This episode, we talk to Richard Banfield, CEO of Fresh Tilled Soil, a leading user interface design firm in the U.S. I talk to Richard about his new book, Enterprise Design Sprints, that has been released for free on InVision's Design Better channel and what it hopes to achieve in the use of the design sprint methodology.
Music by hzy from Fugue
Amy and Ross talk about mentorship and being a mentee, a little about portfolios (yes, a tangent), and Ross tries to vocalise his issue with a recent brand redesign.
Music by Evgeny Bardyuzha from Fugue
Sharing again the interview we did with the New York Times Bestselling Author of Sprint: Jake Knapp.
We talk about what it takes to facilitate a Design Sprint, about whether taste is important and a bit about his upcoming book Making Time.
Music by Priroda from Fugue
Amy joins Ross again and we talk about Self Promotion. Why do it, when to shout about yourself and some of the things we've learned using Instagram, Medium and Slack.
- Content in UX Slack Group: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSesIaokzknNNPbWPnA8H3zfJI45S0CgiulQ9nAzy6yISU2Gtw/viewform
- Universal Style Guide: https://contentdesign.london/usability/readability-guidelines/
For our inaugural Etch Audio episode we talk Content Design. What it is, how teams can get started and where it came from. Amy Grinstead, Etch's own content guru shares her two-penneth on what to be aware of and what to do within your first 100 days as a content designer.
We also broach the subject of how content design is a role in itself and how content and design can work together in harmony to better meet user needs.
Amy Grinstead, Senior Digital PR & Content Manager at Etch
Ross Chapman, Product design lead at Etch
Music by Nordgroove from Fugue