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Gregg Bernstein May 17
Your research won’t always be used. It won’t always be cited. Share it all the same. The job is to make everyone smarter. User research adds to the collective wisdom of an organization.
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Aide Gutierrez 7h
Isn't it funny how when is approved for a project there always seems to be a lot of haggling? "Yes, but you have 1 week to do the research." "Ok, but you'll have to do it on your own." "Go ahead, but we won't give you any context of what we're trying to achieve."
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Rebecca Topps 13h
Best way to integrate accessibility into UX research is to contact local disability organisations and charities. Most places are keen to get involved with other companies and you can repay the favour by using incentives, or offering free assistive tech training
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John Cutler May 22
I’m doing some freelance research ... looking to interview 1) folks who sit on the board of directors of a public/private company, and/or 2) who administer/manage a board. Lemme know if you have 20 minutes sometime.
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UX Links May 22
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Stefan Link May 17
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Victor 🦄👨‍💻 12m
Replying to @whimsyniche
There are 3 layers of confusion in 1. username which are randomly assign at registration (REALLY!) 2. shop name there's a 0.20 fee 3. public profile is not the same as a username If you were to ask any users or were to conduct on this. Pls share.
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Allison Abbott May 21
Deeply honored to have been the external Keynote Address for 's 2018 EMEA UX conference last week in Munich. You rock, your office rocks, your city rocks...thank you for being such wonderful hosts and thought partners!
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Cheenu 16h
Great diagram on selecting the right research methods(s) from Erika Hall's Just Enough Research.
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Ram K May 22
"When I interview potential customers, I look for evidence of a struggle. I’m looking for an energy to tap into. That’s how I know a struggling moment exists and that there’s an opportunity to create something..." from 'When Coffee and Kale Compete'
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Shashank Dogra May 16
When starts looking like a crime mystery.
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Aggie May 18
User journey mapping workshop with and
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i Need Users May 18
UX Participants for all your needs :) If you need help, get in touch!
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UX Brighton May 22
Interesting-looking job at one of 's big digital players...
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Alessandra May 22
Featured on my profile background picture are and Follow them for and tweets!
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User Interviews 17h
Happy everyone. We'll be sharing tips and content with a focus on product management today to celebrate.
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UX Links May 18
The Most Important Videos and Methods For Understanding Design Thinking >
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Guidione Machava 13h
“You can use qualitative research to identify the factors that affect the areas under investigation, then use that information to devise quantitative research that assesses how these factors would affect user preferences.”
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⭕ Anton Lebed 15h
Onboarding: A College Student Discovers A List Apart
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Beacon 17h
"Guerrilla research: quick, not dirty" How to do guerrilla test in 8 steps
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