A Conversation with Adam Ahmad and Jeff Johnson, Co-Founders, Midwest Interventional Systems
The Medical Alley Podcast, presented by MentorMate
Join us for a conversation with Midwest Interventional Systems co-founders Adam Ahmad and Jeff Johnson as they share about the history of the company with our Frank Jaskulke. The origins of MIS began as a casual conversation between Adam and Jeff, friends of 20 years, and has grown into a successful and fast-growing contract design and manufacturing company.
A Taste of Chocolate - Jeff Johnson, VP of HR - Milton Hershey School
Basketball More Than A Game
Coach Goins & Coach Quick are excited to have on Jeff Johnson, VP of HR from Milton Hershey School. Our conversation covers Daily Life issues, Work place balance and just striving to be a better person!!! You will be blessed!!!
Jeff Johnson - Tips on How to Make Technology Work Better for Older Adults
Boomer Living Senior Living Broadcast
Older adults are often left out of the design process when new technologies are created. This leaves them with a less than optimal experience, and can even be dangerous to their health.Digital technology needs to be designed for everyone, not just young people who grew up with it as part of their daily lives. Technology companies need to include older adults in the design process from the beginning if they want to create products that will really work well for this demographic.Not all older people need help, but some do. Most people go through a period of needing extra support as they age, and many more will be affected by this than we think because life expectancy is increasing rapidly. Many older adults are interested in using new technologies to stay connected with their families and friends or to make it easier for them to manage their finances or get around town independently, but these technologies aren't always designed with seniors' needs in mind. The result is that they can find themselves excluded from the benefits of modern technology – a loss not just for them personally, but also for society at large.Design teams should include older members or hire outside advisors who can give feedback during product development and testing phases so that all users have an equal chance at success using these devices and apps.--------------------Timestamps:[00:00] Pre-intro dialogue from Jeff Johnson[02:33] Friendly get to know you[03:17] Introduction to Jeff Johnson[04:08] Why did you choose to concentrate on the user interface, design, and how did your background in psychology help you pursue this?[06:18] How do you feel about, the way that technology is often not designed to accommodate older adults?[11:16] What are some of the benefits older adults are missing out on because of this disconnect?[12:41] Are there any features in new gadgets and websites that appeal to older adults and have made their lives better?[16:44] Today's technology does not work the same as how people think. There is a mismatch between the way things work and what we think.[18:25] How can technology companies make sure their product services are accessible to older adults?[21:51] Are there circumstances where making a separate offering for older adults makes more sense than trying to design one technology that works across all levels of ability?[24:13] Do you think a shift in the way we view elders in society would help make technology more accessible?[28:45] There are many misconceptions about how older adults use technology and their relationship with it. If you could have everyone understand one thing about the way this relationship works, what would that be?[30:37] What's your favorite aging-related label or classification system that is used at your organization?[33:36] Do you have any other thoughts?[35:43] How do people find you and your book?--------------------Bio:Professor Jeff Johnson is a computer scientist who has been in the field for over 40 years. He has worked as an engineer manager, usability tester, and researcher at multiple companies including Cromemco, Xerox, US West, Hewlett-Packard Labs, and Sun Microsystems.In the late 1980s and early 1990s, he was chair of Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility. He's taught at Stanford University Mills College, and in 2006 and 2013 taught HCI as an Erskine Fellow at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. Since 2004 he has served on the SIGCHI Public Policy Committee. In 2013 he presented to Congress about privacy concerns with Facebook’s Timeline feature.LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeff-johnson-aa63b/Website: https://www.usfca.edu/faculty/jeffrey-johnson
You read that right, we threw the format out the window. On this episode we conduct our first ever interview and it's with Jeff Johnson from WAVE 1 Games. Jeff creates and develops games for the beloved Atari Jaguar. We talk about Jag Zombies, how he got his start in developing games, the process of making games for the Atari Jaguar, and we talk about what releases he has coming up. Could there be a sequel or maybe even a prequel to Jag Zombies? You'll have to tune it to find out! YOUTUBE VERSION: https://youtu.be/WMukBNFBN6c
001 | Aerial Survey Pilot & Sensor Operator | Jeff Johnson
There are all sorts of pilot jobs out there. Flying for an aerial survey company as a pilot and sensor operator is one that most people don't immediately think of when you tell them you are a pilot. Join me as I talk with my friend Jeff about how he went from working in IT to becoming a certified pilot and then flying survey flights in Kansas.
32: Season 3 | Episode 32 | Autumn Fischer, Jeff Johnson, & Logan Dunsmore
Off the Rails Podcast
We are back with Autumn Fischer from Von Hesslar Doctrine, and One Topic podcast and comedians Jeff Johnson co-host of the Who Did It First Podcast, and Logan Dunsmore for our always fun and just a bit off the rails Wednesday show! We talk about birds and unfortunate pet experiences among many other things. Check out some great hot sauce at https://hoffandpepper.com/ and use onetopic15 at the checkout for a discount Video: https://youtu.be/NWIXjmnqdDw
31: Season 3 Episode 31 | Autumn Fischer, Jeff Johnson, & Logan Dunsmore
Off the Rails Podcast
Our friend Linguist, impressionist, you can find her on The Von Hesslar Doctrine, and her podcast One Topic, my mentor Autumn Fischer. We are also joined by Jeff Johnson. Jeff is the co-host of the Who Did It First Podcast. He's been seen on season 5 of the FX show “You’re The Worst.” He's also been seen in the Amazing Johnathan documentary on Hulu. Jeff won the San Diego satellite of the World Series of Comedy & made the Final 9, out of over 400 entrants, at the national competition in Las Vegas in 2017. In addition to being a comic he is also the director and producer of the Comedy documentary “Bert Kreischer: I Am The Machine” Also joining us in the studio is Milwaukee comedian Logan Dunsmore. But first the HOT SEAT!!!!
"Christian Music" with Jeff Johnson and Roy Salmond
We speak with music producer, podcaster, and writer Roy Salmond along with musician and artist Jeff Johnson. Roy and Jeff have earned their living in the realm of “Christian Music” for decades. They tell us about changes in the industry, about challenges faced in the past and today. We also hear about the importance of friendship in vocational and spiritual endeavour. To find Jeff's work check out his website and YouTube channel. To find Roy's work check out his website.
A Conversation with Jeff Johnson, VP Innovation and Digital Business at Banner Health
COVID-19 is a once-in-a-generation career moment for healthcare professionals. Despite the incredible challenges that continue to reshape the industry, the pandemic has created new opportunities to address aspects of the patient experience that needed to change anyway. Jeff Johnson, who leads digital business at one of the nation’s biggest healthcare systems, joined Greg Kefer for a discussion about how Banner has deployed advanced mobile technology to not only help deal with the overwhelming demand created by the pandemic, but also ensure that patients can get the care for things that are unrelated to coronavirus. Jeff describes specific examples about how Banner has deployed conversational AI to virtualize waiting rooms, streamline COVID-19 vaccinations, and improve the emergency room experience for patients. The pace of innovation has increased significantly and it shows no signs of slowing down. In Jeff’s opinion, a lot of the digital transformation that was accelerated because of COVID-19 will be permanent. High patient satisfaction with new solutions suggests that may be a good thing.