Productboard founder and CEO Hubert Palan on mastering product strategy
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Hubert Palan, CEO and founder of Productboard chats to Intercom's Rati Zvirawa

Creator Lab - interviews with entrepreneurs and startup founders
Creator Lab - interviews with entrepreneurs and startup founders
Bilal Zaidi
Ana Fabrega, Synthesis // The Future Of Education & Using Games To Educate Kids
Ana Lorena Fabrega is an EDUpreneur and former teacher known by little ones as Ms. Fab. She's currently the Chief Evangelist of Synthesis School, an innovative online enrichment club started by the director of Elon Musk’s experimental school at Space X. Synthesis helps students build decision-making & problem-solving skills through games. Let us know what you think on Twitter: @bzaidi & @anafabrega11 Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Fo_CM01BNTQ After listening to this conversation, you'll understand: * why the current education system needs an overhaul * the skills we should be developing in kids * unlearning & the future of education * the role of technology in learning * forest schools, micro-schools & alternatives for parents to consider * how games can be good for your kids * the lindy effect & ideas that will stick around in education * remote vs online education * recommended books for kids Ana's Fab Friday Newsletter: https://afabrega.com/ Book Recommendations: * Wonder by R.J. Palacio: https://amzn.to/3pNfneZ * The Man Who Walked Between The Towers by Mordicai Gerstein: https://amzn.to/3qSvnh3 * The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires: https://amzn.to/3pStkbu * Fantastically Great Woman who Changed the World by Kate Pankhurst: https://amzn.to/3dG3nd3 * Rosie Revere, Engineer by Andrea Keaty and David Roberts: https://amzn.to/3uuPZyk * What do you do with an idea? By Kobi Yamada: https://amzn.to/3qXaqSk * Zero and One by Kathryn Otoshi: https://amzn.to/3dKezoM * Beautiful Oops by Barney Saltzberg: https://amzn.to/3bC898H
1 hr 34 min
Design Better Podcast
Design Better Podcast
InVisionApp, Inc
Netflix's Steve Johnson and Rochelle King: Making great stories accessible
If you’re anything like us, you’ve been watching more than your fair share of Netflix this past year. And with such great original content, from The Queen’s Gambit to more obscure shows like Midnight Diner, we were curious what it takes from a product design perspective to create and deliver these shows to a massive audience, in a way that’s accessible not only to audiences here in the US, but all around the world. So we sat down to chat with Steve Johnson, Vice President of Design, and Rochelle King, Vice President of Creative Production at Netflix, to talk about how they approach inclusive design for a global audience, how they use a data-informed rather than data-driven product strategy, and why looking for passion rather than for credentials might be the key to your next great hire. This is the last episode of Season Five of the Design Better Podcast. But don’t worry, Season Six is just around the corner, where we’ll be sharing interviews with guests like bestselling author Dan Pink, who will teach us how to use persuasion to be better at our jobs, and Professor Sara Seager, an astrophysicist and planetary scientist whose research on exoplanets can shed light on how we can be better collaborators here on Earth. Also, in-between seasons we’re going to do a bonus Q&A show, where you’ll have a chance to record your questions about design, creativity, leadership, or any of the topics we cover here on the show and we’ll do our best to answer them. Just head over to http://dbtr.co/ama and fill out the short survey there to submit your question. Takeaways: * Learn about the ROI for inclusive design * Hear how the design team at Netflix approaches the power dynamics between product and design * Understand how to prioritize and say no to work that won’t impact the business
52 min
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