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The Top Entrepreneurs Podcast: Interview with Userbrain Co-Founder Stefan Rössler

by Markus Pirker on August 2, 2018 –

Our Co-Founder Stefan got interviewed by Nathan Latka for The Top Entrepreneurs Podcast. Stefan describes, why Jason Fried inspired him to go the SaaS route, reveals the challenges of running a UX agency next to a software business, and explains why he doesn’t focus on the numbers versus relationships.
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How Milanote iteratively improves their product by testing everything with real users

by Markus Pirker on November 2, 2017 –

The notes app Milanote is used by creative professionals working at big players like Apple or Facebook. We got together with Ollie, Co-Founder and CEO at Milanote and talked with him about his obsession over design details, the constant struggle of keeping the product simple and how he makes sure everyone on the team has some regular contact with real users.

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Userbrain Backstage: Making Usability Testing a Habit

by Stefan Rössler on March 31, 2016 –

Want to learn more about how we started Userbrain, how we work, and our future plans and projects we have in store?

If so then this Founder Talk interview we recently did with the lovely Sabine Elsässer, the co-founder of Startup Valley News, will be a good read.

She got to know us and our path to where we are right now, along with what Userbrain is all about and what we set out to achieve with it.

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Philipp, Lead Designer of Firefox, Talks Usability & Empathy

by Markus Pirker on March 3, 2016 –

Philipp, lead designer of Firefox talks usability and empathy

A few weeks ago we met Philipp Sackl, the lead designer of Firefox at Mozilla, at the UX Day in Graz where he gave an inspiring talk about empathy and design.

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Usability Case Study: How TawiPay Solves a Problem for 200 Million Migrants

by Markus Pirker on December 18, 2015 –

If you’ve already had to send money to a foreign country, you’ll know it’s neither cheap nor easy.

Realizing that globally such fund transfers represent over 500 billions of dollars annually Pascal Briod was frustrated with the amount of money people lose on transfer fees. So he co-founded TawiPay,as an easy-to-use alternative for international money transfers.

We spoke with Pascal about the problem he’s been solving for 200 million migrants, feedback from frustrated customers as a way of validating product-market-fit, and the challenge of integrating user tests into the working process.

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