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The Hacking UI Podcast - with Sagi Shrieber & David Tintner

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The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks. The first season of the podcast is titled ‘Scaling a Design Team’, in which they speak with design leaders from top notch companies like Facebook, Apple, Invision, and Intercom, to discuss various team structures, responsibilities, and workflows. After quitting their day jobs to work full time on Hacking UI they named the second season ‘Scaling a Side Project’, and they interview creative entrepreneurs whom they admire, in order to learn about their paths to success and get them to share their tips and secrets. These include Matt Mullenweg (Founder of Wordpress), David Okeniuv (Founder of Typeform) and more. The third season of the podcast is called 'Scaling a Career' and it's all about creative entrepreneurship. They interviewed amazing folks who took their creative skills and built a brand for themselves. These include Brad Frost (Atomic Design System), Samuel Hulick (Useronboard.com), Noah Kagan (Sumo), and Ran Segall (Youtuber at 'Flux' on Youtube).

The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks. The first season of the podcast is titled ‘Scaling a Design Team’, in which they speak with design leaders from top notch companies like Facebook, Apple, Invision, and Intercom, to discuss various team structures, responsibilities, and workflows. After quitting their day jobs to work full time on Hacking UI they named the second season ‘Scaling a Side Project’, and they interview creative entrepreneurs whom they admire, in order to learn about their paths to success and get them to share their tips and secrets. These include Matt Mullenweg (Founder of Wordpress), David Okeniuv (Founder of Typeform) and more. The third season of the podcast is called 'Scaling a Career' and it's all about creative entrepreneurship. They interviewed amazing folks who took their creative skills and built a brand for themselves. These include Brad Frost (Atomic Design System), Samuel Hulick (Useronboard.com), Noah Kagan (Sumo), and Ran Segall (Youtuber at 'Flux' on Youtube).

Location:

United States

Description:

The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks. The first season of the podcast is titled ‘Scaling a Design Team’, in which they speak with design leaders from top notch companies like Facebook, Apple, Invision, and Intercom, to discuss various team structures, responsibilities, and workflows. After quitting their day jobs to work full time on Hacking UI they named the second season ‘Scaling a Side Project’, and they interview creative entrepreneurs whom they admire, in order to learn about their paths to success and get them to share their tips and secrets. These include Matt Mullenweg (Founder of Wordpress), David Okeniuv (Founder of Typeform) and more. The third season of the podcast is called 'Scaling a Career' and it's all about creative entrepreneurship. They interviewed amazing folks who took their creative skills and built a brand for themselves. These include Brad Frost (Atomic Design System), Samuel Hulick (Useronboard.com), Noah Kagan (Sumo), and Ran Segall (Youtuber at 'Flux' on Youtube).

Twitter:

@hackingui

Language:

English

Contact:

+972-53-3011055


Episodes

#35 Ran Segall (Full stack designer & creator, Prospero) - Love what you do, take massive action, and prosper.

5/11/2018
We are super excited to have with us today the inspiring Ran Segall - a full stack designer, a creator, and a vlogger. In this episode, Ran shared his amazing insights and knowledge on freelancing, value-based pricing, learning new skills, networking, putting yourself out there, achieving your goals and aiming higher.

Duration:00:48:28

#34 David Kadavy (Bestselling Author & Host, Love Your Work) - How well are we connecting with our curiosity?

5/3/2018
We are thrilled to have with us today the amazing David Kadavy - Bestselling author of The Heart to Start & Design For Hackers, a creative entrepreneur, and host of Love your Work Podcast. In this episode, David shared his inspiring perspectives and insights on self-publishing, connecting with our curiosity, creative resistance, forming habits and setting priorities for our goals. Wheather you're a creative, an entrepreneur, marketer or just starting out - this episode will give you tons of...

Duration:00:50:45

#33 Yasmine Evjen (Design Advocate, Google) - What is design if not a way to tell a story

3/16/2018
It is our pleasure to present to you the inspiring Yasmine Evjen - Design Advocate at Google, a storyteller and (previously) a Co-host at Material Podcast - a podcast all about Google and Android. In this episode, Yasmine shared her interesting story and inspiring insights, whether you're starting out or not, this episode will give you tons of value.

Duration:00:50:14

#32 Quincy Larson (Founder and educator, freeCodeCamp) - The value of free education and building communities

3/8/2018
Today we had the pleasure of talking to Quincy Larson - Founder and educator at "freeCodeCamp", where you can learn to code completely for free. In this episode, Quincy shared his insights on focusing passionately on one field, building communities and free education to everyone, on a scale that impacts the world massively even 20 years from now.

Duration:00:53:06

#31 Brad Frost (Founder, Atomic Design) - Breaking down design systems to atomic elements

3/1/2018
We are honored to have with us today, the inspiring Brad Frost, Founder, and inventor of the "Atomic Design" system. In this episode, Brad shared with us his thoughts and insights about how to build a design system and development collaborative work, and how to implement that thinking in your organization.

Duration:01:00:50

#30 Jason Ogle (Founder, UserDefenders.com) - Don't be a "tooler", but a learner

2/22/2018
Our guest today is a fellow podcaster, the amazing Jason Ogle, Founder and host of UserDefenders.com podcast, where he creates and shares inspiring interviews with UX superheroes. In this episode, Jason shared with us his thoughts and insights about how to become an influencer through personal growth and giving back to the community at the same time.

Duration:01:15:07

#29 Noah Kagan (Founder, Sumo.com) - Have fun, create value and do it consistently

2/15/2018
Our guest today is the inspiring Noah Kagan, Founder, and Chief-Sumo at Sumo.com, AppSumo, OkDork, and a unique marketing specialist and business consultant. In this episode, Noah shared with us his best practices and routines for starting a business, and new perspectives on enjoying it and scaling that, into a thriving business or online brand.

Duration:00:57:04

#28 Noah Kagan (Founder, Sumo.com) - Have fun, create value and do it consistently

2/15/2018
Our guest today is the inspiring Noah Kagan, Founder, and Chief-Sumo at Sumo.com, AppSumo, OkDork, and a unique marketing specialist and business consultant. In this episode, Noah shared with us his best practices and routines for starting a business, and new perspectives on enjoying it and scaling that, into a thriving business or online brand.

Duration:00:57:04

#28 Samuel Hulick (Founder, UserOnboard.com) - Find a niche you love, specialize, succeed

2/8/2018
Our guest today is none other than Samuel Hulick, Founder, at UserOnboard.com. In this episode, Samuel shared with us the most important steps you should be taking in your organization in order to scale your operation and make costumers successful in your product.

Duration:01:02:46

#27 Maria Giudice (Former VP, Experience Design, Autodesk) - Designing to reinvent the future, and leading a cultural change in your organization

2/1/2018
It is our pleasure to present to you Maria Giudice, Former VP, Experience Design at Autodesk, founder of 'Hot Studio', and former creative director of product design at Facebook. In this episode, Maria shared with us what makes creative DEO's the futures' new change agents, and how we can learn from that and empower others to lead this cultural change.

Duration:00:55:01

#26 Keenan Cummings (Design Lead, Airbnb) - Finding Your Product's Level of Readiness and Manifesting Design systems

1/25/2018
Our guest today is the inspiring Keenan Cummings, Team Leader at Airbnb and former Co-founder/Creative Director of Days (acquired by Yahoo!) and the Designers Debate Club. Today, Keenan is also working on a side project called Curiosity Club, a group for experienced creatives to learn new skills together. In this episode, Keenan shared with us why he believes that investing in design systems and investing in your team, not only pays-off, but it is a must.

Duration:00:52:03

#25 Khoi Vinh (Principal Designer, Adobe) - Influencing an industry and building a personal brand

12/22/2016
Our guest today is none other than Khoi Vinh, Principal Designer at Adobe and former Design Director of The New York Times. Khoi is the founder of the popular blog, subtraction.com, a true family man, and was named one of Fast Company's "50 Most Influential Designers in America". He is the author of two books and has a long history of launching successful startups and side projects. In this interview, we discussed how writing has helped Khoi, not only in his career as a designer, but also...

Duration:00:49:40

#24 Chris Coyier (CSS-Tricks & CodePen) - How to grow a blog and remain true to your audience

11/24/2016
It is our pleasure to present to you Chris Coyier. Chris started his journey writing blogs he didn't enjoy, and eventually realized that his passion was actually in coding the blogs and crafting the CSS behind them. He eventually closed down all of his blogs except one, and CSS-Tricks was born. His blog is now one of the largest front-end development blogs in the world and paved the way for his platform, CodePen, which allows developers to share demos of front-end code while inspecting the...

Duration:00:58:00

#23 Harry Roberts (CSS Wizardry) - The ups and downs of dominating a niche

11/9/2016
Today we had the pleasure of talking to Harry Roberts, the founder of the well-known blog, CSS Wizardry. Harry has built an incredible personal brand and we’ve been following CSS Wizardry for years. We discussed with him exactly how he got started, what made him successful, and what he thinks is the best way to blog, build a personal brand and start a side project today.

Duration:00:53:50

#22 Audience-driven product development (in-between-a-sode)

11/6/2016
Today’s episode is what we like to call an in-between-a-sode. There are a few days left to apply for our program, The Side Project Accelerator, so I wanted to quickly discuss one of the core philosophies we teach in the program - audience driven product development.

Duration:00:05:03

#21 Rizwan Javaid (SPA alum) - How to start public speaking

11/1/2016
Today we are joined by Rizwan Javaid, a member of our Side Project Accelerator. Rizwan is a speaker, blogger, and a UX designer who is passionate about transforming ideas into engaging and profitable digital solutions. He is based out of California and works on a variety of projects, ranging from mobile to web, and even his very own side project.

Duration:00:45:08

#20 Kelsey Ruger (SPA alum) - The teacher who never stopped learning

10/24/2016
With us today is Kelsey Ruger, a UX consultant based out of Houston, Texas. Kelsey is a professor, a designer, a developer, and pretty much a jack of all trades. We met and got to know Kelsey because he's also a member of The Side Project Accelerator. Kelsey has worked on web and mobile projects for Fortune 100 startups and agencies and was also named one of Houston’s 40 under 40 in 2012 by the Houston Business Journal. His mission is to help people use their creativity to make better things...

Duration:00:55:10

#19 David Okuniev (Typeform) - The musician who turned a side project into a multi-million dollar company

10/19/2016
David Okuniev is a former musician turned designer. He is the co-founder and joint CEO of Typeform, one of the hottest young startups out there. David discusses his amazing world-wide journey from being a musician with a record deal to owning a design agency and eventually building a product that was transformed from being a side project into a massively successful startup. Through Typeform David and his team have set the goal of making beautiful tools for human interaction that anyone can...

Duration:00:44:41

#18 Peter Nowell (Sketch Master) - The freelance designer that stopped selling his time

10/11/2016
Currently, Peter is splitting his time between doing amazing endeavors, design work for high end clients, and running Sketch Master, his scaling platform of professional courses for Sketch. His course was quickly considered one of the greatest resources for designers to learn Sketch and improve their skills. Living by his ideals of simplicity, honesty, and intentionality, Peter continues developing his design brand and do the things he really believes in.

Duration:01:01:34

#17 Matt Mullenweg (Automattic, Wordpress) - The mission to give everyone their own home on the Internet

10/6/2016
Matt is driven by the mission to allow anyone in the world to have a home on the internet where they can express their thoughts and base their business. At the young age of 19, bored with his classes at the University of Houston, Matt first discovered his passion for code and writing. His personal blog was reaching more than 20,000 people at the time but the blog software was outdated, so he decided to create a new platform, which is known today as WordPress.

Duration:00:46:21