual and play, and the magic of love. They reveal the secret sauce of Black Rock City, and the triumphs and failures of experience design. They explain engineered disperfection, miracles without religion, and nightlife as a spiritual pursuit. And everything else. Caveat is one of the few who comprise the Philosophical Center of Burning Man Project. For a dozen years he has been a people-person at BRC's Media Mecca, then the lead writer for Burning Man's education program, then the author of a book about Burning Man culture. His new book is a deeper cut on the phenomenon: “Turn Your Life Into Art: Lessons in Psychomagic from the San Francisco Underground.”journal.burningman.org/author/cmagisterfascinatingstranger.comThe Scene That Became Cities: What Burning Man Philosophy Can Teach Us About Building Better Communitiestwitter.com/BenjaminWachs