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Aaron Mar 20
Every time I hear “K.I.S.S”, I think “why is that so complicated?” For being such a poor academic, I sure am a textbook over-thinker. ?
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Christine R-Browne Mar 20
A Service Design “bible” 🙌
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Cheenu Mar 24
Conversational experiences are at its heart about providing information personalized for one person, directly.
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Jan Seifert Mar 23
How can you build something new, if you aren’t okay with not already knowing the answer? - Nilofer Merchant ()
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Filipe 7h
"Great designers don't fall in love with their solutions. Great designers fall in love with user's problems." - Jared M. Spool Credits: uxgoodies
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Joe Pendlebury Mar 18
Fellow Sharpie addicts, I need your help. I'm looking to introduce the concept of a User Research Wall to my new employer, but am struggling to find sticky notes with enough cling to stay put on a whiteboard for more than a day. Any tips or IKEA-esque hacks?
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Jan Seifert 16h
The first task in is to stimulate a discussion about the research question. If the question is meaningless so is your work. Guide your client to a good question and increase the value of the product. -
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Rachel A 12h
Due to a project change, I will be looking for a contract user research position from 8th April. Midlands area, but preferably Birmingham/Solihull/Coventry. Will consider short/long term and some travel not necessarily a barrier. DBS/References.
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Cheenu 8h
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Jan Seifert Mar 21
User Research can yield ambiguous results because it merely discloses the complexity that is out there. That is not a fault. It enriches your insight. Be successful and accept this challenge. -
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Oana Juncu Mar 20
agile mastery goes through stories that are ready for devs for imminent development.
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UX24/7 7h
Case Study: Our User Research Project with 'My Home Move'
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Oana Juncu Mar 20
: do longitudinal inquiring
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John Whalen Mar 17
It's Never a Good Time to Do Research – Which is why you should be doing research all the time
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Capella Systems Mar 22
RT ESFAgov "RT ESFAdigital: The large employer roadshows are a chance for employers to meet with staff from ESFAgov, learn about upcoming developments and take part in some workshops. Read our new blog from the event here
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UX24/7 11h
How to Run a True Intent Study
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Sara Cousins 13h
Excellent resource on creating human centred design AI - 18 guidelines from Microsoft
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Verónica Traynor 2h
💡Challenges of implementing : Which challenges do you identify with?
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Dr. Dhruv Sharma 6h
Hello UR-folk! I’d love to hear your thoughts on great ways of assessing user research competencies when hiring.
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Ernesto at MicroConf 52m
The difference between the methods we use to get customer data (multiple choice vs. open-ended questions) by
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