June 3rd, 2009
Back in February we introduced a new podcast series – the Userability Show. We think they’re some of the most entertaining and educational podcasts available on UX.
Since it’s inception, we’ve answered questions ranging from design exploration, career changes from coding to interface design and usability, and the most common UIs that confuse or impede the average user.
Robert Hoekman and I use our wits, humor, and knowledge (it occasionally creeps in) to answer these vexing questions. I know when I get notified about an exciting new episode I want to immediately check it out, however I’m usually too busy to do it at that moment, and then it slips my mind.
I’ve always appreciated receiving a summary on episodes I may have missed, so I thought you might appreciate it too.
Our latest episodes, podcasts 5-8, cover these topics:
- The most important UX activity in a web project
- Why so many basic usability failures are still around
- How a consultant can woo over a design team
- How to deal with link treatments when content display varies
With each podcast there is a place to share your thoughts with us, or you can let us know what you think below.
If you want to hear more of me, you can see me live in Seattle, Denver, or DC at the UIE Roadshow: Secrets Behind Designing Great User Experiences. Use the promotion code SHOW09 and get $75 off the registration price.
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