On Power of Ten I talk to guests from a broad range of disciplines about the intersection of design, technology, psychology, organisations, culture and society. We explore how design operates at many levels and in many forms, from thoughtful detail through organisational transformation to the changes in society and the world. It’s based on the thinking across different levels of ‘zoom’, inspired by the famous Ray and Charles Eames film, Powers of Ten.
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My guest in this episode is Molly Wright Steenson, a designer, author, professor, and international speaker whose work focuses on the intersection of design, architecture, and artificial intelligence.
In this wide-ranging discussion, Molly explains how the history of computational technologies, architecture, pattern language and AI combined to define the fields of Agile, interaction design, UX, AI and pretty much the rest of today’s digital world.
- Molly at Girlwonder.com
- Molly on Twitter
- Molly on LinkedIn
- Molly at CMU
- Architectural Intelligence: How Designers and Architects Created the Digital Landscape
- Bauhaus …
August 21, 2020
My guest in this episode is Tanarra Schneider, previously Managing Director of Fjord North America and now Head of Design for Accenture Interactive – Midwest. Tanarra talked about her journey into design, her experience as a black, female design leader, the design discipline growing up, and the responsibility of all designers to ensure we take the time to dismantle structural bias in our work and the world.
N.B. This transcript is mostly AI-generated. There may be a few errors.
Andy Polaine: Hi and welcome to Power of Ten – a podcast …
August 11, 2020
In this episode Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower talk about their new book, Radical Alignment, a book about difficult conversations and how they can change your life. In it they discuss their framework for tackling difficult conversations, how to be inclusive, respectful and vulnerable, avoid the usual winner/loser dynamic, and end with radical alignment, whether that’s a “hell yes!” or “hell no!”
Alexandra a success coach for driven womxn. She has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey and Martha Stewart shows, was Elle Magazine’s Inspirational Coach of 2015, and was the co-creator of the Oscar-nominated …
July 25, 2020
My guest in this episode is Jim Kalbach, an author, speaker, and instructor in design, customer experience, and strategy. Jim has worked with many large companies and is currently Head of Customer Experience at MURAL, the leading online whiteboard. He is the author of Designing Web Navigation, Mapping Experiences and, most recently, the Jobs to be Done playbook.
- Jim’s website, Experiencing Information
- Jim Kalbach on LinkedIn
- Jim on Twitter
- The Jobs to be Done playbook
- Designing Web Navigation
- Mapping Experiences
N.B. This transcript is (mostly) AI-generated. It may contain a few errors.
July 23, 2020
In upcoming episodes, I’ll be talking about culture, airports and toilets with Design Anthropologist and Researcher, Chris Hayward, Jobs to Be Done and remote work with Mural’s Jim Kalbach, Designing Conversations with Daniel Stillman, Radical Alignment with Bob Gower and Alex Jamieson, Architecture and artificial intelligence with Molly Wright Steenson, and journeys into Design Leadership with Ryan Rumsay.
July 10, 2020
In this episode Tutti Taygerly describes her own journey from an eclectic education to design leadership at Facebook and now design leadership coaching that forms the core of her work. Listen here in the old archive or the player below.
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N.B. This transcript is (mostly) auto-generated – there may be a few errors.
Andrew Polaine: Hi, and welcome to Power of Ten. A podcast about design operating at many levels zooming out from thoughtful detail through to organizational transformation, and onto changes in society in the world. My …
May 15, 2020
In this episode, Jeff Sussana, known for introducing the global DevOps community to the importance of empathy and author of Designing Delivery: Rethinking IT in the Digital Service Economy, talks about the importance of systems and design thinking and services as a “chain of promises.”
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