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Welcome to Design Huddle. This podcast is for everyone looking to shakeup their workflow and become a more effective UX Designer. Each week Ryan Warrender and Mustafa Kurtuldu create jam-packed episodes with expert insights on user experience, digital product strategy, and the latest tech trends across the web. You'll come for the UX tips, but you'll stay for the storytelling. Opinions expressed are solely our own and do not express the views or opinions of our employer.
 
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In this episode Ryan and Mustafa review the winners of the awwwards.com website. Awwwards.com, as the name suggests, awards the talent and effort of the best web designers, developers and agencies in the world. The sites we looked are; https://www.waxpoetics.com/ https://www.pola.com/wecaremore/ https://flipaclip.com/…
 
In this Episode, we speak to Liam Spradlin, a designer on Google's Material Design System, Speaker, author, and host of the famous Design Notes Podcast. We spoke about designing a design system, the difference between Android and iOS, and how he went about designing several typefaces. Design Notes: https://designnotes.fm/Liams Typefaces: https://ia…
 
In this episode Mustafa takes us through the history of branding, which he has written about on his blog. The term branding comes from the Old Norse “Brandr” which means to burn. Cattle, slaves, timber and crockery were burnt or branded with the markings or symbols of the owner using a hot iron rod. The concept of branding was essentially to depict…
 
In this episode, Mustafa & Ryan talk about Zoom Fatigue, a condition that Stanford researchers have discovered that makes people feel tired due to the overuse of popular video chat platforms during the COVID-19 pandemic. We talk about tips you can use to mitigate tiredness.We also discuss Nike reveals hands-free GO FlyEase trainer, the laceless sne…
 
In today’s episode we have a special guest Ioana Teleanu the UX expert behind the instagram account @UXGoodies, which has over 210k followers.. Ioana is a senior UX Designer with a super impressive design background working in RPA, Healthcare, Financial Services and Banking. She is a phenomenal mentor and educator. She is also the cohost of Honest …
 
In this episode Ryan 'The War Ender' Warrender and Mustafa 'The One Who Escaped' Kurtuldu discover our origins (or rapper names), origins of the web, and how we got started in tech. We take a look at Input Magazine's data visualization of the web and how they present the design in a slideshow design, factual design, and accessibility. From there we…
 
In this episode, Mustafa & Ryan discuss UX best practices with writing. We discuss how users read websites, the two types of readers, Scanners and Methodical, and how you can design your website to improves its readability.We also talk about User Fudged Experiences, which are observations of users who do weird and wacky things with your products, w…
 
In this episode, we are speaking to Brendan Kearns, a designer who has worked at Twitter, InVision, and Google. He has recently set up his agency and now works with clients from Europe to Silicon Valley. We discuss how he started as a Business Major at college, transitioned to agency life, and ended up in Silicon Valley. Brendan gives great advice …
 
The psychology of waiting, loading animations, and FacebookWelcome to Design Huddle, a podcast where two Googlers breakdown what’s new in tech and design. Each week we talk about what’s trending in tech, have some epic interviews, and drop some knowledge on you so you can stay ahead of the robot apocalypse.Mustafa Kurtuldu is a UX lead on install-a…
 
Welcome to Design Huddle, a podcast where two Googlers breakdown what’s new in tech and design. Each week we talk about what’s trending in tech, have some epic interviews, and drop some knowledge on you so you can stay ahead of the robot apocalypse.Mustafa Kurtuldu is a UX lead on install-ability on Chrome and Design Advocate at Google. His skills …
 
Welcome to Design Huddle, a podcast where two UX designers breakdown what’s new in tech and design. Each week we talk about what’s trending in tech, have some epic interviews, and drop some knowledge on you so you can stay ahead of the robot apocalypse. Mustafa Kurtuldu is a UX lead on install-ability on Chrome and Design Advocate at Google. His sk…
 
Welcome to Design Huddle, a podcast where two Googlers breakdown what’s new in tech and design. Each week we talk about what’s trending in tech, have some epic interviews, and drop some knowledge on you so you can stay ahead of the robot apocalypse.New co-host!Mustafa Kurtuldu is a UX lead on install-ability on Chrome and Design Advocate at Google.…
 
In this episode, Ryan and Brandon discuss Nike’s new shoe tech, How AI Dungeon-maker Latitude raises $3.3M to build games with ‘infinite’ story possibilities, and 2021’s Design Trends ★ Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/XEsKbd9 ★
 
In this episode of Design Huddle, Tony Daussat (Creator of the XD Podcast and HiredUX.com )and Brandon Groce talk about happy accidents in the life of creative and entrepreneurs. Tony Daussat shares with us his ups and down, triumphs and failures through his years in the design and tech industry, as well as how he dealt with his losses and turned t…
 
In this episode, we talk with Scott Dasse on what propels young creatives to make major strides in their careers, get hired, grow their skill set and MUCH MORE. Scott Dasse is a principal at Upstatement where he leads the design department and maintains a hands-on approach to the work. His clients have included MIT, Harvard, Bloomberg, NPR, Penguin…
 
Ana Santos is a UX Consultant, coach and educator, who shares with us her journey of working with global brands like Google to become a full time consultant and design educator, and how you can do the same 🔥. Trust me, this is not an episode you want to miss! Ana Santos Website: Ana-Santos.com Social: ➡️ Instagram.com/ux.by.ana. ★ Join the conversa…
 
James Martin shares with us his back story, how he got into branding & logo design, as well as starting his own agency BabyGiant Design Co.-🖥 Find James online:Instagram: https://instagram.com/made.by.james?igshid=1xjd89j8vopjn-Website: https://www.baby-giant.co.uk/-You can find us online here:🖥Website: ALMOST DONE!📲Instagram: https://www.Instagram…
 
User flow is the path taken by a prototypical user on a website or app to complete a task. The user flow takes them from their entry point through a set of steps towards a successful outcome and final action, such as purchasing a product. ★ Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/XEsKbd9 ★…
 
Jeff White, Cofounder @ Kula Partners & Previous UX & Design Professor at NSCAD, shares with us what has propelled designers to create amazing careers for themselves and what the most important thing are to truly focus on in ones early career, whether you decide to go to school, or not. - You can find Jeff White online here: 🖥Website: Kulapartners.…
 
Creative professionals often find themselves in the middle of everything and everyone. Therefore, you should prepare yourself to convince a room full of people that your design is right. Consensus decision making is a creative and dynamic way of reaching an agreement between all members of a group. Instead of simply voting for an item and having th…
 
In this episode John D Saunders shares his journey as a Digital Marketing Strategist with over a decade of experience helping SMBs, non-profits and Fortune 500 companies find success through online marketing. How he’s launched over 250+ websites for small & medium businesses WITHOUT Touching code at his award-winning boutique agency, 5four. In addi…
 
Jacob Cass shares with us how he’s built his business from the ground up, worked with brands such as NINTENDO, NIKE, Red Bull, Disney, Powerade, VitaminWater and how he and you can build a passive income stream as a creative. • Find Jacob Cass On Instagram: https://instagram.com/justcreative. ★ Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/X…
 
Ryan Hayward shares with us how he built his start up PitchProof in 3 days, created FrontRow 2019, one of the largest online design conference for designers, and shares with us a little bit behind the curtain how he does it all. 🔥Ryan’s Social Media: ✅Instagram: - Instagram.com/usepitchproof - Instagram.com/theryanhayward. ★ Join the conversation o…
 
Peter Smart Head of Product at Fantasy.co shares with us: 1. His creative journey to Head of Product @ Fantasy & his challenges 2. How to find a mentor to excel 3. Why Experience will always beat theory 4. How to seek & take hold of job opportunities 5. How being open to change can open a lot of doors in your career 6. The power of being a “curious…
 
Empathy is the ability to fully understand, mirror, then share another person's expressions, needs, and motivations. In UX, empathy enables us to understand not only our users' immediate frustrations, but also their hopes, fears, abilities, limitations, reasoning, and goals. The 3 Whats of User Perspective A good design communicates 3 things: 1) Wh…
 
Adam Romano is a Creative Director at Jam3 in Toronto Canada. - He and his team have the pleasure of working with brands such as Facebook, Google, eBay, Adidas, Postmates. Today, Adam shares his story of becoming creative, his struggles, challenges and how he overcame them, to be where he is today. - Join us in this amazing story of hustle from Ada…
 
Unsung heroes: the best under the radar apps you should check out Instagram: @Ryan.Warrender & @BrandonGroce Support this Podcast: bit.ly/support-designhuddle ★ Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/XEsKbd9 ★ The opinions stated here are our own, not those of our companies.
 
Michael Janda breaks down what is expected from a designer who wants to progress in their career. In this episode, you will learn what skills need to be learned and what to focus on in order to progress from entry-level creative, executive-level creative, and business owner. Join the Design Huddle community and follow us on Instagram at @Ryan.Warre…
 
Anfisa Bogomolova shares her journey from traditional “pixel pusher” to UX Strategist, how teaching makes you a better designer, and the pros and cons of being a Freelancer vs working at a 9-5 job. Join the Design Huddle community and follow us on Instagram at @Ryan.Warrender & @BrandonGroce. Become a supporter of this podcast: bit.ly/support-desig…
 
User Experience, or UX for short, is the term used to describe an innovation process that uses a deep understanding of user needs to help create products and services that provide meaningful experiences to our customers. UX uses a set of design methods to unlock actionable insights that help to define products. It takes these insights to design and…
 
Brandon discusses some common mistakes people make when designers apply for new jobs.Instagram: @Ryan.Warrender & @BrandonGroceSupport this Podcast: bit.ly/support-designhuddle★ Join the conversation on Discord: https://discord.gg/XEsKbd9 ★The opinions stated here are our own, not those of our companies.…
 
On this episode Ryan discusses how to start a podcast, why podcasting is growing, and learnings from starting Design Huddle. Instagram: @Ryan.Warrender & @BrandonGroce Support this Podcast: bit.ly/support-designhuddle The opinions stated here are our own, not those of our companies.
 
In this episode of Design Huddle the mastermind behind UXGoodies on Instagram (Ioana Adriana Teleanu) discusses UX best practices, how to get started, and how to grow your Instagram channel. Featured Guest: Ioana Adriana Teleanu, UXGoodies! Instagram: @Ryan.Warrender & @BrandonGroce Support this Podcast: bit.ly/support-designhuddle Topics: Growing …
 
In this episode we discuss our first jobs, how to kickstart your design career, and how to be more teachable. Jesse Showalter is a full stack designer who focuses on providing thoughtful solutions to user based problems. He specializes in brands, web design, UI and UX design and of course... front-end development. He is one of the most personable a…
 
In this episode Ryan discusses 8 ways to be a more effective project manager. The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals within the given constraints. This information is usually described in project documentation, created at the beginning of the development process. The primary constraints are scope, time, q…
 
In this episode Brandon and Miriam Issac discuss UX careers and prototyping best practices.Let's be friends. Connect with us - @misaac85, @Ryan.Warrender & @BrandonGroce. If you got any value from this podcast share it with a friend or become a supporter: bit.ly/support-designhuddle. The opinions stated here are our own, not those of our companies.…
 
In this podcast we discuss UX Prototyping best practices. A prototype is an early sample, model, or release of a product built to test a concept or process or to act as a thing to be replicated or learned from. It is a term used in a variety of contexts, including semantics, design, electronics, and software programming. There are many kinds of mat…
 
UX writers write the words we read or hear when we use a digital product. Every user needs some help while using a website, an app, or a software. UX writing bridges a gap between the visual layout and the usability, between the product and its users. On this episode we dive into what UX writers actually do and tips on you can be a more effective U…
 
On this episode we talk to Zach Hill about design sprint best practices and how to become a more thoughtful designer. A design sprint is a time-constrained, five-phase process that uses design thinking with the aim of reducing the risk when bringing a new product, service or a feature to the market. Zach is a passionate design centered strategist t…
 
What's the definition of “success” for a product/feature? Sometimes it can be hard to prove the value of your work. It is common to hear things like "user experience is hard to measure" or "how do we know if this design is working". On this episode we discuss some quantitative and qualitative ways to measure UX success. We cover frameworks, questio…
 
The 80/20 rule, also known as the Pareto Principle, states that 80% of results in a system come from 20% of the causes. Its origins stem back to Vilfredo Pareto, an economist who noticed 80% of Italy's land was owned by 20% of the population. The original observation was in connection with population and wealth. Pareto noticed that approximately 80…
 
A UX design process typically follows something similar to a design thinking approach, which consists of five basic phases: Empathize with the users (learning about the audience) Define the problem (identifying the users' needs) Ideate (generating ideas for design). The UX process is an iterative method that helps you to continuously improve and po…
 
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