UX Cake is Helping you become more effective in your UX work and career. Every episode we deliver practical advice on how to get the best outcomes for our work, our teams, our users, and our careers in UX. Our guests include well-known leaders like Don Norman and Indi Young, as well as many less globally-known voices with fantastic insights to share, like disability designer & activist Liz Jackson, agile coach & UX champion Shayna Atkins, and UX team experts Mary & David Sherwin.The podcast launched in February 2018 quickly grew an audience of UX pros around the globe. UX Cake is run by a dedicated team of volunteers who are committed to creating a more robust community. Our aim is to help the growing UX community become stronger and more effective, by sharing the experience and expertise from leaders in the field.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/uxcake. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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I enjoy listening to your podcasts. Just a small note, would be nice to see names of people who you interviewed.
Love this podcast! You are doing such an amazing job getting together with interesting people and asking the right questions. I have learned so much in every episode. Thanks
I’m pretty new to UX but I’ve been a designer for 20 years. I appreciate the topics that I’ve heard so far because it has made me even more interested in pursuing UX further. Thank you!!
As a UX design student, this podcast has been so valuable for me to get a glimpse of common things, problems, and people that UX practitioners deal with in the real world. It's not something we can fully get from coursework, so I find it a great companion to all the other learning that I am doing. I think that Leigh covers topics that are especially helpful for new folks who may not know what is reasonable for a new designer to face; I almost feel like I have a remote mentor in my corner! Thank ... more
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