SuAnne treats herself because she worked too much. Michael worked too much and is exhausted. Kyle's son is about to start first grade so he has the feels. We announce dates for Develop Denver 2018! The changing landscape of Android chat apps. Michael gets philosophical about the UX of current startups. How does Apple make design choices? We ponder the future of computer input.
This just in Mrs. Coberly is real!! Kyle and SuAnne are train buddies. SuAnne goes to the speedway and it's amazing!! Michael's overcommitted. Kyle took the kids fishin'. Netflix changes up their UI for TVs. We discuss the goal of continuous UI delivery.
We’re joined by Sarah Drasner; Vue.js core team member, Microsoft Senior Developer Advocate, and CSS Tricks writer. Michael gets a new pair of shoes, SuAnne needs to watch her mouth at work, and Kyle was the first person to ever have a bad experience with Comcast. Sarah is planning a conference in Nigeria. We compare and contrast CLIs and GUIs and figure out the best use cases for each. We dig into anachronyms, iconography, and words, and get philosophical.
Real Developers Don’t Use UIs
NNG: Recognition vs. Recall
Designing Safer Animation for Motion Sensitivity
Hunting for Fossils in the Quirks of Language
The Noun Project
The Woman Behind Apple’s First Icons
There’s a Big Heap of Trash at the End of the Rainbow
99% Invisible: Octothorpe
Design Systems by Alla Kholmatova
Emily stuck around! The MBP touch bar isn't our friend but Kyle ,makes peace with macOS. SuAnne loves her some baseball and preaches about totchos! Michael goes full UX on design systems with the team. Emily polices her company design system. We introduce the terms "cookie licking" and "seagulling." We discuss design tools, design systems and the partnership between design and development.
We're joined by Emily McCammon; Associate Director of Creative at Gaia, a graduate school instructor for CMCI Studio at CU and yoga teacher in training. Kyle got job! Michael's being productive. SuAnne is super happy with her job. The group engages in some intense pillow talk. How's the UX of your pillow? Does your pillow company have good CX? SuAnne had an epic CX interaction with her pillow company. Michael improves the CX for his shower. We discuss the responsibility of a platform for it's content; as Emily's grad students are building cool new platforms. And lastly, we discuss how to handle sexism in the workplace.
SuAnne displays her not-a-housewife tendencies. Michael's finally getting a new fence. Kyle loves mozzarella sticks and ska. Is UX Designer a real title we should be using? If you're in need a unique title du jour, we have a handy UX job title generator for you.
SuAnne's a trivia game super genius. Michael gets crazy hail and ponders weather icons. Kyle finds new challenges and opportunities. Everyone deserves cake! Listener emails spark a discussion of retros and how best to conduct and get your team members engaged.
Cody's still here! How can we connect as humans before we connect as professionals? Cody works for the NSA (just kidding) on the most secret project ever! We describe the concept of Go n Sees to learn how agile works. SuAnne has a UX pet-peeve; Click Here! The Denver v. scooter relationship heats up. Win, Lose, or Draw is back for the Apple WWDC announcements.
Cody's back to join the regular crew! SuAnne shares her alternative intro to the show. Kyle's in a funk and Michael tested out a Tesla Model 3. The glory that can be sabbaticals; for some people. The team gets into communication the root of all problems inside a company. The Sprint team goes deep on effective communication, soft skills, and EQ. How to run effective agile stand-ups.
Kyle goes on a suuuuper relaxing family road trip to Yellowstone. Michael heroically rescues a dog. SuAnne has a horror movie moment in the middle of the night. The team talks scrum, retro, standups, and all things agile...Kyle was in heaven.