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Description

A weekly conversation about design process and culture. Hosted by Marshall Bock and Brian Lovin.

Customer Reviews

Transformational Techies

Brian, Marshall, and their incredibly knowledgeable guests pack nothing but value and great times into each and every episode! Comprised of all the traditional things that make a tech show fabulous (innovation, problem-solving, etc.) coupled with authenticity and insight you won’t find anywhere else. Thanks for putting out such a wonderful show guys - keep up the great work!

Great for new and old designers

The hosts are easy to follow along and incredibly intelligent in their field. The duo provides different perspectives about the design world, staying up to date about the latest news and shares it through their podcast. I enjoy the one cool thing segment at the end and hearing the goofiness of the hosts. They take their work seriously, but not too seriously where it feels like you're sitting in on an British tea party.

My favorite UX podcast

I’m a grad student studying UX. I’ve tried out ~5 UX podcasts so far and this is the best I’ve found. They talk about real products (pros/cons), and useful design tools. The show name is accurate - they give actual details that are useful. As opposed to other UX podcasts that interview industry leaders who don’t really want to disclose their “secrets” and end up making a bunch of not-helpful generic/obvious comments like “it’s important to know your user!” You think? Maybe tells us some tips on HOW to know our users. Unsubscribe those and listen to this instead.

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