Conversations with people who share our passion
for understanding what makes people tick
The Mule Design co-founder and Just Enough Research author on why doing good research scares us, experience design is a misnomer, and real creativity requires logging off.
Cordelia Hyland on what “research democratization” really means—and where it can fall short.
IDEO alum Ovetta Sampson on the future of data science, UX, and bringing forth the individual behind every data point.
Patreon’s Thaniya Keereepart on the right way to ask “why” and the moments that reframe the way we think about our impact.
Research Ops Manager at Atlassian Kate Towsey talks to us about clearing the way for great research with an organizational machete.
Clinical psychologist and former Intel research scientist Margaret Morris on how individual technology hacks shine a light on what users really crave.
Headspace’s Design Research Lead on building qualitative research on the expertise of behavioral science and 6,000 years of meditation theory.
Expert user researcher Steve Portigal breaks down why thinking about bias and mistakes is the key to joyful discovery.
Hopelab President Margaret Laws delves into the company’s teen-centric, tech-enabled design process.
David Keegan of investment app Acorns on the high-value ROI of feedback from users.
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