Brendan Jarvis shared what he learned from 2 years of podcasting experience on finding and interviewing top UX influencers.
💡 A better experience for guests and audience: look at the camera and active listening
💡 Be authentic or professional?
💡 How to find guests for a UX podcast?
💡 How to get the workflow organised?
💡 How to deal with “I don’t want to do it today”
💡 Tips for releasing a high-quality podcast every week?
Who is Brendan Jarvis
Brendan Jarvis is the Managing Founder and Principal Researcher of The Space InBetween - New Zealand’s only specialist evaluative UX research practice and world-class UX lab: enabling brave teams across the globe to de-risk product design, and equally brave leaders to shape and scale design culture.
[12:39] A great tip for online communication: look at the camera, listen carefully
[17:33] Tip for managing podcasting: batch the invites
[18:25] Tip for managing a podcast: templates for show notes, LinkedIn posts, tweets etc.
[19:23] Spend at least 1 day preparing for each episode
[21:20] Practice writing questions like speaking, so that don’t need to check the notes often, just go naturally during the conversation
[26:21] The difference of being authentic or being professional?
[33:08] How to find guests for his podcast
[40:45] How to save time? Hire a professional editor!
[46:20] Challenge for making a podcast: finding his voice on the podcast
People or things we mentioned
Fiverr for finding a podcast editor
Tim Ferriss on podcasting and blog