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The Storyboard: Conversations about Usability and UX

In The Storyboard, we talk with UX and usability experts and practitioners. If you’re wondering what your peers are working on, the challenges they’re facing, and what the best practices for UX success are, this podcast is for you.
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Nov 28, 2016

Dave Broschinsky, UX Principal at LANDesk, talks about the foundational aspects of prototyping — why it’s important, how you explain what it is, what kinds of prototypes you use in a project and when, how to share what you learn from the prototypes, when to bring developers into the process, and a lot more.

Nov 17, 2016

The Storyboard talks with two people — Charles from the UX world, and Mike from product management — at Instec, a company that develops custom software for insurance companies. The way they work together is a great case study in using prototyping, user stories, and getting the whole company involved with the product for a competitive advantage. Whether you’re in UX or product management, there’s a lot you can learn from this chat.

Nov 6, 2016

Dave Broschinsky, Global Director of UX at LANDesk, talks about why empathy and trust are foundational to great UX design — and why, after talking with hundreds of customers, he still thinks it’s sometimes necessary to meet face-to-face.

Nov 6, 2016

Eric Reiss, the author of the book Usable Usability: Simple Steps for Making Stuff Better (get a free copy at infragistics.com/uxbook) talks about how focusing on the principles of being Visible, Understandable, Logical, Consistent, and Predictable can make good designs great. 

 

Nov 4, 2016

Eric is the author of the book Usable Usability: Simple Steps for Making Stuff Better (get a free copy at infragistics.com/uxbook). In this podcast, we talk about the 5 principles for ease of use in software: Functional, Responsive, Ergonomic, Convenient, and Foolproof. 

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