The Product Design Episodes

Conversations with the best and brightest in product design

How they got to where they are today.

What mistakes they made along the way.

What advice they have for you as you navigate the world of product design.


Jarvis Moore - Culture Clash or Fit: Finding Your Perfect Workplace

In episode 44 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Jarvis Moore, Sr. Product Designer at LinkedIn. During our talk, Jarvis shares insights on separating yourself from the pack when networking and interviewing, and determining if a company culture will fit your needs before accepting a position.

Karsten Rowe - Talent is overrated and practice is underrated

In episode 43 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Karsten Rowe, Director of Product Design at Axon; a mission-based organization focused on public safety. During our chat, Karsten shares how he launched his career path, the soft skills he believes are underrated, where he has found the most powerful bursts of career growth, and his advice on breaking into mission-driven product design.

Scott Hurff - Tinder to Churnkey: A journey from B2C to B2B

In episode 42 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Scott Hurff, Founder and CPO at Churnkey, a platform that fixes every type of churn by supercharging all aspects of customer retention. Scott is also the creator of Super Like, a product feature he led while at Tinder, which allowed users to pay extra to get an edge at making a match. During our chat, Scott shares where he gathers creative inspiration away from the screen, what he learned while working at Tinder, and the secret he believes can make your product make you a lot of money!

Kim Hodges - Following universal design principles to improve accessibility

In episode 41 of The Product Design Podcast, Seth Coelen interviews Kim Hodges, Director of Digital Accessibility at the University of South Carolina. Kim has a fascinating origin story that led him to accessibility, which he tells us in the full episode. He has over fourteen years of personal and professional experience making digital environments more functional for individuals with disabilities. During our chat, Kim shares exactly what led him to a career in digital accessibility, the biggest mistakes and most common misconceptions of accessibility, and the best strategy to follow when starting a new project to ensure your product is functional for individuals with disabilities. Kim’s interview is packed with things to consider, from an accessibility standpoint, as you approach your next project.


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