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UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

UI Breakfast: UI/UX Design and Product Strategy

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Episode 224: Service Design with Eleni Stathoulis

Today we talk about service design, a holistic approach to design that considers all involved stakeholders and processes. Our guest is Eleni Stathoulis, design director at Mad*Pow. You?ll learn about the design artifacts created in service design, how Eleni conducts research, real-world examples of service design in action, and more.

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Show NotesMad*Pow ? Eleni?s companyServicedesigntools.org ? a resource for service designersFour Seasons: The Story of a Business Philosophy ? a book by Isadore SharpFind Elena?s writing on MediumFollow Eleni on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

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2021-10-15
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BDTP. Email Automation & Customer Experience with Jordan Skole

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Jordan Skole, VP of Product Growth at Autobooks. You'll learn why it?s important to consider the entire customer experience, how copywriting can inform design, frameworks for understanding customers and creating email automations, and more.

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Show notesAutobooks ? Jordan?s current place of workMastering Email Software with Brennan DunnUI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 105: Website Personalization with Brennan DunnCI/CD ? continuous integration and continuous deliveryCustomer ExperienceVal Geisler, Alli Blum, Claire Suellentrop ? helped Jordan scale the conversion copywriting team at AutoBooksJoanna Wiebe ? founder of CopyhackersJTBD FrameworkMiro, Mural ? popular visualization toolsBob Moesta ? an authority in the field of JTBDDemand-Side Sales ? a book by Bob MoestaHero?s Journey MonomythThe Hero?s Journey ? a book by Joseph CampbellFollow Jordan on Twitter

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This show is brought to you by Userlist ? the best way for SaaS founders to send onboarding emails, segment your users based on events, and see where your customers get stuck in the product. Start your free trial today at userlist.com.

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2021-10-11
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Episode 223: How to Market Yourself with Shawn ?Swyx? Wang

Today we talk about marketing yourself, both as a personal brand and at work. Our guest is Shawn ?Swyx? Wang, an engineering thought leader and author of ?The Coding Career Handbook.? You?ll learn several components of defining your brand, tips on expressing that brand in public, collateral and strategies that will help you at work, and more.

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Show NotesSwyx.io ? Shawn?s websiteThe Coding Career Handbook ? Shawn?s bookTwo Sigma, Netlify, AWS ? Shawn?s previous places of workTemporal ? Shawn?s current place of workHow to Market Yourself without Being a CelebrityTwitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Polywork ? popular social networks to start building your audienceThe Craft of Storytelling + Thinking Like Elon Musk ? an interview with Tim UrbanBuilding a CFP Process ? Shawn?s blog post on public speakingNader Dabit ? Shawn?s previous coworker, someone who maintains an extensive travel scheduleThe Swyx Mixtape ? Shawn?s podcastEpisode 205: Building Your Platform with Corbett BarrDescript ? an all-in-one audio and video editing tool with transcriptionFollow Shawn on TwitterGet 30% off Shawn?s book at learninpublic.org/?c=UIBREAKFAST30Today?s Sponsor

This show is brought to you by Userlist ? the best tool for sending onboarding emails and segmenting your SaaS users. To follow the best practices, download our free printable email planning worksheets at userlist.com/worksheets.

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2021-10-06
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BDTP. Email Automation Data & Integrations with Colin Nederkoorn

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Colin Nederkoorn, founder of Customer.io. You'll learn about the common mistakes companies make when setting up their email tools, how to best handle certain types of data, tips for providing ?done for you? services, and more.

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Show notesCustomer.io ? Colin?s company, a customer engagement platformMixpanel, Kissmetrics ? popular product analytics toolsKlaviyo ? an email automation platform for ShopifySegment ? a customer data platformRudderStack ? a data integration tool competing with SegmentSegment?s Data Collection Best Practices ? a resource for developing your data tracking planFollow Colin on TwitterColin?s personal website

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2021-09-24
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Episode 222: The "Franchise" Philosophy with Jordan Skole

Today we talk about ?franchising? ? a mental model applicable in marketing and other areas. Our guest is Jordan Skole, a marketing leader and director of product growth at AutoBooks. You?ll learn how to apply this mental model, the best timing for automating processes, tips for solving marketing challenges, the importance of side projects, and more.

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Show NotesAutoBooks ? Jordan?s current place of workAmbassador, ActiveCampaign ? some of Jordan?s previous employersUPC Code Manager ? Jordan?s productCompound Growth ? Jordan?s article on the franchise philosophyNathan Baschez ? works in podcast media, UI designBetter Done Than Perfect ? Jane?s show at UserlistBiggerPockets forum ? real estate investing resourceTAM ? total addressable marketJoanna Wiebe ? founder of CopyhackersVal Geisler, Alli Blum, Claire Suellentrop ? helped Jordan scale the conversion copywriting team at AutoBooksFarnam Street ? a resource for mental modelsFollow Jordan on TwitterVentures & Adventures ? Jordan?s siteToday?s Sponsor

This show is brought to you by Userlist ? the best way for SaaS founders to send onboarding emails, segment your users based on events, and see where your customers get stuck in the product. Start your free trial today at userlist.com.

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2021-09-20
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BDTP. Segments & Lead Scoring with Jason Resnick

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Jason Resnick of ??NurtureKit. You'll learn how to balance nurture sequences and broadcast emails, how to approach segmentation and lead scoring, tips for improving automations, and more.

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Show notesNurtureKit ? Jason?s consulting businessDrip, ConvertKit, ActiveCampaign ? popular email marketing toolsLivestorm ? webinar software Follow Jason on TwitterSubscribe to Jason?s NurtureKit channel on YouTube

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This show is brought to you by Userlist ? the best way for SaaS founders to send onboarding emails, segment your users based on events, and see where your customers get stuck in the product. Start your free trial today at userlist.com.

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2021-09-10
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Episode 221: Behavioral Economics with Kristen Berman

What is behavioral economics, and how can it help us design better products? Our guest today is Kristen Berman, co-founder of Irrational Labs. You?ll learn the key concepts, tips for motivating users, how behavior shapes design, resources for studying behavior, and more.

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Show NotesIrrational Labs ? Kristen?s companyQuicken by Intuit? one of Kristen?s previous projectsDan Ariely ? Kristen?s co-founderWikipedia?s List of Cognitive BiasesThe 3B Framework ? designing for behavioral changeWhy we Do What We Do ? a book by Edward Deci on motivationBurning Man ? a famous festivalSteady ? a fintech appOptimism Bias ? one of the cognitive biasesUserlist ? Jane?s tool, email marketing automation for SaaSJuul ? an example of replacing a behavior instead of stopping it entirelyBehavioral Economics Bootcamp ? 20% off using promocode UIBREAKFASTIrrational Labs Newsletter ? great resource on behavioral economicsPredictably Irrational ? a book by Dan ArielyInfluence ? a book by Robert CialdiniFollow Kristen on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This show is brought to you by Userlist ? the best way for SaaS founders to send onboarding emails, segment your users based on events, and see where your customers get stuck in the product. Start your free trial today at userlist.com.

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2021-09-03
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Episode 220: Best Practices in Design with Karl Gilis

Can we ever skip user testing and simply rely on best practices? Our guest today is Karl Gilis, co-founder of AGConsult. You?ll learn what ?best practices? mean, where to find them, when user testing is still necessary, and more.

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Show NotesAGConsult ? Karl?s consultancyEpisode 111: Effective Website Navigation with Els AertsEpisode 118: Customer Top Tasks with Gerry McGovernDon?t Make Me Think ? a book by Steve KrugNielsen Norman Group ? usability experts who publish the most trusted guidelines in the industryBaymard Institute ? another organization to go for trusted guidelinesUser Interface Engineering ? Jared Spool?s consultancyEpisode 148: SaaS Websites with Josh GarofaloStart With Why ? a book by Simon SinekZalando ? one ecommerce exampleFollow AGConsult founders, Karl & Els, on TwitterFollow Karl on LinkedInToday?s Sponsor 

This episode is brought to you by Wireframe ? a podcast all about creativity and design. They cover a broad range of topics for creative professionals: everything from logo design to UX to typography to product packaging. The show is hosted by Khoi Vinh, Principal Designer at Adobe and one of our previous guests. To listen, search for Wireframe in your podcast app, or follow this link. Our thanks to Wireframe for their support.

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2021-08-23
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BDTP. Mastering Email Software with Brennan Dunn

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Brennan Dunn, co-founder of RightMessage. We discuss how he gained his email automation knowledge, and the best practices for email automation.

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Show notesRightMessage ? Brennan's email automation and lead generation softwareCreateAndSell.co ? Brennan?s project where he teaches intermediate and advanced email marketing strategiesDouble Your Freelancing ? Brennan's previous solo ventureDrip, ConvertKit, Userlist, Customer.io, Mailchimp, ActiveCampaign, Klaviyo ? email marketing providersLiquid ? a templating language built by ShopifyBidsketch, SignWell (formerly Docsketch) ? products by Ruben GamezHelp Scout, HubSpot, RightMessage ? companies that do good email marketingFollow Brennan on Twitter

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This show is brought to you by Userlist ? the best tool for sending onboarding emails and segmenting your SaaS users. To follow the best practices, download our free printable email planning worksheets at userlist.com/worksheets.

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2021-08-13
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Episode 219: Crowdfunding a Book with Jeremy Slagle

What should you do to ensure your Kickstarter campaign success? How can you avoid common pitfalls in structuring your reward tiers? Our guest today is Jeremy Slagle, founder of Slagle Design. You?ll learn how Jeremy successfully launched two children's book projects, his tips on launching a crowdfunding campaign, benefits beyond funding, and more.

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Show NotesHappy Cargo Books ? Jeremy?s book project with Beth StaffordSlagle Design ? Jeremy?s design studioEpisode 149: Tech Education for Kids with Miriam TocinoDropbox Paper ? a collaboration toolKickstarter, GoFundMe ? popular crowdfunding optionsSquarespace ? a popular CMSStudio Neat pens ? a great product exampleIt Will Be Exhilarating ? a book by Studio NeatFind Jeremy at Slagle DesignFollow Jeremy on Twitter and InstagramToday?s Sponsor 

This episode is brought to you by Wireframe ? a podcast all about creativity and design. They cover a broad range of topics for creative professionals: everything from logo design to UX to typography to product packaging. The show is hosted by Khoi Vinh, Principal Designer at Adobe and one of our previous guests. To listen, search for Wireframe in your podcast app, or follow this link. Our thanks to Wireframe for their support.

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2021-08-06
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Episode 218: Building a Calm Company with Hanne Vervaeck

Can you run a successful company while keeping a calm workplace? What practices lead to logical and thoughtful decision making, even in times of high stress? Our guest today is Hanne Vervaeck, COO at Thrive Themes. You?ll learn what ?calm? means to them, practical tips on hiring, how they approach work boundaries and goals, and more.

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Show NotesIt Doesn?t Have to Be Crazy at Work ? book by Jason Fried at BasecampTraction System ? a goal setting frameworkPeter Thiel Principle ? the best individual contributors may not make the best leaders of that roleTheme Builder ? one of the big projects at Thrive ThemesFollow Hanne on LinkedInFollow Thrive Themes on TwitterToday?s Sponsor 

This episode is brought to you by Copilot. Looking for a better way to track your spending? Tired of juggling multiple bank apps? Copilot is a beautifully designed personal finance app created by Google engineers that gives you insights you won't get from your banks. Let Copilot automatically find your subscriptions, categorize your spending, and track your investments and net worth. Download Copilot today at copilot.money and use promocode UIBREAKFAST to double your free trial.

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2021-07-23
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BDTP. Building HR Software with Jonny Burch

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Jonny Burch, co-founder and CEO of Progression. We discuss several challenges they face while operating in the HR space ? from selling their software to aligning vocabulary with customers.

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Show notesProgression ? Jonny's career growth productProgression.fyi ? the original free resourceDeliveroo ? a popular UK-based delivery company, similar to Uber EatsDovetail ? a tool for capturing product insightsFigma ? web-based design tool, a community of design advocatesGainsight ? customer success and product experience softwareSegment ? a popular customer data platform (CDP)Mixpanel ? a tool for event-based analyticsChargebee ? a subscription billing & revops platformChartMogul ? a tool for revenue analyticsSmartlook ? a tool for user behavior tracking, similar to FullStoryFollow Jonny on TwitterFollow Progression on TwitterEmail [email protected] and mention UIBREAKFAST to claim your product discount

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This show is brought to you by Userlist ? the best tool for sending onboarding emails and segmenting your SaaS users. To follow the best practices, download our free printable email planning worksheets at userlist.com/worksheets.

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2021-07-19
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Episode 217: Intuitive Product Design with Fabricio Rosa Marques

What are the principles of intuitive product design? How do we apply them to general-use software, such as a presentation tool? Our guest today is Fabricio Rosa Marques, Head of Product Design at Pitch. You?ll learn the story behind their product, how they arrive at design consensus, how they delight users, and more.

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Show NotesPitch ? Fab?s place of work, a tool for building presentationsTower ? Fab?s previous place of workChristian Reber ? co-founder of PitchDieter Rams ? legendary designer known for being opinionatedFigma ? a popular design toolSlack, Discord, Canva, Zoom, Around, Yac, Webflow ? popular online toolsFollow Fab on TwitterFollow Pitch on TwitterToday?s Sponsor 

This episode is brought to you by Around ? video calls designed for collaboration, not meetings. It's perfect for design sessions, brainstorms, and crits. Here's a recent tweet from a designer about Around: "I love Around so much, it physically pains me to use Zoom or Google Meet. Around makes meetings so much more enjoyable." Try it out for free at around.co/uibreakfast.

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2021-07-09
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Episode 216: Meeting Facilitation with Douglas Ferguson

Can you run effective meetings and still protect maker time? Yes, and you can even transform meetings into delightful, collaborative parts of the day. Our guest today is Douglas Ferguson, President of Voltage Control and author of Magical Meetings. You?ll learn what meetings aren?t necessary, how to run meetings that are, tips on how to make those meetings magical, and more.

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Show NotesVoltage Control ? Douglas?s consulting companyMagical Meetings ? Douglas?s book on getting the most out of meetingsExtreme Programming, Agile, Scrum, Lean, Design Thinking ? popular methodologiesFacilitation Lab ? weekly community meetings at Voltage Control, ThursdaysGoogle Docs, MURAL, Miro, Figma ? popular tools for live collaborationRACI chart ? responsible, accountable, consulted or informedMagical Meetings resourcesVoltage Control?s blogVoltage Control?s courses & workshopsFollow Douglas on  TwitterToday?s Sponsor 

This episode is brought to you by Around ? video calls designed for collaboration, not meetings. Around's lightweight, beautiful and fun interface automatically frees up your screen; it's perfect for design sessions, crits, and brainstorms. Just search for around_hq on Twitter, you'll see that the design community is obsessed with this tool. Try it out for free at around.co/uibreakfast.

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2021-06-25
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BDTP. Driving Behavior Change with Ashutosh Priyadarshy

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Ashutosh Priyadarshy, founder of Sunsama. You'll learn the story behind their productivity tool, how they define customer success, qualify new customers, and more.

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Show notesIntercom ? a popular live chat toolTypeform ? a popular survey toolSuperhuman ? a popular email client with high-touch onboardingAmplitude, FullStory ? product analytics and insights toolsConnect with Ashutosh at [email protected] Ashutosh or [email protected] to get three free months of Sunsama

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This show is brought to you by Userlist ? the best tool for sending onboarding emails and segmenting your SaaS users. To follow the best practices, download our free printable email planning worksheets at userlist.com/worksheets.

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2021-06-18
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Episode 215: Co-Founder Relationships with Shai Schechter

A healthy co-founder relationship is the foundation of a good business. How can we prevent conflicts and alleviate friction? Our guest today is Shai Schechter, co-founder of RightMessage. You?ll learn the story behind RightMessage, how to navigate co-founder relationships, how to leverage different skills and personality types, and more.

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Show NotesRightMessage ? Shai?s product with Brennan DunnDouble Your Freelancing ? Brennan?s Previous BusinessThe story of Userlist, Inc. ? Jane?s co-founder storyThe only wrong answer is 50/50: Calculating the co-founder equity split ? an article by Dan ShapiroCasey Graham ? the growth coach who helped Shai and BrennanThe Synergist Quiz ? the test to figure out your personality type (Visionary, Operator, Processor, Synergist)Rubber Duck Programming ? arriving at solution after problem explanationFollow Shai on TwitterSign up for Shai?s newsletterToday?s Sponsor 

This episode is brought to you by Around ? video calls designed for collaboration, not meetings. It's perfect for design sessions, brainstorms, and crits. Here's a recent tweet from a designer about Around: "I love Around so much, it physically pains me to use Zoom or Google Meet. Around makes meetings so much more enjoyable." Try it out for free at around.co/uibreakfast.

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2021-06-11
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Episode 214: Growing Your Design Career with Scott Belsky

How can we grow as designers within teams and companies? What can we do to stay happy and do our best work? Our guest today is Scott Belsky, founder of Behance and Chief Product Officer at Adobe. You?ll learn how to think about your design career, learn from great designers, work with teammates and leaders, and more.

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Show NotesBehance ? Scott's previous productAdobe ? Scott?s current place of workEpisode 86: The Future of UX with Khoi VinhThe Messy Middle, Making Things Happen ? Scott's BooksAction Method ? Scott?s physical product line (now run by Ghostly)99U ? a conference and resource siteEpisode 195: Minimalist Design with Brian GardnerEpisode 79: Typography in UI Design with Rafal TomalEpisode 62: Teaching Design Theory with Jarrod DrysdaleGetting Started in UI/UX: How to Pursue Your CareerStefan Sagmeister's websiteFollow Scott on TwitterScott's WebsiteToday?s Sponsor 

This episode is brought to you by Hotjar. This tool lets you see how people truly experience your site or product and gives your users a voice. Let real users show and tell you which changes your team should make to improve user experience. Eliminate the guesswork: use Hotjar to understand how users experience your site. Try Hotjar Business free for 3 months at hotjar.com/uibreakfast.

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2021-05-28
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BDTP. Building Relationships Using Email Automation with Liz Painter

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Liz Painter, an email strategist and conversion copywriter at Comma Comma. Liz reveals several ways in which we can improve our copywriting and make meaningful connections with our users through email. The underlying theme? Talk to your users!

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Show notesComma Comma ? Liz's copywriting consultancyCopyhackers ? copywriting instruction siteOtter.ai ? AI transcription serviceRev.com ? human-assisted transcription serviceThinkific ? online course creation siteClickUp ? project management tool, sends emails from a personal addressGitPrime (now Pluralsight Flow) ? analytics for developersFollow Liz on LinkedIn

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This show is brought to you by Userlist ? the best tool for sending onboarding emails and segmenting your SaaS users. To follow the best practices, download our free printable email planning worksheets at userlist.com/worksheets.

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2021-05-21
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Episode 213: Managing Paid Ads with Pamela Wagner

What makes a successful paid ad campaign? How can we make this channel work? Our guest today is Pamela Wagner, founder and CEO of Ajala Digital. You'll learn how Pamela helps clients at her agency, what tools they use, what you can do with various budgets, how to get a better return, and more.

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Show NotesAjala Digital ? Pamela's ad agencyGoogle PageSpeed Insights ? used to evaluate webpage performanceKartra ? a marketing automation toolSegMetrics ? tool for tracking marketing funnel dataGoogle Skillshop ? free training for Google toolsGoogle Ads Help ? Google Ads support resourcesGrow with Google ? free certificate courses and resourcesGoogle Alerts ? service that deliveries email summaries for certain topicsThink with Google ? marketing insights from GoogleFollow Ajala Digital on Facebook and LinkedInToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Around ? video calls designed for collaboration, not meetings. Around's lightweight, beautiful and fun interface automatically frees up your screen; it's perfect for design sessions, crits, and brainstorms. Just search for around_hq on Twitter, you'll see that the design community is obsessed with this tool. Try it out for free at around.co/uibreakfast.

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2021-05-14
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Episode 212: Data-Driven Design Decisions with Zack Naylor

How can we use data to drive discussions and solve disagreements as a product team? How can we, as designers, take a seat at the decision-making table? Today our guest is Zack Naylor, the co-founder and CEO of Aurelius. You?ll learn how to convert data into product insights, how to evaluate quantitative and qualitative data, how to say "no" to product roadmap suggestions, and more.

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Show NotesAurelius ? Zack's product, a UX research and insights toolThe Aurelius Podcast ? Zack?s show, interviews with UX professionalsAurelius Podcast: Episode 40 ? What UX Designers & Researchers Need to Know About Business with Jane PortmanEpisode 201: Data-Driven Insights with Helena RonisEpisode 75: Organizing a UX Research Panel with Ashley WarrenEpisode 209: JTBD Interviews with Alli BlumUserlist ? Jane?s SaaS productShape Up ? a book by Ryan Singer at BasecampEpisode 170: The Power of Workshops with Jonathan CourtneyREWORK ? a podcast by the makers of Basecamp about a better way to work and run your businessFollow Zack on TwitterChat with Zack at AureliusToday?s Sponsor 

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2021-04-30
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BDTP. Using Surveys for Customer Success with Moritz Dausinger

Today we have another episode of Better Done Than Perfect. Listen in as we talk with Moritz Dausinger, founder of Refiner. Moritz shares the story behind his survey tool, when and how to survey your users, and many other tips for making the most of the survey data.

Please head over to the episode page  for the detailed recap and key takeaways.

Show notesRefiner ? Moritz?s product, a survey tool for SaaS companiesMailparser, Docparser ? Moritz?s past projects prior to RefinerSegment ? customer data platform (CDP)Amplitude ? product analytics toolGall?s Law ? the law about complex systems being built from simple systemsCapterra ? software search and comparison toolSaas Growth Hacks ? a popular Facebook group for SaaS foundersQuora ? knowledge sharing platformProduct-Led Growth ? product-based go-to-market strategyFollow Moritz on Twitter

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2021-04-23
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Episode 211: Starting a New SaaS Product with Adii Pienaar

What can we learn about starting new SaaS products from a multi-exit founder? Are there generalized lessons that apply for almost every product? Our guest today is Adii Pinaar, the founder of Cogsy and author of Life Profitability. You?ll learn what lessons Adii accumulated from his prior companies, how to evaluate advice before applying it, how to hire in the early stages, and more.

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Show NotesWooCommerce ? Adii?s prior company acquired by AutomatticConversio (now CM Commerce) ? another one of Adii?s products, acquired by Campaign MonitorLife Profitability ? Adii?s recent bookCogsy ? Adii?s new product, an ecommerce inventory purchasing toolEpisode 157: Serving Your Customer?s Customers with Adii PienaarCarrots, Sticks & Measuring Success with Adii PienaarSKUs ? stock keeping units, part of product catalog, used for inventory trackingMetered billing ? pricing based on usage levelExpansion revenue ? additional revenue generated by existing customersBehind the Scenes: How We Bought userlist.com & Rebranded as UserlistRosie Manning ? brand and product designerUserlist ? Jane?s SaaS productEpisode 172: Naming Your Product with Brad FlowersWho Not How ? book Adii credits with transformative thinking, ?Who do I need to accomplish X?? as opposed to ?How do I accomplish X??TinySeed ? SaaS accelerator for bootstrappersAdii?s websiteFollow Adii on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

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2021-04-16
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Episode 210: Running a UX Patterns Library with Ramy Khuffash

What does it take to successfully run a content library for designers? What are the challenges? Our guest today is Ramy Khuffash, indie hacker and founder of Page Flows and Screenjar. You?ll learn about Ramy?s founder journey, how he works on multiple products simultaneously, how content products compare to traditional SaaS products, his pricing strategy, and more.

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Show NotesPage Flows ? Ramy?s project, a library of UX patternsScreenjar ? Ramy?s video messaging toolUI Movement ? Newsletter Ramy created to share design animation (now Screenlane)The Mom Test ? a book by Rob FitzpatrickMonosnap ? desktop screen recorderProduct Hunt, Indie Hackers, Hackers News ? sources for Ramy?s content inspirationUserlist ? Jane?s SaaS productCanva ? a popular design tool with good templatesClubhouse ? a popular audio chat applicationTrends.vc ? Dru Riley?s productNomad List ? a popular resource for digital nomads Key Values ? tool for value-based hiringEpisode 163: Building Communities with Courtland AllenCustomer Success for Infoproducts with Alex HillmanRocket Gems ? Ramy?s blog Follow Ramy on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

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2021-04-05
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Episode 209: JTBD Interviews with Alli Blum

How can you do better at user interviews (even if the process scares you)? Our guest today is Alli Blum, SaaS researcher and strategist. You?ll learn all about the Jobs to Be Done framework, top questions to ask, biggest challenges, best practices of conduct, and more.

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Show NotesEpisode 112: Optimizing SaaS Trials with Alli BlumBetter Done Than Perfect. Switch Interviews & Strategic Context with Alli BlumEpisode 181: Jobs to Be Done with Jim KalbachThe Jobs To Be Done Playbook ? Jim Kalbach?s bookPersonas, Jobs to Be Done, the Hero?s Journey ? the user research frameworks Alli mentionsApril Dunford ? a B2B Tech positioning consultant, speaker, and authorUserlist ? Jane?s SaaS productuserinterviews.com ? a platform for recruiting research participantsThe Mom Test ? a book by Rob FitzpatrickBob Moesta and Chris Spiek ? Uncovering JTBDHow to Use Jobs to Be Done to Perfect Your Positioning ? Claire Suellentrop?s talk at MicroConf Growth 2018Demand Maven ? Asia Orangio?s SaaS growth consultancyalliblum.com/jtbdFollow Alli on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

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2021-03-18
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Episode 208: Illustration Systems with Pablo Stanley

Is great illustration a privilege of industry giants? What if every software project could use it freely? Our guest today is Pablo Stanley, iconic illustrator and co-founder at Blush. He shares his take on creativity, illustration systems, his favorite brands, illustration sourcing at Blush, and more.

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Show NotesBlush ? Pablo?s design appStart With Why ? a book by Simon SinekJohn Maeda ? one of Pablo?s design heroesDropbox, Mailchimp, Intercom ? brands that leverage great illustrationsUnsplash ? the most popular source of free imagesFollow Pablo on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

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2021-03-05
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BDTP. Customer Success for Infoproducts with Alex Hillman

Today we?re bringing you the first episode of Better Done Than Perfect?s Season 2. Join us for a talk with Alex Hillman, founder of Stacking The Bricks and author of The Tiny MBA. We discuss the company?s conception and philosophy, how they handle customer service, what makes a great course, and so much more.

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Show notesStacking The Bricks ? Alex?s company together with Amy HoyNoko, EveryTimeZone ? products by Amy Hoy, Alex?s partner30x500 ? Alex and Amy?s flagship productIndy Hall ? Alex?s famous coworking space, now a remote work communityJust F#*!ing Ship ? a book by Amy and AlexWrite Useful Books ? a book & tool by Rob FitzpatrickUI Breakfast Episode 206: Writing Useful Books with Rob FitzpatrickBear ? a note-taking appThe Essential Podcasting Guide ? a book by Craig Hewitt of CastosNathan Barry?s ConvertKit AcademyMastering ConvertKit ? a course by Brennan Dunn available at Double Your Freelancing RateFundamental UI Design ? a book Jane wrote for InVision (currently a free course)BadAss: Making Users Awesome ? a book by Kathy SierraFollow Alex on TwitterThe Tiny MBA ? Alex?s book (use promocode BDTP20 at checkout for 20% off)

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2021-02-26
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Episode 207: Scheduling & Calendar Design with Derrick Reimer

What makes a successful scheduling app? We may never know the exact answer, but we can learn from some of the best. Our guest today is Derrick Reimer, founder of SavvyCal. He shares the story behind his new product, calendar design tips, customer success insights, tool recommendations, and much more.

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Show NotesSavvyCal ? Derrick?s product we?re talking aboutEpisode 150: Understanding Product-Market Fit with Derrick ReimerDrip, Level, StaticKit ? Derrick?s previous productsCalendly ? a popular scheduling toolThe UI Audit: Interview with Tope Awotona of CalendlyEpisode 64: Making Freemium Work with Bridget HarrisEpisode 183: Customer Success with Anna JacobsonFullCalendar ?a Javascript event libraryUserlist ? Jane?s productSunrise, Sunsama ? popular calendar-based productsLinear, Twitter, Stripe, Tailwind UI  ? examples of design that inspire DerrickEpisode 154: Refactoring UI with Adam Wathan and Steve SchogerCorey Haines ? helps Derrick with MarketingSavvyCal on Product HuntFollow Derrick on TwitterGet 25% off your first year of SavvyCal using promocode UIBREAKFASTToday?s Sponsor

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2021-02-22
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Episode 206: Writing Useful Books with Rob Fitzpatrick

What does it take to write a truly useful book? How do you measure and optimize reader engagement? Our guest today is Rob Fitzpatrick, author of The Mom Test and entrepreneur. You?ll hear Rob?s take on traditional publishing vs self-publishing, customer interviews, testing, iteration cycles, book marketing, reader profiles, and his DEEP writing framework.

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Show NotesThe Mom Test, Workshop Survival Guide ? Rob?s booksDEEP ? Rob?s framework for writing (Desirable, Effective, Engaging and Polished)Authority ? a book by Nathan BarryThe E-myth Revisited ? a book by Michael E. GerberSense & Respond Press, Rosenfeld Media ? tech-themed publishersThe Tiny MBA ? a book by Alex HillmanThe Brain Audit ? a book by Sean D?SouzaAlexander Osterwalder, Yves Pigneur ? the authors of Business Model Generation who invested heavily in illustrations for their bookwriteusefulbooks.com ? Rob?s websiteFollow Rob on Twitter or email him at [email protected]Today?s Sponsor

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2021-02-12
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Episode 205: Building Your Platform with Corbett Barr

Not having an online platform these days is tantamount to being invisible. But how do you build and leverage it wisely? Today?s guest is Corbett Barr, founder and CEO of Fizzle. You?ll hear his take on social media, privacy, digital selves, platforms vs protocols, email lists, lead magnets, trends, and much more.

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Show NotesFizzle ? Corbett?s companyEmail, RSS, podcasting ? open protocols (you own the connection to your audience)Episode 178: Your Personal Design Style with Meg LewisGary Vaynerchuk ? an entrepreneur, author, speaker and famous Internet personalityJustin Jackson ? a SaaS entrepreneur who is highly active in communitiesDesign Cuts by Tom Ross ? a good example of ?bundle? lead magnetsJames Clear ? entrepreneur/author known for his huge email listSignal, Telegram ? alternatives to WhatsAppUserlist ? Jane?s productHeroku ? a cloud application platformAWS ? Amazon?s cloud computing serviceElectronic Frontier Foundation ? an organization that defends censorship, privacy and online freedomPlatformer ? a Subtext newsletter by Casey Newton on politics and technologyKara Swisher ? a New York Times tech journalist covering the Internet since 1994Substack, ConvertKit ? paid newsletter platforms geared towards creatorscorbettbarr.com ? Corbett?s personal blogFollow Corbett on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by User.com ? a marketing automation software for SaaS companies. The company is hosting the online SaaS Growth Summit (February 11-12, 2021), an event that will feature Saas keynote speakers such as Rand Fishkin, Nathan Latka, April Dunford, and more. UI Breakfast?s very own Jane Portman will also be joining the stage. Head over to saassummit.user.com to join for free.

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2021-02-05
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Episode 204: Cross-Device Experiences with Cheryl Platz

As designers, we?re often used to one device format, and that may lead to mistakes. What about accessibility? How can we design seamless experiences for multiple devices? Our guest today is Cheryl Platz, author of Design Beyond Devices. You?ll hear about multimodal design, UX frameworks, system behavior models, accessibility, nudges vs notifications, brainstorming, and more.

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Show NotesDesign Beyond Devices ? Cheryl?s bookIdeaplatz ? Cheryl?s consultancyAmazon Alexa ? the product Cheryl worked on, along with the Echo deviceBill & Melinda Gates Foundation ? Cheryl?s current consulting projectEpisode 202: Designing for Accessibility with Cat NooneCROW worksheets ? a free download based on a framework for capturing customer contextCapturing Customer Context ? an upcoming workshop by CherylSwimlane diagram ? a flowchart that visually represents job-sharing and responsibilities for sub-processes of a business process (Wikipedia article)Atomic Design ? a book by Brad FrostAlexa notifications platformUserlist ? Jane?s productAnna Abovyan ? an interview of this multimodal designer is featured in Cheryl?s bookJourney Mapping 101 ? an introductory Nielsen Norman Group articleideaplatz.com ? Cheryl?s design-focused websitecherylplatz.com ? Cheryl?s broader, professional websiteUse promocode UIBREAKFASTDBD0121 to get 20% off Cheryl?s book on Rosenfeld Media?s website until February 28, 2021Follow Cheryl on Twitter, LinkedIn, and MediumToday?s Sponsor

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2021-01-29
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Episode 203: Designing for Financial Services with Rob Gifford

Designing for financial apps hides many UX challenges. Is it all about fancy dashboards? How do you balance simplicity and information density?. Our guest today is Rob Gifford, Managing Director of Experience Design at Mad*Pow. He shares his story in the profession, and provides resources, examples, research, and inspiration for anyone looking to delve into financial product design.

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Show NotesMad*Pow ? Rob?s companyEpisode 162: Designing for Behavior Change with Amy BucherEpisode 140: Sustainable UX with James ChristieA Brief Introduction to the COM-B Model of Behaviour and the PRIM Theory of Motivation ? an article by Robert West and Susan MichieBJ Fogg ? the Stanford University behavior design researcher known for the Fogg Behavior ModelEpisode 131: Design Sprint with Jonathan CourtneyThe Paradox of Choice ? a book by Barry SchwartzSelf-determination theory ? a Wikipedia articleLemonade insurance, Betterment, Credit Karma, Mint ? examples of user-friendly financial appsEngaged ? a book by Amy Bucher, recommended by Rob as a great introduction to behavioral designDesign for Behavior Change ? a book by Steven WendelMadpow?s upcoming eventsMadpow?s case studiesgiffordux.com ? Rob?s personal websiteFollow Rob on LinkedIn and TwitterToday?s Sponsor

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2021-01-22
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BDTP. Helping Users Do Their Work with Kristina Quinones

We?re bringing you another special episode from the Better Done Than Perfect vault! In this episode, our guest is Kristina Quinones, Head of Customer Experience at MeetEdgar. We discuss how they do onboarding at MeetEdgar, their 7-day free trial experiment, content batching parties, and much more.

Please head over to the episode page for the detailed recap and key takeaways.

Show notesSwitch Interviews & Strategic Content with Alli BlumMeetEdgar?s content batching parties playlistDemio ? webinar software?First Friend? ? MeetEdgar?s concept of having that one person support a user throughout their onboarding journeyMixpanel ? a product analytics toolmeetedgar.comFollow MeetEdgar on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest and LinkedInFollow Kristina on Twitter

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2021-01-15
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Episode 202: Designing for Accessibility with Cat Noone

How can we do better at designing websites and applications, so that they cater for people with special needs? Our guest today is Cat Noone, CEO of Stark. You?ll hear about Cat?s mission-driven SaaS, examples of inclusive design, her tool recommendations, as well as her expert tips on accessible design.

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Show NotesStark ? Cat?s companyHanlon?s razor ? a rule of thumb that states ?never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity?Figma, AdobeXD, Sketch ? popular UI design softwareStark raises $1.5M for a toolkit that helps developers and others create more inclusive design ? a TechCrunch announcement of Stark?s recent fundingApple?s Human Interface GuidelinesStark?s blogUnderstanding Conformance ? a W3 article on WCAG 2.0 conformance levels (AA/AAA regulations)Apple, Microsoft, Fable, Barclays ? companies that do great at inclusive designMicrosoft Design ? where to download Microsoft?s inclusive design toolkitSign up for Stark?s newsletterStark?s Slack communityFollow Stark on Twitter and InstagramFollow Cat on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Userlist ? a lifecycle messaging tool for your SaaS product. At Userlist, our mission is to make your founder journey more enjoyable and less overwhelming. That?s why we built an email automation tool that does exactly what you need. No more, no less. Manage your users, segment them, and get in touch throughout their journey ? all based on their behavior. Try Userlist free whenever you?re ready at userlist.com.

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2021-01-08
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Episode 201: Data-Driven Insights with Helena Ronis

How can analytics direct us to the right path for our product? And how can we lay the best foundations for measuring website engagement? Our guest today is Helena Ronis, founder and CEO of AllFactors. You?ll hear Helena?s recommendations on analytics, content marketing, driving traffic, SEO, engagement, readership, and much more.

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Show NotesAllFactors ? Helena?s product, a marketing analytics toolVoxSnap ? Helena?s previous productGDPR, CCPA ? key privacy actsAdobe Analytics, Google 360 ? enterprise web analytics toolsMIT Sloan ? MIT?s world-renowned business schoolAllFactor?s Marketing Insights Blog ? their blog where you can follow Helena?s SaaS Marketing seriesHow Copysmith is Utilizing The GPT-3 AI to Automate Copywriting for Marketing ? Helena?s interview with Copysmith founder Jasmine WangSurvival to Thrival ? a two-book series for startups by Bob Tinker and Tae Hea NahmUserlist ? Jane?s productFollow Helena on Twitter and LinkedInWomen Founders Community ? Helena?s Facebook group for female foundersDrop Helena a line at [email protected]Today?s Sponsor

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2021-01-01
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BDTP. Switch Interviews & Strategic Context with Alli Blum

Today we invite you to listen to another one of our Better Done Than Perfect episodes. Our guest is Alli Blum, SaaS consultant extraordinaire and onboarding strategist. You?ll learn about Alli?s professional journey, her definition of ideal onboarding, customer success milestones, and her bulletproof advice on conducting customer interviews.

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Show notesalliblum.com ? Alli?s websiteUI Breakfast Episode 112: Optimizing SaaS Trials with Alli BlumConducting Switch Interviews ? an article by ThoughtbotJTBD for User Onboarding with Ramli JohnStop Aiming at Happiness: Unconventional Wisdom for Customer Success ? Anna Jacobsen?s Microconf talkWhat is a North Star metric? ? a Mixpanel articleHow Long Should Your Pages Be? ? an article on stages of awareness by Copy HackersThe JTBD methodology by Bob Moesta and Chris Spiek, one of Alli?s recommended resourcesForget the Funnel by Claire Suellentrop and Gia Laudi ? one of Alli?s recommended resourcesCopy Hackers by Joanna Weibe ? one of Alli?s recommended resourcesThe Mom Test ? a book by Rob Fitzpatrick, Jane?s recommendation

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2020-12-25
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Episode 200: The Power of Branding with Dennis Field

Today we celebrate episode #200 with Dennis Field, who was our first guest when the podcast started in 2014. Dennis is the brand specialist at InVision, and the founder of Happy Patron. We talk about branding ? the buzzword of the century. How do we define it, and how do we apply this knowledge to UI/UX design? What is the user?s role in your brand?s story? You?ll hear Dennis talk about his work process, brand amplification, storytelling, finding your ?why?, employee branding, and the various facets of brand love.

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Show NotesEpisode 1: Dennis FieldEpisode 50: Becoming a Brand Evangelist with Dennis FieldInVision ? one of the most popular product design platforms, where Dennis worksHappy Patron ? Dennis?s productFundamental UI Design ? Jane?s InVision courseWhat is Employee Branding? Why Does Your Company Need It? ? an article by Migs BassigStart With Why ? a popular book by Simon Sinek, Jane?s favoriteCulture Amp ? an employee branding and amplification toolWho Gives a Crap ? an outstanding brand of organic toilet paperHomesick Candles ? a unique candle company (another great example of brand storytelling)Episode 178: Your Personal Design Style with Meg LewisEpisode 169: Building Your Brand with Austin ChurchFreehand ? InVision?s free whiteboard featureiamdennisfield.com ? Dennis?s personal websiteFollow Dennis on LinkedIn and TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Userlist ? a lifecycle messaging tool for your SaaS product. At Userlist, our mission is to make your founder journey more enjoyable and less overwhelming. That?s why we built an email automation tool that does exactly what you need. No more, no less. Manage your users, segment them, and get in touch throughout their journey ? all based on their behavior. Try Userlist free whenever you?re ready at userlist.com.

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2020-12-18
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Episode 199: Thought-Based Interfaces with Afshin Mehin

Thought-based technologies might often be a cause for fear, but they are nothing new under the sun. By learning more about these technologies and dismantling negative beliefs, designers may be able to stay ahead of the game by catching glimpses into the future. Our guest today is Afshin Mehin, designer and founder of Woke Studio. We dive into the world of thought-based interfaces where you?ll learn about neurotechnology, robotics design, user psychology, and the fascinating potentials for UX design.

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Show NotesWoke ? Afshin?s product design studioIdeo ? Afshin?s previous place of workNeuralink ? a company founded by Elon Musk (Woke designed enclosures for their R1 surgical robot)Neuroplasticity ? a Wikipedia articleKinesthesia ? a Wikipedia articleInfluence: the Psychology of Persuasion ? a book by Robert B. CialdiniEpisode 173: Voice UX with Sina KahenSeeing Around the Corners ? a book by Rita McGrathNeurotech ? a popular conference on nThe Woke blogFollow Woke on InstagramToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Userlist ? a lifecycle messaging tool for SaaS companies. It?s perfect for sending smart onboarding campaigns, or any other behavior-based communication. We have everything you need to get started quickly and painlessly: developer-friendly API, campaign templates, and hands-on support from the founders. Try Userlist free at userlist.com.

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2020-12-11
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Episode 198: Desktop Apps vs Web Apps with Steve McLeod

What are the main differences between running desktop apps versus web apps? And which of the two comes with less hassle and problems down the line? Our guest today is Steve McLeod, the founder of Feature Upvote and acquirer of Saber Feedback. You?ll hear Steve?s opinion on switching from desktop to web-based apps, the various maintenance and support issues that may arise, the ?boring? aspects of running complex software, and how to prevent the stress that often comes with SaaS.

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Show NotesFeature Upvote,Saber Feedback ? Steve?s SaaS productsPatrick McKenzie ? Steve?s inspirationWhy I sold my startup for £100,000 ? the story of Saber Feedback acquisition by its original founder Matt BearmanBootstrapped.fm ? Steve?s podcast for bootstrapped SaaS foundersEpisode 135: Multi-Product Portfolio Model for SaaS with JD GraffamUserlist ? Jane?s SaaS productUlysses ? a writing app by Max SeelemannEpisode 161: Managing Product Versions with Max SeelemannScreenFlow, Sublime, Balsamiq, iA Writer, Byword, 1Password ? some of the apps Steve and Jane useFollow Steven on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Userlist ? a lifecycle messaging tool for your SaaS product. At Userlist, our mission is to make your founder journey more enjoyable and less overwhelming. That?s why we built an email automation tool that does exactly what you need. No more, no less. Manage your users, segment them, and get in touch throughout their journey ? all based on their behavior. Try Userlist free whenever you?re ready at userlist.com.

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2020-12-04
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BDTP. Templates & Onboarding Videos with Christopher Gimmer

Today we invite you to listen to one of our latest episodes from Better Done Than Perfect, a new show for SaaS founders. Enjoy this interview with Christopher Gimmer, co-founder of Snappa, where we explore the fascinating topic of templates and onboarding videos. You?ll learn all about these powerful onboarding tools and how to use them effectively in your SaaS company. You?ll also hear Christopher?s take on repurposed content, conversions, the friction of confirmation emails, and much more.

Please head over to the episode page for the detailed recap and key takeaways.

Show notesSnappa ? Christopher?s SaaS product together with Marc ChouinardProduct-Led Institute by Wes BushChecklist ? a productivity appInspire, Not Instruct: How We Do User Onboarding at UserlistFollow Christopher on Twitter

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2020-11-27
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Episode 197: Building All-In-One Products with Jesse Hanley

Classic product recommendation is to focus on something, but ?all-in-one? products can also get wildly successful. How are they made? Do their multiple features cause chaos and anxiety, or is there a secret sauce to creating harmony? Our guest today is developer, advertizer, and Bento founder Jesse Hanley. You?ll hear how Jesse has been expanding his product over the years, and how he masterfully juggles multiple features, a large user base, support tickets, and much more.

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Show NotesBento ? Jesse?s all-in-one SaaS product, email marketing automationUserlist ? Jane?s SaaS productDrip, Klaviyo, Intercom ? other popular marketing automation platformsBasecamp ? a popular project management and team communication toolReact Native ? a tool for building mobile appsSlack ? a popular team communication appLoom ? a video messaging toolElasticsearch, Honeybadger ? tools Jesse uses for fast search queries and error reportingBraze ? a mobile engagement automation companyDynamic Yield ? a UX optimization platform, acquired by McDonald?s in 2019RightMessage ? a web personalization tool by Brennan Dunn and Shai SchechterFollow Bento on TwitterFollow Jesse on Twitter or send him a DMjessehanley.com ? Jesse?s personal websiteToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Userlist ? a lifecycle messaging tool for SaaS companies. It?s perfect for sending smart onboarding campaigns, or any other behavior-based communication. We have everything you need to get started quickly and painlessly: developer-friendly API, campaign templates, and hands-on support from the founders. Try Userlist free at userlist.com.

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2020-11-20
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Episode 196: The ROI of UX with Mark Baldino

How can we measure the success of our UX work as consultants? How do we even start this conversation with clients, if such metrics involve additional research work?? Our guest today is Mark Baldino, co-founder of Fuzzy Math. You?ll learn all about Mark?s consultancy and his answers to these pressing ROI questions, as well as his view on measuring user satisfaction, creating effective surveys, and more.

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Show NotesFuzzy Math ? Mark?s UX design consultancyEpisode 164: Enterprise Product Design with Rakesh PatwariNPS (Net Promoter Score) ? a popular research method (Wikipedia article)SUPR-Q ? an 8 item questionnaire for measuring the quality of user experience (you can use the method for free, or buy a license to access industry benchmarks)What Are XLAs? Experience Level Agreements Explained ? an article by Joseph MathengeUserlist ? Jane?s SaaS productFollow Fuzzy Math?s blogJoin Fuzzy Math's monthly newsletterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Userlist ? a lifecycle messaging tool for your SaaS product. At Userlist, our mission is to make your founder journey more enjoyable and less overwhelming. That?s why we built an email automation tool that does exactly what you need. No more, no less. Manage your users, segment them, and get in touch throughout their journey ? all based on their behavior. Try Userlist free whenever you?re ready at userlist.com.

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2020-11-13
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Episode 195: Minimalist Design with Brian Gardner

Minimalism may be considered merely an aesthetic choice, but it also determines many other decisions we make in product design and life in general. How can designers implement and stand by their minimalist principles in web and product design? Our guest today is minimalist designer Brian Gardner, founder and CEO of Agent Engine. You?ll learn about Brian?s journey into minimalism, his design philosophy, and his recommendations on staying true to your values.

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Show NotesAgent Engine ? Brian?s companyStudioPress, Copyblogger ? Brian?s previous projectsNo Sidebar ? Brian?s famous minimalist projectTony Clark, Jason Schuller ? Brian?s Agent Engine partnersCompass, Century 21 ? examples of well-designed real estate websitesJoshua Becker ? the founder of Becoming MinimalistRafal Tomal ? Brian?s previous partner at StudioPressYoga with Adriene ? a popular YouTuber?s website, designed by BrianUgmonk ? a minimalist clothing brandFigma, Grammarly, ConvertKit ? Brian?s favorite toolsSquarespace ? a popular website builder with a minimalistic flairTypeWolf, OnePageLove, DarkModeDesign ? Brian?s favorite minimalist design resourcesInterfont, FontFoundry ? Brian?s favorite font resourcesGoogle Fonts, Adobe Fonts? popular font repositoriesInter ? a good minimalist example of Google Fontsbriangardner.com ? Brian?s website and portfolioFollow Brian on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

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2020-11-06
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Episode 194: The New Marketing with Claire Suellentrop

The year of 2020 has introduced us to the ?new normal? ? which we?re, admittedly, still struggling to get accustomed to. How does this, along with the current social unrest, affect the way users make purchasing decisions? Our guest today is Claire Suellentrop, SaaS marketing and growth advisor. You?ll hear Claire?s recommendations on post-pandemic marketing, customer research, company culture, and more.

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Show NotesForget the Funnel ? Claire?s project with Georgiana LaudiEpisode 92: Behind the Scenes of Userlist.io Research with Claire SuellentropCalendly ? a popular scheduling tool; Claire?s previous place of work as head of marketingProfitWell ? SaaS metrics toolReciprocity in Marketing: How to Apply This Principle ? a ReferralRock articleHelp Founders ? a past initiative by UserlistVito ? an online hub for groups; a new product by Paul Campbell and the Tito teamEpisode 165: Designing Event Experiences with Paul CampbellApril Dunford?s Twitter thread on product positioning in a downturnLeading Change in Your SaaS? Growth Strategy when Change Is Hard ? an interview with Asia Matos Orangio on FTFPlease take part in the UI Breakfast Podcast SurveyFollow Claire on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Userlist ? a lifecycle messaging tool for your SaaS product. At Userlist, our mission is to make your founder journey more enjoyable and less overwhelming. That?s why we built an email automation tool that does exactly what you need. No more, no less. Manage your users, segment them, and get in touch throughout their journey ? all based on their behavior. Try Userlist free whenever you?re ready at userlist.com.

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2020-10-30
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Episode 193: Designing for Tablets with Mark McGranaghan

How different are tablet interfaces to those of phones and desktops? And what makes a tablet-based app fully functional and worth building? Our guest today is Mark McGranaghan, founding partner at Muse Software and principal investigator at Ink & Switch. You?ll hear Mark?s angle on tablet interface design, industrial research, user onboarding, as well as his advice on building tools for thought.

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Show NotesMuse ? Mark?s productInk & Switch ? Mark?s industrial research lab focusing on creativity & productivityProductivity articles by Shawn BlancOnboarding with Jane Portman ? a Metamuse podcast episodeMilanote ? tool for organizing creative projectsNotion, Roam ? modern tools for thoughtProcreate ? a digital illustration app for the iPadMicrosoft Research ? a great entryway to academic research on tabletsmarkmcgranaghan.com ? Mark?s websiteFind Mark on LinkedIn and TwitterToday?s Sponsor

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2020-10-23
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Episode 192: World Wide Waste with Gerry McGovern

As product people, we handle vast amounts of data without thinking about the environment. We make copies and backups of everything, and even our devices are powered to the max. Can we do better? Our guest today is Gerry McGovern, the author of World Wide Waste. You?ll learn about the current risks associated with data waste, along with Gerry?s tips on digital sustainability and minimizing your footprint.

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Show NotesWorld Wide Waste ? Gerry?s recent bookEpisode 118: Customer Top Tasks with Gerry McGovernEpisode 140: Sustainable UX with James ChristieWebsite Carbon Calculator ? a tool for estimating your website?s carbon footprintUserlist ? Jane's SaaS productgerrymcgovern.com ? Gerry?s websiteFollow Gerry on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Hover. Register a domain name for your design portfolio and choose from over 300 domain name extensions. No matter what area of the creative space you are in, there?s a domain name waiting for it ? from .design and .art to .ink, .photo and more. Check them out at hover.com/uibreakfast.

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2020-10-16
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Episode 191: From Information to Understanding with Stephen Anderson

How can information be best learned, dissected, and communicated across teams, industries, and products? Our guest today is Stephen Anderson, the founder of the Mighty Minds Club and author of Figure It Out. You?ll hear Stephen?s thoughts on the nature of information, cognition and thinking, interaction design, the importance of team dialogue, his virtual club project, and much more.

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Show NotesFigure It Out ? Stephen?s latest book Seductive Interaction Design ? Stephen?s first book Mental Notes ? Stephen?s card deck productFrom Paths to Sandboxes ? Stephen?s MidwestUX talkEpisode 170: The Power of Workshops with Jonathan CourtneyThe Infinite Game ? a famous book by Simon SinekExplorable Explanations ? Nicky Case?s blogST Math ? an online visual math program by MIND Research InstituteDynamicland ? an interactive computing platform by Brad VictoryThinkific ? a popular tool for creating coursesThe Mighty Minds Club ? Stephen?s membership program for product teamsFollow Stephen on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Hover ? the domain name registrar that helps you brand your next big creative idea. With Hover, you can register a domain name for your design portfolio or creative business, choosing from over 300 domain name extensions. Find your next catchy domain name at hover.com/uibreakfast.

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2020-10-09
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Episode 190: Software Ideas with Kevin Conti

It might seem that new software products randomly appear in a vacuum, but it?s far from true. How can product ideas be generated, validated, and successfully implemented? Our guest today is Kevin Conti, the founder of Software Ideas. You?ll hear Kevin?s thoughts on product development, validation, marketing, niche review sites, bootstrapping, and presales, as well as his advice for new founders.

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Show NotesSoftwareideas.io ? Kevin?s project we?re talking aboutCodernotes.io ? Kevin?s previous SaaS productEpisode 175: Product Trends with Dru Riley of Trends.vcEpisode 188: Marketing Ideas and Experiments with Kacper StaniulUserlist ? Jane?s SaaS productEpisode 150: Understanding Product-Market Fit with Derrick ReimerCrunchbase ? a popular paid databaseG2, Capterra ? popular software review sitesThe Inc. 5000 List of America?s Most Inspiring EntrepreneursThe Mom Test ? a book by Rob FitzpatrickThe Startup J Curve ? a book by Howard LoveFollow Kevin on Twitterkevinconti.com ? Kevin?s personal blogToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Hover. Register a domain name for your design portfolio and choose from over 300 domain name extensions. No matter what area of the creative space you are in, there?s a domain name waiting for it ? from .design and .art to .ink, .photo and more. Check them out at hover.com/uibreakfast.

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2020-10-02
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Episode 189: Prioritizing Features with Corinn Pope

When developing a SaaS product, founders and product managers always have to deal with limited resources. Is there a formula for making the best feature decisions? Our guest today is Corinn Pope, founder of Speckled and prioritization expert. You?ll hear Corinn?s recommendations on roadmaps, decision-making formulas,  prioritization processes, and management tips for all kinds of products.

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Show NotesSpeckled ? Corinn?s product, a prioritization and decision-making toolRICE (research, impact, confidence, effort) ? a prioritization framework by IntercomEpisode 125: Defining & Building New Features with Emily TateEpisode 132: Feature Audit with Brian RheaShape Up ? a productivity method by Basecamp (also a book)Userlist ? Jane?s SaaS productObviously Awesome ? a book by April DunfordHow We Used April Dunford?s 10-Step Method to Overhaul Positioning at UserlistNotion ? an all-in-one workspace tool for teamsFollow Corinn and Speckled on Twittercorinnpope.com ? Corinn?s personal websiteToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Webflow. It gives designers the power of code in a visual interface, allowing you to directly build whatever you have in mind ? without engineers. Webflow?s whole thesis is that designers are used to learning complex visual software, but none of these tools actually output production code. Webflow takes that next step by bringing the power of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript into a visual interface. Webflow: the power of code, without writing it. Create a new account at wfl.io/clever and use promo code UXUIBREAKFAST to get 10% off any annual plan.

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2020-09-25
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Episode 188: Marketing Ideas & Experiments with Kacper Staniul

How do you keep track of numerous marketing ideas, and decide which ones to implement? Our guest today is Kacper Staniul, growth marketer and maker of Scrapbook. You?ll hear the story behind Kacper?s collection of growth tactics, his lead generation tips, competitor analysis hacks, and a plethora of tool recommendations.

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Show NotesScrapbook ? Kacper?s project, a database of SaaS growth ideas Airtable ? a popular no-code (low-code) platformDave McClure?s Pirate Metrics: The AARRR Funnel In A Nutshell ? an article by Gennaro CuofanoPredict Leads, Bombora ? intelligence tools for intent dataBuiltWith ? a tool for web technology profilingUserlist ? Jane?s SaaS productProfitWell, Baremetrics, Churn Buster ? popular tools that allow failed payment recoveryICE Scoring ? a popular prioritization modelNotion ? an all-in-one workspace toolPageflows ? a collection of user flow patternsFollow Kacper on TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by Webflow. It gives designers the power of code in a visual interface, allowing you to directly build whatever you have in mind ? without engineers. Webflow?s whole thesis is that designers are used to learning complex visual software, but none of these tools actually output production code. Webflow takes that next step by bringing the power of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript into a visual interface. Webflow: the power of code, without writing it. Create a new account at wfl.io/clever and use promo code UXUIBREAKFAST to get 10% off any annual plan.

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2020-09-18
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Episode 187: Emotional Design with Adi Mazor Kario

Real behavior change is fueled by emotion. How can designers leverage this universal truth to enhance their products and impact user journeys? Our guest today is Adi Mazor Kario, a design strategist, innovation expert, and author. You?ll learn about emotion-based innovation, empathizing with users, trust-based onboarding, and applying emotional design in a variety of industries.

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Show NotesWizard, Invincible Innovation, ExStrategy ? Adi?s companies and projectsInnovating Through Chaos ? Adi?s new bookEpisode 119: Emotional Targeting with Talia WolfEpisode 173: Voice UX with Sina Kahen8 Things UX/UI Designers Can Learn From Steve Jobs ? an article by Julia ZellEpisode 131: Design Sprint with Jonathan CourtneyInspire, Not Instruct: How We Do User Onboarding at Userlist ? Jane?s articleHarnessing the Wind of Change ? Adi?s upcoming bookChinese ?Wind of Change? proverbInvincible Innovation ? Adi?s websiteConnect with Adi on LinkedIn and TwitterToday?s Sponsor

This episode is brought to you by the new season of Wireframe ? a podcast by Adobe about how UX can help technology fit into our lives. Whether you?re a designer or simply design-curious, you?ll learn how design intersects with the current world changes and hear from major leaders in the design and technology industries. Check out the show here, or just search for ?Wireframe? in your favorite podcast app.

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2020-09-11
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