UIE Podcasts: UX Immersion Edition

Lauren Cramer

March 22nd, 2012

Free Podcasts on Mobile Design & the Agile Process

We’ve grouped all the UX Immersion speaker podcasts in this one post so you don’t have to search for each individual podcast. These 6 fantastic podcasts are full of sage advice and useful tips on 2 separate and important topics: Mobile design and the Agile process.

Hugh Beyer – Getting Started with UX Inside Agile Development

    For those switching to an Agile process, the transition doesn’t always go so smoothly. Suddenly, with things moving so quickly, the role of UX gets lost in the shuffle.

Listen to Hugh’s podcast

Jeff Gothelf – Lean UX: Integrating Design into Agile

    Designers and developers find it frustrating to put so much effort into a project and then not see it ship at the end. Using the Lean UX process, you’re constantly validating your designs, especially early in the process.

Listen to Jeff’s podcast

Dave McFarland – jQuery for Agile Prototyping

    The lack of technology understanding affects its adoption. This is essentially what happened to JavaScript. Its detractors said it wasn’t a real programming language, and it’s capabilities were ignored. Dave McFarland says that doesn’t have to be the case.

Listen to Dave’s podcast

Rachel Hinman – Creating Great Mobile User Experiences

    Mobile is greatly influencing the user experience community. It’s challenging traditional approaches to design. Being a user experience practitioner in this changing environment is a bit scary but makes for an exciting world full of possibility.

Listen to Rachel’s podcast

James Robertson – Innovative Mobile Intranet Design

    Intranet access within enterprises is crucial and accessing it with mobile devices is beneficial. However, the vast amount of pages and content is cumbersome and impractical for a mobile setting. Find out what the few essential things users need when using mobile devices.

Listen to James podcast

Luke Wroblewski – Examining Mobile User Input

    Touch screen devices are commonplace. It’s now expected that your mobile experience work as well as, if not better than, your desktop experience. With faster connection speeds, cameras, GPS, gyroscopes, and accelerometers, we can deliver information to users in new ways.

Listen to Luke’s podcast

See these UX Experts in Person at UX Immersion in Portland, OR, April 23-25.

UX Immersion 2012 - Agile/Mobile

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