Nodes of Design podcast

Nodes of Design

Tejj

Many young people are incredibly creative and wanted to pursue design as a career. This Podcast is dedicated to them so that they can learn, implement, and grow. We believe in sharing knowledge and making design education accessible. Design a six-letter word that symbolizes an art that can capture and captivate you yet render you speechless with a buzz of questions. Here, we present a design podcast for newbies and professionals alike. We talk about communities, problems, journeys, and exposures from various creatives leaders across the world.

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    Nodes of Design#82: Industrial design by Charles L Mauro, CHFP

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    Charles L. Mauro CHFP is president and Founder of MAURO Usability Science (MUS), a New York-based consulting firm founded in 1975. Mr. Mauro is a Certified Human Factors Engineering Professional BCPE. Mr. Mauro has personally managed over 4,000 research and development projects over his 40-year career as a leading expert in human factors engineering, product design, and design research. His clients include Nike, Dyson, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, Pfizer, Merck, Amazon, Facebook, and industries covering high technology, medical/pharmaceutical, financial, heavy industrial, consumer, government/DOD, and startups. Received numerous citations for design and design research, including The Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA), which has given its highest recognition, the Personal Achievement Award to Charles L. Mauro CHFP. Historically, the Award has been given to leading design luminaries, including Sir Jonathan Ive of Apple, Raymond Loewy, Henry Dreyfuss, and others. Mr. Mauro is a frequent speaker at international conferences, leading academic institutions, and government agencies, including MIT, Stanford, UPenn, The FDA, USPTO, NASA, and legal conferences on a global basis. In this episode, Mr. Mauro shared great insights into Industrial Design and human factors sciences; we discussed how ergonomics and human factors science play a significant role in industrial design. In addition, he shared his great learnings while working with Raymond Loewy. We then discussed how designers could use data to design sustainable products and shared his experience creating the solution for NYSE. In the latter part, we discussed Design IPs, IP fundamentals, and how IP helps designers. Takeaways- What is Industrial design? How to design sustainable products? Does design have an enormous impact on metaverse? Resources mentioned in the show by Charles L. Mauro Article on the metaverse, Design IP UX research newsletter on LinkedIn MAURO Usability Science blog Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more. If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge. This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.  
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    Nodes of Design#81: Human Centered Research by Reggie Murphy, PhD

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    Reggie Murphy is passionate about creating a human-centered world. He is a 20-year veteran of the UX Research and Design space and currently leads the Creation and Conversations Research team on Twitter.  Before Twitter, Reggie built and led the client experience research team at Vanguard. He also led research teams at Meta (formerly Facebook) who helped build Facebook's Camera Effects Platform, Facebook Groups, and Workplace. Before Meta, Reggie led research and design engagements for Electronic Ink (now Capgemini) as a Principal Research Consultant working with clients such as J.P. Morgan Chase, UnitedHealth Group, and Penske. In this episode, Reggie shared great insights on Human-Centered Research and the different ways to understand and empathize with the user? We then discussed the various frameworks for human-centered research and how research is both an art and science; how to balance this combination while capturing in-depth insights. In the latter part, we discussed how to focus on insights gained from the user research to synthesize and make it accessible across the board. Takeaways- What is human-centered design? How to empathize with the users? Different ways to capture deeper insights.  Book Recommendations by Reggie Murphy  The Design of Everyday Things - Don Norman Don't Make Me Think - Steve Krug Radical Candor - Kim Scott Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more. If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge. This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.
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    Nodes of Design#80: Data Enabled Design by Eva Deckers

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    Eva Deckers is a design leader and design strategist. At present, she is the Director of Data-Enabled Design at Philips Experience Design, where she leads a team of designers at the cutting edge of integrating design, data, and AI. Eva holds a Ph.D. in human-centered AI and translates her ideas into the health technology context. As a strategist, she supports her organization in shaping and implementing customer-driven strategies, ensuring strategy always starts from the benefit you will deliver. She is passionate about using the power of design, data, and AI to make a difference in the health and wellbeing of people. In this episode, Eva shared great insights on Data Enabled Design and how data could be used as creative material. We then discussed the different frameworks for data-enabled design and how we could take the aid of data to design sustainable and ethical products. In the latter part, we spoke on how individuals could implement and scale the data-enabled design model across the organization, enabling data to drive all major design decisions. Takeaways- What is data enabled design, How to design ethical products with data, Data in design as a creative process.  Resources Recommendations by Eva Deckers Things We Could Design: For More Than Human-Centered Worlds - Ronald Wakkary Keynote Presentations of Prof.Kees Overbeeke Sir Ken Robinson Ted talk  Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more. If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge. This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.
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    Nodes of Design#79: System Design by Nur Karadeniz

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    Nur Karadeniz is a design leader in human-centered services and systems. With a deep passion for shaping new technologies and delivering value for humanity, Nur helps organizations achieve sustainable transformations and leverage new technologies for better use. Over the last decade, Nur has set up award-winning innovation teams for Fjord, Accenture, and Wongdoody of Infosys and leading global innovation capabilities for large organizations. She is currently authoring a book, System Design Practice, and teaching the topic at multiple universities in Europe. In this episode, Nur shared great insights on System Design Methodology, how to build system design maps, and the frameworks to follow to design innovative and sustainable products. We then discussed how designers could utilize the power of system design to bring practical and scalable ideas to life. Takeaways- What is system design, How to conduct system design workshops, How to identify and solve problems beyond systems.  Nur's Upcoming Book - System Design Practice Books Recommendations by Nur Karadeniz Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi Cracked it! - Bernard Garrette  Solving Complex Problems Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more. If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge. This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.
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    Nodes of Design#78: Lean design practices by Rich McCoy

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    Rich McCoy is a highly experienced creative leader. He is passionate about his work and has led teams for Trade Me and Nationwide Building Society. His creative endeavors have seen him working at celebrated agencies such as AKQA, LBi, Isobar, and Saatchi & Saatchi. He is currently contracting for Air France/KLM via Isobar Paris. He is also running his art practice, a vegan cooking photoblog, and mentoring a new generation of creatives. In this episode, Rich shared great insights on lean design practices and their frameworks. We then spoke on the different ways of scaling lean practices across organizations without compromising the quality of deliverables and how lean practices help rapid innovation and find the right product-market fit.  Takeaways:- What is lean design practices, How to cultivate a lean mindset, How to scale lean across an organization.  Books Recommendations by Rich McCoy Oh, the places you’ll go by Dr. Seuss The Lord of the Rings by TRR Tolkien Zen the art of Simple living by Shunmyo Mason Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more. If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge. This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.
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    Nodes of Design#77: Industrial design by Afshin Mehin

    20:21

    Afshin Mehin is the founder of Card79, a creative studio based in San Francisco and Vancouver, helping companies give form to the future. Consistently blurring the boundaries between our digital and physical lives, he’s worked with clients ranging from startups such as Neuralink and Noon Home to large organizations such as Amazon, Lululemon, and Ford. Before setting up Card79, Afshin worked for design studios such as IDEO and Whipsaw in the Bay Area, designers such as BarberOsgerby and Terence Conran in London, and research Labs such as M.I.T.’s Media Lab Europe in Dublin. In this episode, Afshin shared great insights on industrial design, how different it is from product design, and the frameworks to follow to explore ideas for manufacturing a product and reframing problems as opportunities. We then discussed various ways to evaluate product safety, appearance, and function to determine if a design is practical. In the latter part, he spoke on conveying a narrative behind a design to more oversized holders and audiences. Takeaways:- What is Industrial design, How to reframe problems as opportunities, and What different frameworks to explore ideas and bring them to vision. Books Recommended by Afshin Mehin  Design by numbers - John Maeda The Essential Rumi - Book by Rumi White Teeth - Zadie Smith  Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more. If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge. This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.
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    Nodes of Design#76: ResearchOps by Brigette Metzler

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    Brigette Metzler is the ResearchOps Lead at the Australian government Department of Agriculture, Water, and Environment. From 2017-2020, Brigette led the user research library at Services Australia. Alongside chairing several government communities of practice, she is also the co-chair of the ResearchOps Community, a global community of people discussing ResearchOps — the people, mechanisms, and strategies for scaling research. She also hosts The ResearchOps Podcast, where she does fireside chats, which is wide-ranging but focused on talking about all things ResearchOps. In this episode, Brigette shared great insights on ResearchOps and its importance; we then spoke on the framework for ResearchOps? And how to get started with it and what are the eight pillars and common components of ResearchOps. Later we discussed how researchers could implement and scale ResearchOps in their companies or institutions. Brigette also shared incredible knowledge on research libraries and knowledge management.   Takeaways- What is ResearchOps, What is the framework of ResearchOps, What are research libraries. Books Recommended by Brigette Metzler Pace Layering The Clock of the Long Now, by Stewart Brand Research Practice by Gregg Bernstein (has an essay on ResearchOps by me) Build Better Products by Laura Klein Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more.  If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge.  This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.
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    Nodes of Design#75: Editorial Design by Kieron Lewis

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    Kieron Lewis is a south London-born freelance graphic designer and public speaker. Over the years, he has designed numerous self-directed and client-based projects for clients such as Harper Collins, Penguin Books, Levi Strauss, and Adobe. This year, Kieron was a judge at the D&AD Awards for the Writing for Design Jury. In October, he will be speaking at Adobe Max, exploring topics within the editorial design, the African community and its diaspora, and the importance of collaboration. In this episode, Kieron had shared great insights on Editorial Design and the classic elements of editorial design. We then established visual hierarchy and balance layouts in the editorial work, where he explained the Editorial design process. Next, he shared insights on storytelling via words and how he establishes a connection with readers. In the end, we concluded the show with tips to beginners on creating an Editorial Design Portfolio. Takeaways - What is the process of editorial design, How to establish storytelling via Words, Getting started with editorial design portfolio. Books Recommend by Kieron Lewis Still Breathing Dare to Change It's Not How Good You Are, It's How Good You Want To Be Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more.  If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge.  This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.
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    Nodes of Design#74: Creative thinking DNA by Randy Herbertson

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    Randy Herbertson is a recognized brand strategist and creative director with over twenty years of marketing and innovation experience. Randy has worked with WPP and Omnicom agency networks, Conde Nast Publications, Allied Domecq, and E&J Gallo. In addition, Randy has recently worked in the boutique agency world, owning and operating two firms, including The Visual Brand, founded in 2013.  In this episode, Randy had shared great insights on Creative thinking DNA, where Randy explained how to find a style of creativity that will enhance the skills. We then spoke on Randy's take on whether people are born creative or creativity as a skill that could be enhanced by practice. In the latter part, we discussed on the what is the concept of introvert and extrovert creatives and how could both of them collaborate to drive great results.  Takeaways - What are the different styles of creativity, Creativity as a skill, Who are introverts and extrovert creatives, How to enhance the storytelling via creative thinking.  Books Recommended by Randy Herbertson Thinking, Fast and Slow - Daniel Kahneman The Prophet - Kahlil Gibran  Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more. If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge. This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.
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    Nodes of Design#73: Behavioural Design by Ashwin Rajan

    49:40

    Ashwin Rajan is a strategic designer accelerating the emerging discipline of Behavior Design. He has two decades of innovation experience in the digital industry. He is also the founder of the Fabric behavioral lab. They work with clients to bring behavioral thinking methods and tools to product growth, user and customer experience, competence building, employee and citizen engagement. In this episode, Ashwin shared great insights on Behavioural Design and its importance and How could designers use Behavioural Design to impact the end-users positively? We then discussed the framework of behavioral design and the different metrics involved.  Takeaways- What is Behavioural Design, How to design products to create a positive impact, Framework of behavioral design.  Books Recommended by Ashwin Rajan  Leon Festinger - A Theory of Cognitive Dissonance, 1957. Metaphors We Live By - George Lakoff and Mark Johnson, 1980. Future-Minded: The Psychology of Agency and Control: Magda Osman, 2014. Thank you for listening to this episode of Nodes of Design. We hope you enjoy the Nodes of Design Podcast on your favorite podcast platforms- Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music, and many more.  If this episode helped you understand and learn something new, please share and be a part of the knowledge-sharing community #Spreadknowledge.  This podcast aims to make design education accessible to all. Nodes of Design is a non-profit and self-sponsored initiative by Tejj.

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