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Zach Pousman Jun 20
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Talebook 1h
Very important phase in the whole process is gaining informations from target users. That’s basically what’s the whole process all about — it focuses on user and his experience, so that is crucial for us to get to know what are his needs and problems at first.
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Doug Collins Jun 17
Reminder: users will use your product in ways you won't anticipate. Head problems off at the pass with good testing at all stages of the product life cycle.
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ProjectUX Jun 21
Customer journey maps are incredibly useful tools, it's unfortunate that a lot of companies don't take the time to work through them
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Microsoft Research + Insight Jun 22
We love learning here at R+I! Today we're hosting a talk by 's Jessie Thomas, who is discussing how to move research beyond reports and instead focus on impact—a goal our team is passionate about.
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Ladies that UX PHL Jun 21
Join us for an evening of show & tell on Monday July 2nd ! From performing data-driven to conducting stakeholder workshops to achieving organizational buy-in (or not)…there’s a lot to talk about! Register at:
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Stefan Link Jun 16
How design helps top notch companies to understand their pain points, solve problems & and bring innovative solutions into the industry What do you think how companies need to grow and win?
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Thought Into Design Jun 22
Sharing a quote from Steve Jobs that we must always remember.
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Cheenu Jun 15
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Cheenu Jun 22
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ExperienceLab 6h
'Assure the product owner that you’re there to help - Be transparent about your research process and get the product owner and the rest of the product team involved early on'
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David @ Taam Insight Jun 20
Preparing a talk on UX and (early stage) new york. Focusing on all startups with a bent on -related projects. Details to follow.
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ux by qonita Jun 22
During my recruiting days, I set tough requirements for tech freshgrads applying to junior positions. 1st, many weren't really interested in humans. 2nd, the soc freshgrads beat them big time in the ethics of human research. Teaching ethics outside school is hard.
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Steven Cook Jun 22
There are over 1,862,978 business books written a year that don't mention how clear and obvious it is that the most important thing a business can ever do is User Testing. How this can be overlooked or marginalised/minimalised literally cannot make sense :) (imo)
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Rio Purba 28m
Check out new work on my portfolio: "Groceree - Retail Shop App User Experience Design"
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Sonal Batavia 1h
Workshop 4: ideating and prototyping happened last weekend with our squad of 3 for HCD course. Magical things happen when you get in a room with sticky notes, markers + designers.
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Penny Rance 1h
I had an excellent day at last Thursday. Here's some of the cool stuff I learnt
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People for Research 6h
4 tips for handling a product owner who is nervous about research
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Just ask users! 7h
People in : How much time do you spend on making sense of your research results? If it’s too much, use our software to assist your brain.
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UX Brighton 9h
FINAL WEEK to save with an early bird ticket. Fri 2 Nov is dedicated to 'Advancing Research', with speakers set to share insights & skills you can take back to our projects & clients. Grab your early bird by the end of Sat 30 June...
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