The Hacking UI Podcast - with Sagi Shrieber & David Tintner

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This week we’re happy to share with you this talk we had with Emmet Connolly - Intercom's Product Design Director.
Talking with Emmet was insightful, and we learned a lot about the way Intercom's design team works and scales.
Find all the show notes at: http://hackingui.com/category/scaling-a-design-team/
Get the Hacking UI newsletter here: http://hackingui.com/sign-up/

Show Notes

This week we’re happy to share with you this talk we had with Emmet Connolly - Intercom's Product Design Director.
 Talking with Emmet was insightful, and we learned a lot about the way Intercom's design team works and scales.
 Find all the show notes at: http://hackingui.com/category/scaling-a-design-team/
Get the Hacking UI newsletter here: http://hackingui.com/sign-up/

What is The Hacking UI Podcast - with Sagi Shrieber & David Tintner?

The Hacking UI podcast is hosted by Sagi Shrieber and David Tintner, a designer and developer who are also both entrepreneurs, bloggers, productivity/time-hacking maniacs, and all around tech geeks.

The first season of the podcast is titled ‘Scaling a Design Team’, in which they speak with design leaders from top notch companies like Facebook, Apple, Invision, and Intercom, to discuss various team structures, responsibilities, and workflows.

After quitting their day jobs to work full time on Hacking UI they named the second season ‘Scaling a Side Project’, and they interview creative entrepreneurs whom they admire, in order to learn about their paths to success and get them to share their tips and secrets. These include Matt Mullenweg (Founder of Wordpress), David Okeniuv (Founder of Typeform) and more.

The third season of the podcast is called 'Scaling a Career' and it's all about creative entrepreneurship. They interviewed amazing folks who took their creative skills and built a brand for themselves. These include Brad Frost (Atomic Design System), Samuel Hulick (Useronboard.com), Noah Kagan (Sumo), and Ran Segall (Youtuber at 'Flux' on Youtube).