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This week Chris and Jon talk about peace of mind, and how important it is to design things that give users peace of mind. Tune in to get some things to think about and ideas on how to approach this important topic!

 


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Jon and Chris talk about the importance of documentation for your design projects, and ways to approach the sometimes-arduous task of writing documentation. This is really important to help your projects succeed so tune in to this episode!


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This week Chris and Jon discuss how to use principles in your work to be more ethical. There are many good reasons to bring ethical practices into your work, and leading a project with principles is a great way to get things started. Listen in to learn how to be a more ethical designer!

 


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This week, Jon and Chris talk about productivity and the fear. A designer’s work is creative which is inherently ambiguous and difficult. Design work can always benefit from more time to explore, research, polish, etc. This leaves the designer to contend with how much time to spend on each step, how good is good enough, and staying on task as they battle the fear.

But fear not :). Jon and Chris have some ideas for what we can all do about this. So listen in and get productive!

 


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After a short 2 year break, Chris and Jon are back with a bran new episode about the importance of research.

What all is research, how do you use it, and who is it for?

 


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At long last, episode 59 is here! This week, Chris and Jon conclude the discussion series on what makes a great design process. We talk about some of the issues that impact the “How”, the part after you figure out what the design should entail. Stick around for part 3 of this series!

Some of the essay’s that Chris wrote that were mentioned on the show:


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This week, Chris and Jon continue their series on defining an effective design process. Once you’ve figured out the problem, what should you do next? There are so many things that can happen (and usually do!) and Chris and Jon give their insights on what to focus on next. Stay tuned to part 2 of this series!

We’re doing a series of shows devoted to “the dreaded P word!“, based on the essay that Chris wrote. We’ll have more in-depth discussion in the coming weeks!


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This week, Chris and Jon talk about defining an effective process. Let’s face it. Defining a useful process is hard! There’s so many questions about what to do first. And worst of all, it’s really easy to start jumping in and making mockups. Stay tuned to this episode to hear about why that may not be the best idea!

We’re kicking of a series of shows devoted to “the dreaded P word!“, based on the essay that Chris wrote. We’ll have more in-depth discussion in the coming weeks!


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We get a lot of questions from designs just starting their career. We hear you and we’ve covered the most common questions in some of our podcasts. Below are three excellent podcasts for new designers to kickstart their career. After you finish these, feel free to listen to the others, as all our podcasts are aimed to help you be a better designer. (With no chit chat of course1)

  1. Ep. 37 – Landing You First Design Job
  2. Ep. 55 – How to Succeed at Interviews
  3. Ep. 47 – How to plan your design career (from start to finish)

We put a lot of time and effort making these and we hope they help you kick start your career. If you enjoy them, don’t forget to let us know by leaving a review on iTunes!

This week, Jon and Chris talk about the recent keynote from Apple. The show starts with a quick product review of all the different product announcements made by Tim Cook & co. Then in the second half, they get into a discussion about what’s happened with Apple over the past 10 years, and why they may no longer be the center of innovation in the post-Jobs era. Stay tuned for a different kind of Design Review episode!

Also… Here is Steve Jobs’ legendary keynote when he introduced the very first iPhone:

Please forgive the popup ads. It’s YouTube, not us… It’s still worth your time to watch it. So please do!

Also, Jon mentioned on the show that he keeps a spreadsheet of iOS gestures, just to keep track of the different multitouch interactions that people need to know and remember to use their phones. Let him know what you think!


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