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S1E9 Designing Health Care Benefits Administration and Corporate Culture with Justin Dauer, VP of Design at bswift

What is UX?

Justin Dauer is the Vice President of design at the Bswift Company- a CVS Health company. He is also the author of the book "Cultivating a Creative Culture".He is from the lifelong land of Chicago and studied visual communications in the Art Institute of Chicago. While Justin was studying at the university, he decided to study more into the digital landscape. He taught himself how to code by reading a few books and doing web projects to enhance his skill.Because of his never-ending curiosity, he jump-started his successful career as a designer, author, and speaker. In this episode, we talked about:⦁      Unhealthy cultural experiences⦁      How to inform a diverse thought of thinking?⦁      The new day one- establishing human connections⦁      Culture, support, and empathy⦁      The language of business⦁      Not settling for anything less  Get in touch with JustinVisit his website:·       https://www.bswift.com/Justin’s LinkedIn profile:·    https://www.linkedin.com/in/pseudoroom/ Read Justin's books ·       Cultivating a Creative Culture by Justin Dauerhttps://www.amazon.com/Cultivating-Creative-Culture-Justin-Dauer/dp/0692840672

39mins

21 Apr 2021

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Justin Dauer on Creative Culture

Engineering Culture by InfoQ

In this podcast Shane Hastie, Lead Editor for Culture & Methods, spoke to Justin Dauer about his new book Creative Culture – Human centred interaction, design and inspiration.Listen to the podcast for more.Curated transcript and more information on the podcast: https://bit.ly/2Pva0BoFollow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube: @InfoQ Follow us on Instagram: @infoqdotcomStay informed on emerging trends, peer-validated early adoption of technologies, and architectural best practices. Subscribe to The Software Architects’ Newsletter: https://www.infoq.com/software-architects-newsletter/

23mins

7 Aug 2020

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People First: How Empathy Empowers Brand & Product (with Justin Dauer, bswift)

Hustle

Note: We apologize for the audio quality. There was an issue with the microphone.Justin is a multi-faceted, multi-pierced, multi-tattooed designer, author, and speaker. He wrote the book "Cultivating a Creative Culture", is the Vice President of Human-Centered Design and Development at bswift, the founder of The Dead Pixel Society, and a contributor to A List Apart. Justin had some really intuitive viewpoints on culture that were awesome to dig into and it was a pleasure having him on the show. We cover:Working in the healthcare systemWhy he gravitates to roles that aren't tee'd up and ready to goCreative culture and the golden ruleCreative Inspiration WednesdaysHow designers have an advantage in creating a good cultureTransitioning from getting fulfillment from design to getting fulfillment from others' evolutionLeading with actionThe challenges of remote working

48mins

23 Jul 2020

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485: What Key Interview Questions to Ask Your Future Employer With Justin Dauer, bswift [K-Cup DoubleShot]

Time4Coffee Podcast

Justin Dauer is the vice president of human-centered design and development at bswift,  a software as a service company in the healthcare industry. Justin attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he received a B.F.A in visual communications. The post 485: What Key Interview Questions to Ask Your Future Employer With Justin Dauer, bswift [K-Cup DoubleShot] appeared first on Time4Coffee.

9mins

27 Jun 2020

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483: What Good Workplace Culture Looks Like With Justin Dauer, bswift [K-Cup DoubleShot]

Time4Coffee Podcast

Justin Dauer is the vice president of human-centered design and development at bswift,  a software as a service company in the healthcare industry. Justin attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he received a B.F.A in visual communications. The post 483: What Good Workplace Culture Looks Like With Justin Dauer, bswift [K-Cup DoubleShot] appeared first on Time4Coffee.

5mins

25 Jun 2020

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481: What Human Centered Design Looks Like in the Workplace With Justin Dauer, bswift [Main Time4Coffee Interview]

Time4Coffee Podcast

Justin Dauer is the vice president of human-centered design and development at bswift,  a software as a service company in the healthcare industry. Justin attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he received a B.F.A in visual communications. The post 481: What Human Centered Design Looks Like in the Workplace With Justin Dauer, bswift [Main Time4Coffee Interview] appeared first on Time4Coffee.

34mins

23 Jun 2020

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Justin Dauer Ep. 16

The Yoyo Podcast

In this episode, I chat with Justin Dauer. Justin is the current US Junior National Champ in 1a and is sponsored by Duncan Yoyos. - To follow Justin on Instagram, Click here.

28mins

6 May 2020

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Human-Centered Design and Employee Experience with Justin Dauer

The Nourishing Workplace

Today companies are applying the principles of good human-centered design not just to products but to processes and experiences. It’s not uncommon to hear that employee experiences are designed with a human-centered design approach. This podcast clocks in at around 29 minutes. You can also listen to it on Apple Podcasts, stream on Google Podcasts or Spotify or grab the RSS feed in your player of choice. So head out for a walk and let Justin and I keep you company. Human-centered design—a term used by the firm IDEO, a pioneer in the field—has been used to rethink everything from how you design your professional life to how your organization feeds you and your teammates. (does it ring any bell? It’s me!) The key principle is that instead of building systems that suit the needs of their businesses, they’re basing their designs around empathy for the customer––employee, in this case. The practice of empathic listening and observation help understand how your employee interacts with your products, your brand, and with the other employees, and to build an experience for them around their pain points, needs and wants––be they implicit or explicit. Human-Centered Design and the Advantage of Designers and Developers Today’s guest on the podcast is Justin Dauer. Justin is a Chicago-based designer, author of Cultivating a Creative Culture, a long-time friend of WE Factory (you might remember him from the Workplace Wisdom interview series), speaker, and the Vice President of Human-Centered Design and Development at bswift. As a perpetual student of human-centered design, observation, and creative process, Justin builds teams and cultivates cultures around the perspectives and skillsets we already use daily in our work: empathy, objectivity, and creativity. In the first edition of his book Cultivating a Creative Culture, Justin points out: “Designers and frontend developers have a unique advantage—being human-centered. That helps solve the cultural problems in business that are sucking the life out of us.” (function() { window.mc4wp = window.mc4wp || { listeners: [], forms: { on: function(evt, cb) { window.mc4wp.listeners.push( { event : evt, callback: cb } ); } } }})(); Join Veronica Fossa's The Nourishing Workplace Mailing List Get exclusive behind-the-scenes news and info, episodes' bonuses, and special offers to create your nourishing workplace. You can unsubscribe anytime. View our Privacy Policy. Leave this field empty if you're human: To find out exactly what Justin means, tune into this episode. He explains what he means by this, talks about the connection between pausing, caring for each other and being creative, reflects on the role of metrics, gives a sneak peek into the forthcoming follow-up book Cultivating a Creative Culture (2nd edition).  “By being inclusive in our design approach and learning and discovering from human interactions, human-centered design fuels sales, innovation, and loyalty.” Justin Dauer “Human-centered connection culturally supports this process as well by being equally inclusive in how we staff, how we hire, how we open our minds, and remove our personal biases.”Justin Dauer Key Take-aways Short on time? Here are three quick takeaways: Tie intangible things such as certain aspects of culture to tangible metrics, what fuels the business. That way, you focus on what propels the business forward rather than what feels right.Human-centered design supports the employee experience by helping to be equally inclusive in the process of hiring, working as a team, and removing personal biases.How to apply human-centered design in your culture: 1. Support starts at the top, 2. Put people first. Show Notes A shortlist of articles and resources mentioned in this episode plus further resources: How to Cultivate a Creative Culture According to Justin Dauer (WE Factory)How to Adopt a New State of Mind that Transforms How we Work. Interview with Jan Orvet and Tommie Cau (WE Factory)For further book recommendations, visit WE Factory’s Essentials* *Include affiliate links Learn more about Justin’s work: Visit Justin’s personal website and his book Cultivating a Creative Culture or follow him on Instagram and Twitter Did you enjoy this episode on human-centered design and employee experience? If you enjoy our conversation, check out more episodes of my podcast. You can subscribe to it on Apple Podcasts, stream on Google Podcasts or on Spotify or grab the RSS feed in your player of choice. To get new episodes directly in your inbox, sign up for my newsletter.

29mins

13 Feb 2020

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CL236: How To Design A Creative Culture At Work – Interview with Justin Dauer

SuperCreativity Podcast with James Taylor | Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas

Justin is a multi-faceted, multi-pierced, multi-tattooed designer, author, and speaker. He wrote the celebrated book “Cultivating a Creative Culture” and is the Vice President of Human-Centered Design at bswift. With Josef Müller-Brockmann and user advocacy claiming equal parts of his creative heart, he’s immersed himself professionally in tangible and digital media over the past 20 […] The post CL236: How To Design A Creative Culture At Work – Interview with Justin Dauer appeared first on James Taylor.

36mins

17 Sep 2019

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Cultivating a Creative Culture with Justin Dauer

The Innovation Show

We create human-centred interactions and experiences in our field. Empathetic purpose drives our every decision. Mobile First? In reality, it’s humans first. This same mentality turned inward, forms the cornerstone of something amazing: a creative culture.Designers and front-enders have a unique advantage in solving the cultural problems in business that are sucking the life out of us. Several, in fact. The principles discussed in this book derive from the perspectives and skillsets we already use daily: empathy, objectivity and, yes, ample creativity.We discuss:The Sunday Night Work “Dreadies”Agency work burnout100% Billable TimeThe need for Mental White SpaceExamples of Great CulturesToxic MeetingsPoor FeedbackEgo as the EnemyHumilityRedesigning Day One for New HiresWhen to Leave a CompanyHow to Ensure You Find the Right Cultural Fit

39mins

24 Jul 2019

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