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Chris Kiess
Principal User Experience Designer & Lead
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Jason J Saleem Jan 15
There is quite a bit of variation in how outpatient providers work before, during, and after each patient encounter, including timing of EHR use. The exam room should be designed to support these varying work habits and preferences.
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Chris Kiess Dec 31
The New Year cooking fury has begun. @ Wheeling, Illinois
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Chris Kiess Dec 17
Nice list of articles from with a callout for my highest ranking story of the year. Thanks !
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Chris Kiess Dec 10
What to do when you get stuck in UX design
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Jane Portman Nov 17
"There really isn't a playbook. If there were a playbook, people would be cranking out successful startups all the time." —
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Svetlin Denkov Nov 11
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Chris Kiess Nov 8
As we approach Veterans Day...
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UX Collective Nov 3
UX exclusive: fake news, lies & myths — by
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Chris Kiess Oct 31
What do we really know about UX design? A call for evidence-based design.
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Chris Kiess Oct 4
Replying to @svetlindenkov
Thanks!
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Chris Kiess Oct 1
Replying to @Leon_A_Banks
Me too. I always seem to have more questions than answers...funny how that works.
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Chris Kiess Sep 19
Replying to @blueflymedia
Thanks, buddy!
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Chris Kiess Sep 18
Replying to @changeup3
Thanks, John. It was an easy piece to write, but much harder to live. :)
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Chris Kiess Sep 18
On the art of doing nothing and pretending to design...
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Chris Kiess Sep 10
What I got out of two years of UX writing.
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Chris Kiess Aug 21
What happens to all of that UX work we do? Where does it all go?
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Jared Spool Aug 15
Hiring managers and recruiters: Asking for a portfolio or work sample from a UX design or research candidate without telling them what you’d like to see in their submission is just cruel. You’re expecting them to read your mind.
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Chris Kiess Aug 15
What patients really want. I'll give you a hint: There's no app for this.
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Chris Kiess Aug 1
Replying to @InfoPro_Tasha
Thanks, Natasha. Glad to know I can touch other lives through sharing my own.
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GovWebworks Jul 31
Some thoughts on how to avoid McDonaldization of UX, or oversimplification of the design process with
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