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UX & UI 7h
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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usercentered 9h
Treat the cause - not the symptoms
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Holly Burroughs Cole Jul 10
The true deliverable of or or whateveryouwannacallit is taking contextual knowledge out of the realm of a privileged few, making it available to all. It’s not a deck, analysis, report, or design. It’s shared knowledge. It is the true level-setter.
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Markus Weber Jul 4
It’s not a user researcher’s job to win discussions regarding user needs and perspectives. It’s their job to make sure that these discussions are taking place on an informed basis.
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ESFADigitalServices Aug 16
Are you an employer that is considering becoming an apprenticeship training provider? Help us improve by taking part in our research, sign up here 👇  
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Claire Durrant Aug 14
When running user interviews: This is great, you're giving me so much useful information! When analysing user interviews: You couldn't have just given me a one-word answer could you
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Nick Bowmast Jul 18
Shop-along gone wrong.
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InteractionDesignOrg Jul 17
User Shadowing: Observe Behavior Rather Than Opinions
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Jan Seifert 17h
Let us design something and change this world. Now that we did, didn't it just happen, that changing this world rendered our design obsolete?
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Sergey Lukyanov Aug 16
A kick-ass example of guerilla research. Found in Berlin.
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Lars Bredahl 9h
How to incorporate into your process: via
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Emilio Franco Jun 11
Interesting hearing about the results of our supplier this morning. "a string of letters and numbers followed by .pdf doesn't tell me that's the statement of work I'm supposed to read"
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Benoît Meunier Aug 13
"You can make statistics say anything you want." ... well, numbers can never lie, but words can. If you're using to prove a point, you'll succeed.
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Becky Colley Aug 15
Does anyone have any nice example questions you might ask users to find out how content has made them feel (things around language, tone, etc.)?
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Mannu Amrit Jul 2
If you're a part of a product team that uses and are craving to participate in and provide feedback, please hit me up 🎯
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UX Links Aug 6
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We Are Margot Jul 15
How can I reduce the environmental impact of my user research? Pencils instead of Sharpies? Travel less? Suggestions welcome.
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Rachel A Jul 23
I've written a new on user needs- with a case study from book
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Leah Thompson Jun 10
I have recently started working with empathy maps instead of personas and have become really passionate about doing this. Have a read of my blog which explains why I do this and the benefits it has:
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Radical Research Aug 1
✨ TICKET GIVEAWAY ✨ Radical Research Summit is NEXT month. To celebrate, we are giving away one FREE ticket to a lucky research enthusiast. Follow the steps below! Contest closes next week on Thursday, 8th Aug at 11:59PM PST.
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