With over 15 years of experience, Margot Dear is definitely someone to pay attention to. She radiates beams of wisdom and kindness, applies hard work and intuition to her strategy and process all while she mentors the UX community. In this episode hosts Lara Fedoroff and Chris Chandler talk with ...
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Content as Conversation

Ginny Redish is a world-renowned specialist in plain language, writing for the web and user experience (UX) research and design. She set up one of the first independent usability test laboratories in North America and is the author of Letting Go of the Words—Writing Web Content that Works. In this ...
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Optimize for Joy

You might know of Christina Wodtke from her best-selling book, Information Architecture:  Blueprints for the Web. She’s spoken on the topic of the human experience in information spaces at conferences worldwide, currently consults and teaches at Stanford and California College of the Arts. She’ ...
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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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How to Design Contextual Research

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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We are sure glad that Peter happened upon the book, Careers in Library Science, one day whilst wondering around a library. This podcast walks through how he got started in Information Architecture and began to create a connection between the physical organization of library information and the onlin ...
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