How can you continuously grow as a software developer, team lead, project manager, or product owner?
Jon Kinney, Partner and CTO and the development team at Headway explore development methodologies and best practices that help teams build successful software.
In this episode, Jon chats with Jacob Hebert and Matt Mcgee from the Headway development team about creating static sites with Gatsby. They dive into their experience with Gatsby on client projects and solutions they’ve found most helpful for CMS integration, styling, SEO, and more.
In this episode, Jon chats with Andrew Stuntz, Senior Developer at Headway, about specific ways you can make your team’s retrospectives more impactful. That way you can get the most out of your meetings, prevent your team from talking in circles, and do better work together.
The art of storytelling through commit messages, pull requests, and documentation like READMEs to create a clear narrative for yourself or your team in the future.
Andrew talks with Michael Seidel, Design Strategy Manager at Advocate Aurora Health, about designing system of care and the accelerated innovation of tele-health. They discuss using evidence-backed research to create products, and creating holistic experiences for patients across various platforms.
When you're a one-person crew, how do you prioritize tasks to make the most impact? How do you keep your head up in a sea of to-dos? Andrew talks with Pete Bernardo, Founder of Punchlist, about starting a company from the ground up on your own.
Andrew talks with Scott Sambucci, CEO and Founder of SalesQualia, on how to leverage the sales process for startups. Scott demystifies the selling, reminding entrepreneurs to stop focusing on the product - but instead, to focus on the problem and the solutions their product offers.
Andrew talks with Justin Seidl of Sequoir (formerly Vertbase), about starting, scaling, and launching a crypto-startup. Justin gives a look behind his streamlined process for transferring digital assets.
In this episode, Andrew interviews Zack Onisko, CEO of Dribbble. They discuss approaches to maintaining culture while building effective remote teams at the same time.
Kerem shares how designers can work more collaboratively and holistically with the entire product team to push businesses further.
Hear about Ben's journey into user experience, using timely triggers to change behavior, and building product teams around business goals.
Andrew and Kyle discuss building businesses that scratch your own itch and create value for others. Kyle is co-founder and currently running Exposure with Luke Beard. You may know him by other projects, such as Forrst, Statshot, or Thinglist.
Helen and Andrew discuss design leadership, what it takes to communicate well within a large product team, and using design to reach business goals.
Kris and Andrew discuss focusing on outcomes, meeting customers at the lowest point of friction, and creating delightful experiences.
Hear about Drew's first experience raising funding and pitching to investors in Silicon Valley and his advice to entrepreneurs looking to raise funding.
Andrew interviews Joe Razza on his background into design, and explores how they are democratizing data research and visualization at Knowledge Hound.
Andrew interviews Jamie Wright on his path into technology and bots, and explores modern tools and kits that help streamline BaaBs.
Andrew talks with Pete about his path into UX, using intercom for segmentation, and utilizing slack bots to add value to your team.
Andrew and Victor dive into the methods and benefits of using psychology and behavioral design to better serve customers.
Chris interviews Ben Bartling of Zoomshift on his entrepreneurial journey and how they've been able to bootstrap their startup in Wisconsin.
Brian shares how Handshake has grown by focusing on their customers success and balancing and prioritizing attention in their three-pronged market.
Andrew, Chris, and Ben explore the value that design storytelling, empathy, and differentiating your brand (business, startup, or brand) can create.
Learn more about customer problem interviews and using the 5 whys in your projects.
Andrew & Chris discuss different methods, strategies, tools and tactics you can use to start validating and mitigate the risk of pursuing your ideas.
Learn how to make virtual meetings better and improve your innovation process with Douglas Ferguson of Voltage Control and Author of Beyond the Prototype and Magical Meetings.
Learn how you can use a learning loop to see the big picture and make better decisions when innovating new products. Listen in as Ryan Hatch, Head of Product Strategy, and Robert Kaminski, Product Strategist, discuss their approach to validating product innovation ideas for businesses.
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