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In Conversation with Joe Natoli

by Josh Tyson
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We talk with Joe Natoli, enterprise UX consultant and author of the new book, Think First.

In Conversation with UX Magazine brings you a discussion with Joe Natoli, founder of Give Good UX and author of the new book, Think First: My no-nonsense approach to creating successful products, memorable user experiences and happy customers.

We talk about the fallacy of unicorns, the A-Team nature of experience design, and why hairdressers are the masters of empathy. Also, if you buy Joe’s book the week of October 5th, you get three free training resources.(MP3)

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Josh Tyson, Contributing Editor Josh Tyson is a Denver-based content specialist focused on UX, AI, and conversational design. He is the co-host of N9K, a podcast from the future, and stays balanced by drawing on the powers of family, skateboarding, yoga, and art.

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