Tactics, advice, and debates

I regularly sit down with my friends from around the world to take deep dives on design, conversion, and leadership. As part of this, I welcome a different co-host with every episode, giving you access to unique and fresh perspectives that are designed to challenge the ways you think. These aren’t interviews; they’re conversations between practitioners discussing real-world experience, and sharing actionable advice. I invite you to join in this journey of learning with me.

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The UX and Growth Podcast is entirely non-profit and independent. It does not have ads, is not associated with any business or organization, does not accept donations or gifts, and does not accept guest proposals. It is privately funded by the host, at a personal cost of around $2,000 per year.

This is done to ensure that the content is never influenced, dictated, or limited by outside forces. The show is and always will be organic, genuine, and of the highest possible quality. If you would like to support the show, please subscribe, share it around, and leave us a review. Thank you.

Tactics, advice, and debates

I regularly sit down with my friends from around the world to take deep dives on design, conversion, and leadership. As part of this, I welcome a different co-host with every episode, giving you access to unique and fresh perspectives that are designed to challenge the ways you think. These aren’t interviews; they’re conversations between practitioners discussing real-world experience, and sharing actionable advice. I invite you to join in this journey of learning with me.

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  11. France
  12. Sweden
  13. Spain
  14. Japan
  15. Denmark
  16. South Africa
  17. Singapore
  18. Hungary
  19. Ireland
  20. Mexico

Non-Profit Statement


The UX and Growth Podcast is entirely non-profit and independent. It does not have ads, is not associated with any business or organization, does not accept donations or gifts, and does not accept guest proposals. It is privately funded by the host, at a personal cost of around $2,000 per year.

This is done to ensure that the content is never influenced, dictated, or limited by outside forces. The show is and always will be organic, genuine, and of the highest possible quality. If you would like to support the show, please subscribe, share it around, and leave us a review. Thank you.

Tactics, debates, and advice from true industry experts. I regularly sit down with my friends from around the world to take deep dives on design, conversion, and leadership.

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  1. United States
  2. United Kingdom
  3. Canada
  4. Australia
  5. Germany
  6. Brazil
  7. India
  8. Poland
  9. Netherlands
  10. Israel
  11. France
  12. Sweden
  13. Spain
  14. Japan
  15. Denmark
  16. South Africa
  17. Singapore
  18. Hungary
  19. Ireland
  20. Mexico

Non-Profit Statement

The UX and Growth Podcast is entirely non-profit and independent. It does not have ads, is not associated with any business or organization, does not accept donations or gifts, and does not accept guest proposals. It is privately funded by the host, at a personal cost of around $2,000 per year.

This is done to ensure that the content is never influenced, dictated, or limited by outside forces. The show is and always will be organic, genuine, and of the highest possible quality. If you would like to support the show, please subscribe, share it around, and leave us a review. Thank you.

Freemium Growth with Dexter Zhuang (Growth Manager at Dropbox)

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How do companies like Dropbox, Spotify, Slack, and HubSpot leverage freemium strategies to grow? What are the different approaches to freemium, and when should (or shouldn’t) they be used? In this episode, I sit down with Dexter Zhuang (Growth & Monetization Manager at Dropbox) to take a deep dive on freemium growth. From acquiring free users, to converting them to paid customers, to reinvesting that money into acquiring more free users, we cover it all and give you a glimpse at examples where it’s all gone right, and a few where it’s gone terribly wrong. Read More

WebVR & A-Frame with Casey Yee (UX Engineer at Mozilla)

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WebVR is Virtual Reality that runs in the browser, on anything from a smartphone, to a laptop, to an HTC Vive. And it’s much easier to build for than you’d think. In this episode, I sit down with Casey Yee (UX Engineer at Mozilla and one of the early pioneers of WebVR) to talk about the future of the web. We cover everything from getting started in WebVR, to unique use cases that we’ve seen, to ways that forward-thinking businesses are already leveraging it. Read More

Emerging Economies with Daniel Patino (Co-founder, Digifianz)

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Emerging economies are expected to contribute up to 70% of global GDP growth between now and 2025. The opportunities to internationalize have never been better. But how do you select the right market to enter? And once you do, how should your design and growth strategies change? In this episode, I sit down with Daniel Patiño (Co-founder of Digifianz) to take a deep dive on emerging markets. Read More

Re-Engaging & Retaining Users (Plus, an Announcement)

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What is the best way to define churn and how should this affect your retention techniques? What are the right and the wrong ways to re-engage users? In this episode, we get serious about understanding what churn actually is, and determining the best tactics to bring users back into an app. Plus, an important announcement from your hosts. Read More

Remote Work & Digital Nomadism

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Is remote work possible in design? How can designers transition to remote work, and what are the pros and cons of doing so? In this episode, we cover the statistics around remote work, the potential pitfalls for companies and employees, the types of individuals that do best with remote work, and why it’s so important for companies to be open to this growing movement. Read More