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Dunning, Kruger & Associates Jun 12
Ever wondered what "job" the customer of a milkshake bar is "hiring" the milkshake to do? To keep a hand busy during a long commute? To stave off hunger? Learn how the "Jobs To Be Done" method could be your ticket to success ➡️
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Nassib Elkadri 2h
Shadowing the Signals and Crossings inspectors in Montreal to observe how they do their work was a great experience and efficient way to conduct qualitative UX research.
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Vytautas Alech 19h
10 tools I use that aren't meant for ux
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Josh Ackerman 11h
UX research isn’t just a tool for learning about users. It’s also a tool for democratizing product decisions within the team. User-driven insights are the glue that every team member can wrap their head around. Those insights bind the team together.
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Laurel Natale 7h
THIS ---> UserBit - UX Research and Collaboration Platform -
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Ethan Danstrom Jun 14
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Lauren Isaacson 10h
Something I will never ask in any usability test: Did you find this interface/app/website delightful? Delightful... Just try saying that question out loud without sounding like a complete tool. I dare you.
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Alyssa Bautista 6h
First day at !! Thank you for making me feel welcomed and what a streamlined on boarding process! 😅
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Konrad M Jun 17
Redesigning the Amazon App. A nice UX case study showing user researcher, data analyst, UI/UX visualizer and product designer playing together in a one-man team.
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Catalyst UX 14h
We couldn't agree more than when it comes to product design simplicity is so important. For more on Simplicity, read our blog: .
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Espino_a, C.M. Jun 10
Expect at least 30 minutes of technical difficulties for every remote participant. Seriously. And then book sessions accordingly so they go for 30-45 minutes over the time allotted because the universe doesn't believe in honoring your time.
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Geri Arnold 12h
Driving Telehealth Success by Creating Trust and Meaningful Interactions
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Mary Luong Jun 11
This is what looks like at with . Come to Booth 3105 to get your action figure!
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Kelly Moran Jun 15
We learned so much with paper prototypes this week. Participants really got into it. So glad we didn't push back testing to wait for a functional proto. We validated the critical concept without it. Up next: refining the usability.
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Jessica Sherratt Jun 15
You don’t have to facilitate to conduct research, sometimes you have to be invisible to get the answers you need
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House of Winsor 14h
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Priscilla Ho Jun 14
Great questions and discussion at the meetup yesterday on what Iterating on Good Design means. Ask “why” more! Thanks for hosting the meet-up and to for representing the support.
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Geri Arnold 12h
Op-Ed: The Future of Retail Is Human
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Sabrina Couto Jun 13
Emojis can be interpreted in different ways by people so if you use them in surveys, you might get unreliable answers.
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Jessica Sherratt Jun 14
As designers sometimes we can stand in the way, speaking on behalf of our users, instead we should be enabling our users to be safe to say what they feel even in places where it is not normally A question from a young girl in Nigeria
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