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asmaloney 🇨🇦 May 15
"Crafting a user experience without user research is basically educated guesswork. " by via
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Gytis Ceglys 💡 2h
It’s important to ensure that any differences between men and women that you choose to accentuate through design actually exist and aren’t just a deliberate construct. Failure to identify real gender differences can leave you seeming as sexist as the meme below
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Gytis Ceglys 💡 4h
We react differently when people smile at us and when they frown at us. Our emotional responses recognize emotions in others, and they drive the way we interact with people.
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pranay sute 10h
The most useful insights come from first user test and not much from user research.
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Izabella Timmons May 17
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User Research London May 16
Six weeks to go until User Research London kicks off for 2019! 🇬🇧 We’ve still got limited conference tickets left - so don't delay.
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Gytis Ceglys 💡 May 13
UX research can answer two types of questions: What’s useful? What do people need? Who is the target audience? What’s usable? Does the design work for people, and how it can be improved?
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Yeti May 13
Discover how to conduct and involve users in the process in these 5 ways:
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People for Research 7h
5 benefits of running remote unmoderated research | At PFR, we're advocates of using to make informed decisions, so we have listed 5 reasons to support our thinking when it comes to surveys & online tasks –
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Joris oger May 15
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ServiceDesignAcademy 19h
Service Design is a multi-disciplinary, innovative field that helps organisations see their services from a customer perspective.
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Capella Systems May 13
RT ESFAgov "RT ESFAdigital: Are you an employer that may consider becoming an apprenticeship training provider? Help us improve by sharing your feedback, sign up here 👇 "
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Peter Zalman May 16
We get along really fine with my wife, but we often don’t understand each other. We often laugh about how she tells me something and it turns out that what she meant and what I understood were completely different!
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1mol May 17
Tweeting some favorite lines from Jon Kolko's book - 'requirements for knowledge for synthesis are not universality & minimality but rather individuality & diversity'
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Isa Kolehmainen May 15
Such a fab day at the first ever cross-gov user research ethics meetup - fantastic to get so many talented and passionate people in the same room to share and talk about very important topics 🙌😍
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Praiz UX May 13
Replying to @PraizUx
Takeaways 1. Stop pretending you're a visual designer. "If you’re a user experience researcher, you don’t design screens. You design experiences."
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User Interviews May 10
Doing great can get pretty complicated 🤹‍. is here to help your team make sense of it all.
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UX Booth May 16
Without , product teams are operating blindly and are left to make assumptions about their users that may or not be accurate. User research may be the most important role in your company.
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Geoff Wilson May 14
In thinking about the last online purchase you made by credit card, did you manually type in your CC details (name, number, expiry date), used your browser/app to auto-complete the CC form, or selected a CC saved on the website itself? Curious question
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Jan Seifert May 18
User Experience Design is not just about making money. It’s about doing something valuable.
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