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Jake Knapp & Jonathan Courtney
Jake and Jonathan
Jake and Jonathan (formally Product Breakfast Club) is a behind the scenes look at how some of the best companies in the world design their products. Jake Knapp, NY Times best-selling author of "Sprint", has helped companies like Slack, Nest and 23andMe build successful products. Jonathan Courtney, co-founder of AJ&Smart, has worked with companies like RedBull, eBay and the United Nations, to help them build better products faster. In this new, exciting podcast, the two of them have teamed up to discuss things like product design, innovation and productivity.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 823 ratings
If you have a bad case of FOMO: Don’t listen with full hands. You may need to Google a Book, Podcast, or Website recommendation at any minute. You have been warned. Bye.
Dominik (@da_allgeier) via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 07/01/20
I really like the podcast but wish they did more talks with cool designers as they haven’t had a guest in months. I’m not too interested in Star Wars. 🤖 Come on guys get more designers/cool guys on the show 🐌🚀😽
ned345 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 06/29/20
I’ve just listened to the last episode (144) which Jake interviews Sarah Cooper and I think you should keep Jonathan out, as this is the BEST episode so far - by miles and miles of distance. (😂 It’s a joke, more or less)
thiago dalcin via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 06/22/20
Recent Episodes
Tech politics & big tech. 👻 How AJ&Smart is dealing with the Facebook situation. 🤔Hey vs Superhuman. 🦸‍♂️ What you should do early in your career vs later. 👨‍💻Book binging & recommendations. 📚Therapy for dudes. 🛋
Published 07/06/20
Crotchless shorts. 🩳 Jonathan (re)reads Make Time 📖 and buys a new SECRET domain name. 👀 A recommendation for the best books EVER written for making money online. 🔥 A discussion of the news. 🗞
Published 06/29/20
This episode is a replay of an interview from many moons ago, but chances are you haven’t listened to it. You should totally Check out Sarah on Twitter — she’s been doing some VERY interesting stuff.
Published 06/22/20
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