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The UX Intern

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Rank #156 in Design category

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Technology
Design
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The UX Intern is an interview show in which seasoned User Experience Designers share their wisdom and experience with a UX Intern.

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The UX Intern is an interview show in which seasoned User Experience Designers share their wisdom and experience with a UX Intern.

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38 Ratings
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Words of wisdom

By jf_reviewer - May 12 2018
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Just listened to an interview with Whitney Hess that aired in 2014. Wesley asked great questions. Listen carefully to the answers that Whitney gives and you'll get some very helpful info! Thank you Wesley for making this possible! Excited to listen to your other interviews.

Web Design Student

By KelseyWaara - Jan 04 2018
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I'm a web design student trying to get my foot in the door with UX, and this podcast has been incredibly helpful. Thank you so much!

iTunes Ratings

38 Ratings
Average Ratings
35
2
1
0
0

Words of wisdom

By jf_reviewer - May 12 2018
Read more
Just listened to an interview with Whitney Hess that aired in 2014. Wesley asked great questions. Listen carefully to the answers that Whitney gives and you'll get some very helpful info! Thank you Wesley for making this possible! Excited to listen to your other interviews.

Web Design Student

By KelseyWaara - Jan 04 2018
Read more
I'm a web design student trying to get my foot in the door with UX, and this podcast has been incredibly helpful. Thank you so much!

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The UX Intern

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The UX Intern is an interview show in which seasoned User Experience Designers share their wisdom and experience with a UX Intern.

Lou Rosenfeld

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Lou Rosenfeld literally wrote the book on IA for the web with Information Architecture for the World Wide Web. In this episode, he defines IA and its importance to the user experience. He also shares how he works with large organizations to improve their web experiences, some background on the "polar bear book", and management of his company Rosenfeld Media.

May 01 2014

48mins

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Russ Unger

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Russ Unger is a UX professional, co-author of multiple books, and a proficient speaker. In this episode, we talk a lot about the importance of writing and speaking for UX Designers, and why it matters for us to be involved. Russ also gives ways to get started in speaking and shares some advice from his seasoned speaking experience.

Apr 02 2014

51mins

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Steve Krug

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Steve Krug is probably best known for writing the industry shaping book, Don't Make Me Think. In this episode he talks about the new edition of this classic, as well as his writing process. He also shares about (some of) his work at Apple, and his thoughts on iOS 7. We also go on a few fun rabbit trails about Wikipedia and the Olympics.

Mar 03 2014

1hr 2mins

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Whitney Hess

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Whitney Hess is a UX Coach, a speaker, and writer at her blog Pain and Pleasure. She is also a superb communicator and podcast guest, demonstrated in this episode by her thoughts on the importance of UX mentors (and how to find a mentor), personality types / profiles, her experience with Twitter, and candid discussion of conference fears.

Feb 03 2014

53mins

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Todd Zaki Warfel

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Todd is a designer and speaker, and author of the well respected Prototyping: A Practitioner's Guide. In this episode, he gives an introduction to prototypes and the essential role they play in the design process. He also gives advice for starting a business, and draws parallels between his hobby of woodworking and his digital design work.

Jan 02 2014

58mins

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Katie Dill & Joe Rinaldi

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This last special episode has two interviews, one with Katie Dill of Airbnb and one with Joe Rinaldi of Happy Cog. They both give advice about interviewing and getting hired as a UXer. Also, at the end there is some highlighted advice from previous episodes of the show. Thank you so much for listening, and be sure to note - the adventure continues at experiencepod.com :)

Nov 11 2014

1hr 16mins

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Dr. Leslie Jensen-Inman & Jared Spool

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There are two guests in #12 - Dr. Leslie Jensen-Inman and Jared Spool. Both of them have contributed a lot to the field of UX through their writing and speaking. As the two founders of UX school Center Centre, they talk about the mission and philosophy behind their teaching. They also share advice and talk about the bright future ahead for all of us as UX designers!

Sep 02 2014

1hr 2mins

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Luke Wroblewski

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Luke Wroblewski is the champion of the mobile first design movement. He is an excellent speaker and writer, and the author of Mobile First Design. In this episode, he talks about the use of design patterns and covers the controversial Hamburger Menu. Of course we talk about all things mobile, from his reaction to the first iPhone to his thoughts on the future of mobile design.

Aug 04 2014

49mins

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Jesse James Garrett

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Jesse James Garrett is a co-founder of Adaptive Path and author of The Elements of User Experience. In this episode he shares about his background in journalism and his UX journey to Adaptive Path. We discuss his most excellent book, and topics including art vs. design, content strategy, and the highly sought UI/UX Designer.

Jul 01 2014

51mins

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Whitney Quesenbery

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Whitney Quesenbery is a UX Researcher, speaker, and a three time author. She is co-director of the Center for Civic Design which improves government by improving voting design. In this episode, she talks about her background in theater and storytelling, and how both relate to UX. We also discuss personas and the proper place of accessibility in UX Design.

Jun 02 2014

1hr

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Lou Rosenfeld

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Lou Rosenfeld literally wrote the book on IA for the web with Information Architecture for the World Wide Web. In this episode, he defines IA and its importance to the user experience. He also shares how he works with large organizations to improve their web experiences, some background on the "polar bear book", and management of his company Rosenfeld Media.

May 01 2014

48mins

Play

Russ Unger

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Russ Unger is a UX professional, co-author of multiple books, and a proficient speaker. In this episode, we talk a lot about the importance of writing and speaking for UX Designers, and why it matters for us to be involved. Russ also gives ways to get started in speaking and shares some advice from his seasoned speaking experience.

Apr 02 2014

51mins

Play

Steve Krug

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Read more
Steve Krug is probably best known for writing the industry shaping book, Don't Make Me Think. In this episode he talks about the new edition of this classic, as well as his writing process. He also shares about (some of) his work at Apple, and his thoughts on iOS 7. We also go on a few fun rabbit trails about Wikipedia and the Olympics.

Mar 03 2014

1hr 2mins

Play

Whitney Hess

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Whitney Hess is a UX Coach, a speaker, and writer at her blog Pain and Pleasure. She is also a superb communicator and podcast guest, demonstrated in this episode by her thoughts on the importance of UX mentors (and how to find a mentor), personality types / profiles, her experience with Twitter, and candid discussion of conference fears.

Feb 03 2014

53mins

Play

Todd Zaki Warfel

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Todd is a designer and speaker, and author of the well respected Prototyping: A Practitioner's Guide. In this episode, he gives an introduction to prototypes and the essential role they play in the design process. He also gives advice for starting a business, and draws parallels between his hobby of woodworking and his digital design work.

Jan 02 2014

58mins

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Aarron Walter

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The Great Aarron Walter is the User Experience Design lead at Mailchimp and author of Designing for Emotion. We talk about how he got started, his role at Mailchimp, and the massive Mailchimp redesign this year. He also offers some excellent and encouraging advice to those pursuing a UX job or internship.

Dec 02 2013

49mins

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Joshua Porter

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Josh Porter is the author of widely respected UX blog bokardo.com, and Director of UX at HubSpot. We talk about writing, and the impact his blog has had on his carrier. We also discuss personal design philosophies, and how inexperienced UX Designers can develop their portfolios.

Sep 09 2013

1hr 5mins

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Andy Budd

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Andy Budd is a veteran of the UX field, as one of the founding partners at Clearleft and author of CSS Mastery. We talk about his start into UX Design, the role of a formal education for UX Designers, as well as some UX ethical issues, and the difference between UX and UI Design.

Jul 16 2013

54mins

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