Dorian Taylor has been designing and creating custom information infrastructure since 1999. He says that Infrastructure is all that dull plumbing that makes the world actually function. It's dull because when it's working, it's invisible. Dorian's overall goal is to lower the friction between peop ...
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Eliminating Bad Design

In this episode, you’ll hear about how Jared wrote some of the first personal computer software for office space systems, the backstory of creating his businesses, and some advice for designers just getting started.Welcome to UX-radio, the podcast that generates collaborative discussion about info ...
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Simplifying user experiences when designing digital tools and applications might not be as easy as you think. Giles Colborne has been designing interactive user experiences since the early 1990s and he shares some meaningful insights about making design 'simple'.Welcome to UX Radio, the podcast th ...
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Don Norman wrote Design of Everyday Things in 1988. Now, 25 years later, he revised it. This podcast is a reflection on the many changes that have taken place in the industry in these 25 years -- what has stayed the same and what has changed. And what does Don foresee for the next 25 years: what wi ...
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Welcome to UX Radio, the podcast that generates collaborative discussion about information architecture, user experience, and design.Today's spotlight is on Kendra Shimmell, managing director of Cooper. As an educator and designer, Shimmell is at the forefront of product strategy, design, and busine ...
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In this episode we are pleased to introduce you to Whitney Quesenbery who has contributed impressive value to the field of user experience and research. She's written three books, the last entitled "A Web for Everyone: Designing Accessible User Experiences, with Sarah Horton. this book builds ...
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Curating UX Expertise

This podcast is a special insider view of Louis Rosenfeld.  Lou is the co-founder of Argus Associates, founder of the IA Summit and co-author of the well-known "Polar Bear Book," called Information Architecture for the World Wide Web.Lou is an IA consultant and manages Rosenfeld Media. Now Rosenfel ...
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“Un esprit nouveau souffle aujourd’hui”: there exists a new spirit (in information architecture that is). In this episode Andrea Resmini shares with us a new way to think about information architecture (IA) by a different way of framing it that reveals a new angle or a new spirit. He emphasiz ...
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Surviving Design Projects

Dan Brown believes that design work is fraught with conflict. Some is good, moving the project forward, and some is bad, stalling progress. Either way, most designers find themselves ill-equipped to deal with the variety of conflicts that arise. They lack the skills necessary to ensure their conflic ...
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Eric Reiss, CEO of the FatDUX Group, is an expert at communicating with executives about how design can improve return on investment (ROI) . It’s no surprise that Eric's exposure to a variety of industries has helped him build a deep understanding of the tangible value of design. In this interview ...
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