A bowl of Smarties; one is a different colour

A tasteful interview with Tom Vanderbilt

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Download (mp3: 20.7MB, 43:13) De gustibus non disputandum est. What we like and how we choose

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Gerry GaffneyA tasteful interview with Tom Vanderbilt
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Machine I: An interview with Kayla Heffernan

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Download (mp3: 12.1MB, 25:11) More than skin deep. The world of non-medical insertable devices

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Gerry GaffneyMachine I: An interview with Kayla Heffernan
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The importance of invalidation: Tomer Sharon on Lean User Research

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Download (mp3: 17MB, 35:27) How do you know your idea is any good? Through validation or invalidation

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Gerry GaffneyThe importance of invalidation: Tomer Sharon on Lean User Research
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Customer as superhero: An interview with Donna Lichaw

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Download (mp3: 14.8MB, 30:53) How to understand your customers and design effectively for them

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Gerry GaffneyCustomer as superhero: An interview with Donna Lichaw
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Explain yourself! An interview with Tom Greever

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Download (mp3: 25.4MB, 37:44) Communicating your ideas, eliciting feedback, and fighting your corner

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Gerry GaffneyExplain yourself! An interview with Tom Greever
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Reasonable doubt – Juries, the law and plain language: An interview with Prof James Ogloff

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Download (mp3: 25.4MB, 26:25) How can jurors (or judges) better understand the law? What is “reasonable doubt”?

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Gerry GaffneyReasonable doubt – Juries, the law and plain language: An interview with Prof James Ogloff