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About UXpeditious: A UserZoom Podcast
UXpeditious brings you quick, insightful interviews with design, product, and UX leaders. Hosted by industry experts, Alfonso de la Nuez (UserZoom co-founder) and Dana Bishop (UserZoom VP of Strategic Research Partners), each 15-minute episode is packed with smart insights and ideas, from the greatest thinkers, leaders, and executives, across the digital experience industry.
Introducing UXpeditious: A Podcast from UserZoom
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Episode 1: What will UX look like in 2050? - Jakob Nielsen, Co-Founder, NN/g
Jakob Nielsen takes us on a journey into the history of UX from the past, the present, to the beyond--offering predictions of what UX will look like in 2050. Last year, Nielsen gave a keynote speech titled UX 2050; sharing fascinating predictions about what the UX profession might look like in just a few decades. Nielsen predicts growth from the current 1.5 million UX professionals to a monumental 100 million over the next 30 years. We dig into that prediction and what it means for innovation, research, and the world economy.
Episode 2: Incorporating diversity and inclusion in UX research - Temitayo Olasimbo, Research Operations Manager, Best Buy
Temitayo Olasimbo is instrumental in advocating for measured Inclusion and Diversity goals with Best Buy's research platforms, as well as leading the work on exploring inclusive terminology to implement in Best Buy's I&D roadmap. In this episode, we talk with Temmy about doing the good and difficult work of DE&I and how it impacts research and larger strategy design and business decisions.
Episode 3: How to measure ‘simple’ in user experience - Kevin Newton, Manager of UX Research Practice, LinkedIn
Kevin Newton is the Manager of UX Research Practice at LinkedIn; in this episode, he shares insights on how he’s scaling a research team at a large and growing company. His team is also working on a unique effort to quantify what it means to have a “simple” user experience, and its relationship to LinkedIn's metrics and revenue.
Susana La Luz-Hawkins is the Research Department Director of Design & Customer Experience at J.P. Morgan Chase. Susana gave a talk at the Epic Conference 2015 titled “The Missing Tool in the Design Leadership Toolbox: Integrating Conflict Management into Collaborative Design.” As design and UX teams continue to grow, managing conflict might be even more critical today, and in this episode, Susana shares some best practices for managing conflict.
Christian Rohrer, Vice President of Experience Design at TD Bank shares his expertise in UX measurement, specifically the PURE Method. Pure stands for Pragmatic Usability Rating by Experts and is a usability-evaluation method that attempts to quantify how difficult a product is to use and provides qualitative insights into how to fix it, without costing a lot of time or money.
Andrew Schall is the Senior Director of Experience Design Research at Mayo Clinic, where he’s working with his team to create the next generation of healthcare technology. He has over 20 years of professional experience in user experience with an expertise in eye tracking. This episode we hear how and when a UX Researcher could use eye tracking technology.
In this episode, we talk with Beverly May, VP of Research and Design at Allstate about her efforts leading a large design platforming initiative. And we hit on a hot topic in our industry: CX. Hear how Beverly is defining customer experience and how it’s helping to deliver insights at scale.
Alec Levin is the Co-Founder and CEO of Learners, a community that provides professional education to UX Researchers, designers, and product managers. In this episode, we hear about the value of engaging in a multidisciplinary community and why in order to be a strategic researcher, it’s necessary to understand the economics of business.
Monal Chokshi is the Senior Director, Head of Research & Insights at Dropbox. She has built and led UX teams for over 10 years, including those at Lyft, Intuit, and SoundCloud. On this episode, she reflects back on some of her past talks about leadership and shares ways researchers can build a team from the ground up as well as elevating research teams that already exist.