krautsource / Dominic Grzbielok

I make websites for a living, mostly the conceptual part and the interaction design.

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  1. VFXShow 221 : Wonder Woman – fxguide

    The team discuss the VFX of Wonder Woman.

    https://www.fxguide.com/thevfxshow/vfxshow-220-wonder-woman/

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  2. VFXShow 244: Ad Astra – fxguide

    The team discusses the VFX of Ad Astra.

    https://www.fxguide.com/thevfxshow/vfxshow-244-ad-astra/

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  3. Testing Business Ideas - David Bland on The Product Experience - Mind the Product

    David Bland is the CEO and Founder of Precoil, an author, and a long-time practitioner of agile and lean startup.  He joined us on the podcast to talk about how to create focus around what matters to your users by using different testing methodologies – a topic he and Alex Osterwalder cover in their book, […]Read More…

    https://www.mindtheproduct.com/testing-business-ideas-david-bland-on-the-product-experience/

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  4. Kim Goodwin – Using Scenarios to Solve Problems — Archive of UIE/Brainsparks

    Jared: I sit through meetings where someone in a client is presenting a design they’ve come up with. They just launch into the screens, say, “Well, this is the home page, and this is the this page, and this is the that page.” They don’t talk about the scenario.

    More importantly, they don’t talk about how they got to this design from the journey map or from the sketches. The audience is left to reverse engineer that in their head. Of course, they all do it differently. Then, there’s all this conversation that happens around what they think the path was that got them there that turns out not to match. All of this is sort of lost. It’s a struggle for a lot of folks.

    The best representations I’ve ever been with, before we saw the design, there was this statement of, “The research taught us this, and so we learned that the customers are trying to get to this result, but right now they get stuck here and here.” It only takes a minute to say that, but they go back to that and make sure that everybody’s on the same page.

    Then they say, “And then we tried a bunch of designs.” In many cases, in the best of presentations I’ve even seen, they actually show some of the designs they threw out and talk a little bit about, “Well, we first tried this, because it seemed like the obvious thing. But then we realized it didn’t work for this case or it didn’t work for this reason.

    “And so we then evolved it and we got to this thing, and now here’s the design we ended up with. And let’s go back to that scenario. The user’s going to start by telling us what they need, and then they’re going to click on this, and that’s because we want to be able to give them the right information,” and then boom, all the way through.

    https://archive.uie.com/brainsparks/2015/08/25/kim-goodwin-using-scenarios-to-solve-problems/

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  5. Wetten, das war’s..? Frank Elstner trifft Herbert Grönemeyer

    In der dritten Folge „Wetten, das war’s..?“ trifft Frank Elstner Deutschlands erfolgreichsten Musiker Herbert Grönemeyer im Berliner Theater im Delphi. Natürlich wird da ausgiebig über Musik gesprochen. Wie verändert sich das Musikmachen und Komponieren im Zeitalter von Spotify? Warum sind wir Deutschen textfokussierter als andere Länder? Und wann kriegt Herbert Grönemeyer endlich, wie vor wenigen Jahren Bob Dylan, einen Literaturnobelpreis für seine besonderen Texte?

    Frank Elstner darf ausnahmsweise auch etwas über Grönemeyers Emotionen auf der Bühne erfahren, wenn er die Lieder spielt, die stark mit dem Tod seiner ersten Frau verknüpft sind, und geht der Frage nach, wie Grönemeyers Kinder ihn wohl als Vater beurteilen würden.

    Auch Deutschland steht auf der Tagesordnung. Insbesondere die Europawahl zeige, in welche Richtung sich unser Land entwickelt. Rechte Tendenzen gelte es zu bekämpfen. Grönemeyer ist in Bochum aufgewachsen. Mit Menschen verschiedenster Kulturen zu sein – das ist für ihn so sehr Alltag wie Duschen. Dem Populismus und Rechtsruck stellt er seine Musik entgegen, wie zuletzt auf seinem Erfolgsalbum „Tumult“.

    00:00:55 – 00:02:03 Wie sieht er selbst seinen Durchbruch? 00:02:03 – 00:08:21 Bodenständig, dank Papa und Mama Grönemeyer 00:08:21 – 00:09:14 „Meine Kinder mochte…

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  6. Morten Kansteiner

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  7. Tools + Weapons: Microsoft President Brad Smith - GeekWire - Omny.fm

    In “Tools & Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age,” Microsoft President Brad Smith and his co-author Carol Ann Browne tell the inside story of some of the biggest developments in tech and the world over the past decade — including Microsoft’s reaction to the Snowden revelations, its battle with Russian hackers in the leadup to the 2016 elections and its role in the ongoing debate  privacy and facial recognition technology. 

    The book goes behind-the-scenes at the Obama and Trump White Houses, explores the implications of the coming wave of artificial intelligence, and calls on tech giants and governments to step up and prepare for the ethical, legal and societal challenges of powerful new forms of technology yet to come.

    We touched on many of those topics in this conversation with Smith about the new book, due out Sept. 10. Smith will also speak at the upcoming GeekWire Summit.

    https://omny.fm/shows/geekwire-podcast/tools-weapons-microsoft-president-brad-smith

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  8. The Changelog #352: The Pragmatic Programmers with Andy Hunt & Dave Thomas |> News and podcasts for developers |> Changelog

    Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt, best known as the authors of The Pragmatic Programmer and founders of The Pragmatic Bookshelf, joined the show today to talk about the 20th anniversary edition of The Pragmatic Programmer. This is a beloved book to software developers all over the world, so we wanted to catch up with Andy and…

    https://changelog.com/podcast/352

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  9. Der HPI-Wissenspodcast: Innovativ Denken mit Design Thinking

    In der 5. Folge des HPI-Wissenspodcast dreht sich alles um Design Thinking.

    https://hpi-academy.de/news/der-hpi-wissenspodcast-innovativ-denken-mit-design-thinking.html

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  10. YOURS PRODUCTLY – Teresa Torres, Product Discovery Coach on the Rise of Modern Product Discovery

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    http://yoursproductly.com/teresa-torres/

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