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OVO Tech Team Dec 6
We're proud of how far our practice has come in 2018
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Cheenu 11h
Distracted Driving is a UX problem. If we want to solve this problem properly, we need to understand why people do it in the first place?
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M3 Design 6h
Identifying and understanding users early is a key step in avoiding mistakes and costly delays in the product development process.
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The Research Thing Dec 10
How do you strip back for startups? We have become very agile, looked for the right people, that was enough for them at that point of their funding cycle. We stripped back on venue, used online diaries, what’s apped people after a while.
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WhatUsersDo 7h
Sometimes you may want to rely on existing market research rather than new user research to inform product decisions. Hey – both involve customers and are the same, amiright? 🤔
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User Viewing Dec 6
The body language of | When you think of user research, there are a lot of moving pieces to juggle, especially when you start to consider how much this can impact how a participant responds within this setting – via
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The Research Thing Dec 10
What’s refreshing? And what’s the magic ingredient?
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Yasmin Dec 8
Excited to finally start planning playtests for at :D let’s see how it goes!
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Cheenu 6h
A big part of UX Research is coming up with a plan to understand the problems. Think strategically about which methods to use at the appropriate phase of a project.
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Inquire Works 10h
Heading south after working with a Glasgow based client for a couple of days. Tired, cold but with a little glow as we think we've left the team a lot stronger than when we found them earlier this year.
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The Research Thing Dec 10
Our audience is hearing a lot about semiotics today.... Are you interested in this? Should we get more speakers around the topic? Let us know!
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User Viewing Dec 10
To listen or not to listen to your users? | Any can be relevant, but if you don’t collect the correct data (or enough of it), any action you take will be based on guesswork and personal experience  – by
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Christi Roberds 21h
Mind blown! Plus love they are sharing their study recordings:). Notice which ‘word’ gets the biggest reaction from the crowd.
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Marcela Ospina 14h
Do tons of user research but follows tech and business requirements when designing. The usual dilemma of my clients when dealing with different vendors and trying to meet their targets. Is there a middle point?
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User Viewing Dec 10
Build better products by conducting better | Research rarely offers instant results, which is why it’s so difficult to secure executive buy-in. To mitigate this, focus on what conducting research will accomplish in tangible ways –
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Cheenu 8h
Question: If conversational AI matures, would it make having imaginary friends obsolete?
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The Research Thing Dec 10
looking at tomorrow’s nutrition and checking cultural references for a product
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Acumen Digital 17h
In the beginning, there was GUI. All GUI interfaces have one major problem — they are artificial creations that make the process of problem-solving harder because they introduce a cognitive load on top of the problems.
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Ronnie 15h
"Executives respect those that can break down barriers…" Business for Designers: how to eliminate executive interference & get your innovative ideas out the… by *really good tips and advice
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(user research) jason 4h
First draft of my talk is complete, I'm happy with it, submitted it for something coming up. Hopefully it'll be a fun, informative talk all about user needs
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