Making UX Work with Joe Natoli

Episode 17, Nick Finck: removing fear, reaching out and remaining hungry

January 12, 2021 Joe Natoli Season 3 Episode 17
Making UX Work with Joe Natoli
Episode 17, Nick Finck: removing fear, reaching out and remaining hungry
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Making UX Work with Joe Natoli
Episode 17, Nick Finck: removing fear, reaching out and remaining hungry
Jan 12, 2021 Season 3 Episode 17
Joe Natoli

For this first episode of Season 3, I'm breaking my "no rock stars" rule. Because although he would never describe or consider himself as such, Nick Finck is a rock star — in the absolute best sense of the word.

For over 25 years, Nick has helped businesses build, grow, train, and support UX teams so they can focus on creating great products. And the core reason he's been so successful at doing so lies in his character, integrity and heart. Anyone who follow Nick on Twitter knows full well just how generous, selfless, supportive and wise he truly is.

 As you'll hear, Nick was one of the people who, along with Alan and Sue Cooper, had enormous impact on my path as an independent consultant. Had I not stumbled across his example nearly 15 years ago, I think my career would have taken a very different path.

I am beyond fortunate to call him my friend — and I am truly honored to share this incredible 1.5 hour conversation with you all.

Twitter:
@nickf

LinkedIn:
nickfinck

Websites:
CraftAndRigor.com
uxseattle.org

If you enjoyed this episode, please check out our good friend and sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by the resilience to turn a negative situation into a positive outcome. 

Show Notes

For this first episode of Season 3, I'm breaking my "no rock stars" rule. Because although he would never describe or consider himself as such, Nick Finck is a rock star — in the absolute best sense of the word.

For over 25 years, Nick has helped businesses build, grow, train, and support UX teams so they can focus on creating great products. And the core reason he's been so successful at doing so lies in his character, integrity and heart. Anyone who follow Nick on Twitter knows full well just how generous, selfless, supportive and wise he truly is.

 As you'll hear, Nick was one of the people who, along with Alan and Sue Cooper, had enormous impact on my path as an independent consultant. Had I not stumbled across his example nearly 15 years ago, I think my career would have taken a very different path.

I am beyond fortunate to call him my friend — and I am truly honored to share this incredible 1.5 hour conversation with you all.

Twitter:
@nickf

LinkedIn:
nickfinck

Websites:
CraftAndRigor.com
uxseattle.org

If you enjoyed this episode, please check out our good friend and sponsor, Stache Studio — a streetwear clothing brand focusing on quality products with a positive message, inspired by the resilience to turn a negative situation into a positive outcome.