A free-ranging set of discussions on matters of interest to people involved in user experience design, website design, and usability in general.
A nice case study of the value of a small number of in-depth interviews.
Michelle talks about the challenge and opportunity of running a large team remotely.
Designing questions that answer your data needs, and that humans can understand
Celia Hodent talks about neuroscience, UX and games design.
Brett King on the future of banking
Martin talks about the challenges and opportunities of designing for the connected, sensor- and data-enabled city of the future.
Kevin Hoffman talks about how to design and facilitate good meetings.
Matiu Bush talks about designing for the end of life.
Slack's Amir Shevat talks about bots, and why you can't just port existing services to a bot, and about the power of conversational interfaces.
Tech firms that are not themselves diverse can't be effective in meeting the needs of diverse audiences. Sara Wachter-Boettcher talks about how we've built exclusion into our algorithms.
Does metadata matter – and why? Shari Thurow talks about making your content usable and accessible for both humans and machines and the importance of information architecture.Door Gerry Gaffney, UXpod
Why everyone should learn to think like a professional, honest journal. What makes a good "infographic"? And how can we find the stories in our data, and tell those stories effectively?