The SpoolCast with Jared Spool

The SpoolCast has been bringing UX learning to designers’ ears around the world since 2005. Dozens and dozens of hours of Jared Spool interviewing some of the greatest minds in design are available for you to explore.

Episode #13 Facebook Becomes Anti-Social (Part 4)

September 28, 2006  ·  28 minutes

Recorded September 11, 2006, we discuss dream panels, CUE studies, whether we're an engineering discipline or a craft, the value of heuristic evaluations, and how whether we should learn anything from Facebook's recent loss of face.

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Episode #12 Facebook Becomes Anti-Social (Part 3)

September 27, 2006  ·  28 minutes

(Duration: 27m 36s)

Recorded September 11, 2006, we discuss dream panels, CUE studies, whether we're an engineering discipline or a craft, the value of heuristic evaluations, and how whether we should learn anything from Facebook's recent loss of face.

Present for this recording were Jared M. Spool, DeWayne Purdy, Kyle Pero, Lyle Kantrovich, Rashmi Sinha, Nate Bolt, and Joshua Porter.

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Episode #11 Facebook Becomes Anti-Social (Part 2)

September 26, 2006  ·  28 minutes

Recorded September 11, 2006, we discuss dream panels, CUE studies, whether we're an engineering discipline or a craft, the value of heuristic evaluations, and how whether we should learn anything from Facebook's recent loss of face.

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Episode #10 Facebook Becomes Anti-Social (Part 1)

September 25, 2006  ·  29 minutes

We discuss dream panels, CUE studies, whether we're an engineering discipline or a craft, the value of heuristic evaluations, and how whether we should learn anything from Facebook's recent loss of face.

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Episode #9 What Has Brown Done For You? (Part 4)

September 4, 2006  ·  29 minutes

Recorded August 23, 2006, this inaugural podcast discusses innovative design, the definition of usability, and the role of knowledge. In other words, simple topics to pass the time.

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Episode #8 What Has Brown Done For You? (Part 3)

September 3, 2006  ·  25 minutes

Recorded August 23, 2006, this inaugural podcast discusses innovative design, the definition of usability, and the role of knowledge. In other words, simple topics to pass the time.

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Episode #7 What Has Brown Done For You? (Part 2)

September 1, 2006  ·  25 minutes

Recorded August 23, 2006, this inaugural podcast discusses innovative design, the definition of usability, and the role of knowledge. In other words, simple topics to pass the time.

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Episode #6 What Has Brown Done For You? (Part 1)

August 31, 2006  ·  26 minutes

Recorded August 23, 2006, this inaugural podcast discusses innovative design, the definition of usability, and the role of knowledge. In other words, simple topics to pass the time.

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Episode #5 Podcast: Designing for the Paradox of Choice: An Interview with Barry Schwartz

August 28, 2006  ·  39 minutes

Recently, Jared had a chance to discuss these issues with Barry, in preparation for Barry's keynote at the upcoming User Interface 11 conference. We recorded the discussion and have added it to the UIE Brain Sparks Audio Library for your listening pleasure.

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Episode #4 Followup Discussion on Users as Information Architects: Is Tagging Right for Your Site?, Part 2

August 10, 2006  ·  34 minutes

Josh Porter and Jared Spool discuss many of the questions we received during Josh's Users as Information Architects: Is Tagging Right for Your Site? Virtual Seminar -- Part 2.

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