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Radical Product

We Need Another Meeting! is back! Season 2 picks up where Season 1 ended: prioritization. In this episode, we are joined by the founders of Radical Product, Radhika Dutt, Nidhi Aggarwal and Geordie Kaytes. They shared their story about how and why they created a toolkit which helps us make sure we create vision-driven products.

Duration: 00:32:38

Season Wrap-up

Season Wrap-up by We Need Another Meeting!

Duration: 00:02:43


Prioritization of work can be a difficult exercise. Inputs come from many different directions making this process difficult - especially when trying to focus on the critical items. Jeff Schwarting and Daniel Falabella joined us to talk about how they make sense of all the noise and focus on the customer.

Duration: 00:39:59

Understanding your PM

How important is the PM/UX relationship? Blake McClary from Instructure joins us to discuss how to understand your PM and set the record straight.

Duration: 00:23:32

The Fear of Releasing

Why are we afraid to release new product? It seems like we look for any excuse to hold a release even though we know it’s ok. Taylor Fisher from Jane joins to discuss what drives this fear and how we can solve it.

Duration: 00:44:56

Roles: PM vs UX

It’s the age-old discussion about the roles of UX and PM. In this episode, we discuss where they overlap, how do they compliment each other and who is ultimately responsible.

Duration: 00:22:16

UX Isn't New

Morgan Williams joins us to discuss his transition from architecture to UX and politely remind us that UX isn't a new practice nor is it unique to software development.

Duration: 00:13:39

Leadership with KC Jorgensen

Recently there has been a lot of talk about product leadership, but what about the fundamentals leadership? In this episode, we go back to the basics with KC Jorgensen of @TheManilaFolder to define the qualities that make a good leader.

Duration: 00:26:03


This episode discusses when you should run a beta program and when it is ok to not bother doing so. Beta programs are a bottomless topic so expect more on this in future episodes.

Duration: 00:20:39


The Internet of Things (IoT) world continues to rapidly evolve, even pushing into the office spaces of businesses. In this episode, we discuss the differences between consumer IoT experiences and how they differ from the IoT user interactions at work.

Duration: 00:23:51

Bootcamps Part 2

This episode is a continuation of our Bootcamp episode. Here we talk to Stacy Belding, a recent UX bootcamp grad, about what to expect in the first few months as a UX designer following bootcamp. We also learn why Jeff Carter is so comfortable hiring junior UX designers and how he helps them develop into the next generation of UX thinkers.

Duration: 00:27:43

UX Bootcamps

UX Bootcamps are growing in popularity but are they properly preparing students for the job market? In this episode, we speak with student (Scott Fisher), Instructor (Brandon Beecroft) and a hiring manager (Ben Peck) about why these are growing in popularity, the curriculum and expectations once bootcamp is over.

Duration: 00:50:53

The Hidden Cost of Feature Bundles

Early stage startups should consider experimenting and honing pricing before they ever consider packing their solution - especially if the packaged solution is part of a single code base. In this episode we talk about the impact of having a multiple SKUs on a single code base and examine a case study of how to do it and how not to do it: Netflix.

Duration: 00:18:21

Staying Disciplined to Achieve Your Product Vision

Talking about your vision or goals is the easy part - anyone can do it. The hard part is staying disciplined to achieve that vision or goal. In this podcast we talk about how we stay focused (or not) so that we can achieve our goals.

Duration: 00:32:31

Stop Whining About Scope Creep

Let's all agree that when the cost to QA and redeploy is higher than the cost to dev it’s ok to allow scope creep. No? Not comfortable about that statement? Here we talk about why it happens and how we get so emotionally charged about this subject.

Duration: 00:13:32

Development Sprints Suck and Here is Why

Watching developers work at the end of a sprint is like watching a sales team at the end of a quarter - it’s a scramble. Is this the behavior we want to create for the team who is charged with building the user experience?

Duration: 00:23:11

The Five Developers Love Languages with Anne Nichols

Have you ever wondered how to connect with your development team? In this episode our guest Anne Nichols discusses the work she is doing to build a better understanding of our friends in development. We specifically talk about her article, The Five Developer Love Languages and how we can be better partners.

Duration: 00:28:39

Front 2017

Front 2017 just wrapped up and we take time to reflect. Front has grown into a great conference for User Experience professionals with amazing case studies and speakers who practice the craft each and every day.

Duration: 00:25:58

The Future Of PM and UX

Are the roles of product manager and user experience designer starting to overlap? Will we someday see a hybrid role where someone has the skill set of both? This podcast discusses how product management and user experience are colliding and speak with our guests about how their careers have changed or are starting to change.

Duration: 00:34:47

What Product Metrics Should You Track?

KPIs. This is something which can either drive us forward or drive us crazy. In this episode we discuss how to establish KPIs and more importantly, pitfalls to avoid when creating them. We also talk about tools which can help you measure progress.

Duration: 00:31:39

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