126 - BLT: Bad Lovely and The Middle

SuAnne Hall is back! She fills up in on what she's been up to. Slack IPOs and Kyle loves them for it. Michael is rejuvenated from his vacation and surprise... he rode a scooter. Everyone has jury duty, however SuAnne went full UX when asked to serve on a jury. Kyle's so happy that Microsoft is cool again. Lastly, user testing makes all the difference.

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122 - Not a Pregnant Woman

We're joined by Alex Hoffman; product designer, hand letter extraordinaire. Kyle is teaching the kids, Michael is adjusting to office life. John Meeda says design isn't that important, what do we say? Colorado launches a new "free" logo. Best practices of design systems from a pro. How do you pizza?

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121 - Rainbow Skeleton

This week we explore the quantified self movement. We ask ourselves if self tracking in the name of life improvement is worthwhile, and we take a look at those who take it to the extreme. We consider pairing machine learning with quantified self to create useful insights. But first, Kyle chases down a food truck, Michael’s wife makes spam musubi, Kate Mills (still in the house!) plans a trip to Puerto Rico and Emily says goodbye to listeners for a couple of months while she launches a baby. 

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120 - School Me

This week we talk about the state of continuing tech & design education. Product Design Lead Kate Mills is in the house and she has a scooter! Kyle has been teaching real live students. Michael wont tell us what's up, but does share sage wisdom on crafting a UX career. A super pregnant Emily finds out that graphic storytelling is one memorable approach to teaching.

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118 - More Than a Feeling

Animations are more than a feeling. Some are heavy, some are light, many are supported and some delight. Emily got to use CSS keyframe animations this week. Meanwhile, Kyle started his new job. Michael accidentally knocked over someone’s popcorn kernels, triggering a complicated Rube Goldberg scenario. Google Assistant gets a physical button on Nokia and LG models and we wonder if we should be going in an opposite direction, towards total voice control... even though the combination of AI plus voice could get all too real.

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117 - Ethics Are External

Emily senses that the recording studio is haunted. Michael is getting accustomed to his new 40 hour per week job. Kyle was fun-employed all week, which included work. Microsoft employees protest using Halo Lens for military training, which raises questions that raise more questions about ethics in tech. YouTube bans comments on videos with children, a micro step on a long journey towards salvation. And finally, we each bottom line our lessons learned from these troublesome times. 

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