Katie Floyd and David Sparks talk about their in-depth approach to getting things done with your Mac that is the basis for their show, Mac Power Users. Katie and David discuss the origins of the show, what they were doing before this, and the expectations they set by adopting this particular name. The format has evolved over time, and now includes workflow shows with some notable guests, hardware and software discussions and more. Find out what you will find when you listen, how the hosts’ backgrounds and professions affect the content, and why they value their back catalog in this unplugged conversation.
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Mac Power Users #55: Workflows with Adam Lisagor - 5by5
Recorded at Webstock 2009
One of the most persistent factors limiting the impact of user research in business is that research projects often catalog findings and implications, but stop short of generating specific design improvements. Designers increasingly involved with contextual research may find themselves holding onto a trove of raw data but with little awareness of how to turn it into design.
Steve Portigal introduces a framework for synthesizing raw data into insights, and then creatively using those insights to develop a range of business concepts that respond to those insights and integrate a fresh, contextual understanding of a customer’s unmet needs.