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UX Cake is back with Season 3!

Season 3, Ep. 0

UX cake podcast is coming back for Season 3 !!


I have missed you all so much these last couple of years while the podcast has been on a break ,and I'm really excited to share with you some of the changes that are coming in season three and give you just a little glimpse into some of the great content and learning that you have to look forward to.


UX cake has always been a podcast that helps you become more effective in your work and to really grow in your career, tune in to hear more of what you can expect from season 3.


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More Episodes

3/29/2022

Transitioning Into User Research with Eniola Abioye

Season 3, Ep. 46
Have you found interest in User Research, but are unsure if a career change is possible?Today I'm talking to Eniola Abioye, a Sr. User Researcher at Meta, specifically about transitioning into user-focused or design research from research-related backgrounds in other disciplines. Eniola herself came from biotechnology before moving into the design research space.Eniola has a passion for helping others figure out how to utilize their existing experience, and to learn through doing, getting relevant experience in the real world to create a fulfilling career in UX without necessarily going back to school.Eniola Abioye currently conducts impactful user research with cross-functional teams at Meta. She began her people research career at Branding Science, an agency in the biotechnology space, and later moved on to advance Design Thinking at Kaiser Permanente. She then designed a research strategy and led research across a digital platform at Silicon Valley Bank. Outside of her full-time position, Eniola provides career coaching to other UX Researchers and leads UX projects with social justice organizations in her community. She’s excited to share how UX Researchers are uniquely positioned to drive inclusive and accessible innovation in tech.Connect with Eniola AbioyeLinkedinWebsite Instagram********If you enjoy this podcast, there are some really simple ways you can help us:follow us on twitter-like and reshare our postssubscribe to the newsletterfor updates and bonus contentshare this episode, or any of our episodes, with a friend.rate & review us on Apple Podcast or iTunes on desktop!ListenApple|Spotify|Google|WebsiteConnect with UX Cake!leigharredondo.com|Facebook|Twitter|Instagram|Linked In
3/15/2022

UX Strategy Sprints with Craig Nishizaki

Season 3, Ep. 45
This week we're talking about UX Strategy, and UX Strategy Sprints. The term UX Strategy gets defined in different ways by experts across our discipline. I like to define UX Strategy at it’s simplest, highest level as identifying business objectives and user needs to create a vision that aligns those two things. And while that might sound simple, getting to that vision for a product or a service is anything but simple. My guest today is Craig Nishizaki, Head of Business for UpTop, a User Experience Design and Development agency based in Seattle. Craig's perspective coming from the business side of UX can really help us understand how to sell and drive the creation of UX Strategies at organizations that might not be familiar with the true value of UX.Connect with CraigLinkedinUpTopCraig Nishizaki is Head of Business for UpTop, a User Experience Design and Development agency based in Seattle.Over the past 12 years Craig has worked on the business-side of UX: in business development, account direction, strategy, and leadership. In that time, Craig has honed his understanding of the value of UX and how to convey that value to business leaders, to help them create change, innovation, and impact for their organizations.Seeing UX through the lens of a business leader, identifying how to reduce friction and create value are what Craig loves about what he does on a daily basis. "Gaining a solid understanding of the problems that a new solution, technology or approach can solve, effectively communicating that value proposition, and seeing our clients realize the positive results really stirs my cocoa!"********If you enjoy this podcast, there are some really simple ways you can help us:follow us on twitter-like and reshare our postssubscribe to the newsletterfor updates and bonus contentshare this episode, or any of our episodes, with a friend.rate & review us on Apple Podcast or iTunes on desktop!ListenApple|Spotify|Google|WebsiteConnect with UX Cake!leigharredondo.com|Facebook|Twitter|Instagram|Linked In