Fiftyfaces Focus - Inspiring Israeli Women in Tech and Beyond
Miriam Isaac is a freelance UX designer and consultant who works with a range of companies across the US and Israel. She has worked as a graphic, and later web, designer for over 10 years. Miriam has a particular interest in mentoring young women within the religious community who have an interest in entering the design arena and in directing them to where they can learn the skills required. She was born in London and moved to Israel when she was 18 years old.In our candid interview we talk about the obstacles and prejudices Miriam encountered both within her religious community, and later in the Tel Aviv tech world where religious women are in the minority. Miriam talks about the difference between having a job and a career and how, when faced with the challenges mentioned above, she turned to social media in the hope of finding work. There she soon discovered that being a religious woman was no longer an obstacle to getting hired and so was soon able to establish a thriving career online as a leading UX designer. She also discovered a new and supportive community. We discuss how her presence on social media has inspired other religious women to take the leap into the professional world and also the vital role social media plays in terms of offering representation to minorities. In the interview, Miriam offers refreshingly honest advice to women in both the workplace and beyond, and opens up about battling imposter syndrome in the workplace as well as how her views have changed over the course of the Covid-19 lockdown. This podcast series was made possible with the kind support of Elissa Bayer and Avital Eusgeld.
Miriam Isaac, the queen of Ux designing is a well-known personality in the world of Ui/Ux designing. If you are in this field the chances are you already know her. She got interviewed by Instagram when they launch design. She got featured on many other big platforms as well. In this particular episode, we discuss how to be a Ui/Ux designer, how to find clients when you begin, her journey, problems, learnings, and much more. Hope you enjoy his episode and learn something new :)
In this weeks podcast Ian interviews Miriam Isaac, a user experience designer to uncover the process behind the design of digital products. We learn her approach to research, discover her process for wire-framing, prototyping, the UX tools used and more!Show notes: https://logogeek.uk/podcast/ux-design-process Thank you to the sponsor, FreshBooksI’m incredibly thankful to FreshBooks for sponsoring this episode of the Logo Geek Podcast! FreshBooks is an online accounting tool that makes it really easy to create and send invoices, track time and manage your money. You can try it out for yourself with a free 30 day trial.
We have Miriam Isaac with us today. She is a UI/UX designer, an entrepreneur and above all she's very kind, positive and fun person to be around. I got in touch with her via FRONTROW design conference and really liked her approach to creative lifestyle and today, on this episode, we are talking about CREATIVE BLOCK. A major roadblock in our creative careers. Listen to the full episode where we dive deep in to discover the world of Creative block and offer real world solutions to overcome them. You can find her on Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter // Connect with me: https://linktr.ee/blesscreatics
Nodes of Design#8: Interaction Design by Miriam Isaac
Nodes of Design
Hi, everyone hopes you guys are safe and secured. We have Miriam Isaac on today's episode - She is a UX designer and Co-Founder at Hux. She is known for spreading design knowledge across various platforms. She has been Interviewed by @instagram for the @design launch. And Top 18 UX Instagram accounted for the following in 2019. Miriam and I had a great conversation on Interaction Design while Miriam shared her UX process breaking in stage by stage. We had a great chat filled with a lot of laughers in between, some learning so much value and insights thru out the episode. On a concluding note, she shared her favourite reads on UX & Behavioural Sciences. If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge. This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.
#09: Finding Your Tribe, Design Trends & Neumorphism, & All the Giggles with Miriam Isaac.
Drinking with Designers
When an experienced experience designer has a glass of wine before teaching a class all sorts of fun discussion happens followed by lots of giggles. After taking a short break, Kasey is back to interviewing awesome designers around the world while drinking.
Episode 23: Design systems are important! - w. Miriam Isaac (@misaac85)
Who Is It For? | Understanding design
I had the honor of being joined by Miriam Isaac. If you have the slightest interest in UX and UI design, you need to follow and stay up to date with her instagram - https://www.instagram.com/misaac85/ - Miriam has more than 25.000 followers on Instagram. We sat down and had a talk about design systems and how they shape our daily life and how useful they actually can be. Listen along. Follow the podcast on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wiifdesign/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whoisitfor/message
Miriam Isaac is a UX Designer who was at the forefront of responsive and digital mobile design. On today's show, we discuss how to accurately define UX design, Miriam's background, "design twitter" and also the trials and tribulations of collaboration and working in-house. Find Miriam online here: Instagram / Linkedin / Occam's Razor Post Be part of our December gift card giveaway by joining our newsletter! Exclusively for newsletter subscribers! Get two free months of Skillshare and access to over 30,000 classes! https://skl.sh/cfowlerdesign Let me know if you found this episode useful by tagging me in your Instagram story @cfowlerdesign! If you enjoyed today's solo episode please leave us a five star review on iTunes and I'll read them out on the next solo episode! Thank you for supporting the show!
Paper Prototypes: Blessing or a Curse? (w/ Top 8 Women in Tech, Miriam Isaac)
Liftoff by Bottle Rocket
On this week's episode I have Miriam Isaac. She is a Senior Product Designer, also voted one of the top 18 designer instagrams to follow in 2019, voted Top 8 Women in Tech, and has worked for Fortune 200 companies. Our conversation started as a back and forth on instagram when I posted what I call a "Designer Quick Rant" and I...in so many words, said that I thought a particular video of a paper prototype was "an egregious waste of time." Well, Miriam thought otherwise. And I wanted to continue our civil discourse, so here we are today. We also talk about other UX Design related things, so it's not all debate, people! ;)If you want to see the post we refer to, the link is here: https://www.instagram.com/p/BzyKhJ5grDT/Follow Miriam on Instagram, here: https://www.instagram.com/misaac85/Follow Miriam on LinkedIn, here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/miriamisaac/And if you would like to check out the book she references at the end, it's called "Crucial Conversations": https://www.amazon.com/Crucial-Conversations-Talking-Stakes-Second/dp/1469266822-Feel free to stalk 'Experience Design w/ Tony Daussat' on Instagram at @xdpodcast -As always thank you for listening, and if you enjoy what you're hearing, please share with your friends and co-workers :) -If you are feeling EXTRA inspired, I would love for you to check out my Patreon page here: https://patreon.com/xdpodcast#staycurious
Prototyping Best Practices, UX Designer Tips, and Career Advice with Miriam Isaac
Design Huddle - Top Rated UX Design Podcast
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.