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AnswerLab 7h
While speed dating has been popular as a way to meet new people for years, we're starting to see it gain new popularity among teams to get fast feedback and build empathy for .
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Pol Desmarais 23h
One of the aspects I love about my job is meeting people passionate about their work. End users and stakeholders alike.
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ratul aich Feb 21
The ugly Local Cable Set Top Box Remote that bully the Million Dollar UX Researched TV's Original Remote in India.
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Abhishek Jain Feb 12
Interpretation is an art
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Kristin Feb 19
article on a Scorecard interesting as a way to keep track of projects AND I'd go a step further and add a column on how the research delivered business value via or tie to product KPIs. s://www.userzoom.com/blog/what-are-data-scorecards-in-ux-research/
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Taylor Croll Feb 21
Looking for a Sr. UX Researcher on Amazon New Initiatives team- must have experience with Hardware devices and at least 7 years of professional experience.
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Barbara Gulten Feb 21
PSP Driver: This is my side hustle (this saved my life; was depressed for year and half couldn’t leave the house)
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Brian McKenna Feb 21
One question that comes from suggesting that developers participate in research: If we can’t communicate the problem to devs adequately through analysis artifacts, are these artifacts actually carrying the weight we think they are?
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Karl Li Feb 21
how does your team manage the handoff between user research and interface or interaction design?
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AnswerLab 4h
Last week, we hosted a panel on how you can use speed dating methodologies to empower to conduct their own research and ultimately build for your . Check out our top learnings!
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Alec Levin Feb 21
letting go of all their user researchers because they don't have product-market fit and can't sell any "smart" glasses is the most thing I've ever heard of 🙄 🖕 if you're looking for some great lmk and I'll put you in touch.
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Kristine Remer Feb 13
Recruiting experiment underway! Hired TaskRabbit to post flyers in target’s location. Anyone try this before? Learnings?
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Anthony Faria Feb 21
1. Observe the user 2. Run and analyze data 3. Use competitors products 4. Review NPS & support tickets etc, etc...
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Luca Mazet Feb 19
Psychographics: A qualitative measure for user’s psychological Attributes by Sourabh Purwar
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João Gonzalez 13h
Understand user behavior can be really hard! Here you can find some tips where to start.
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pair Networks 12h
“You are not your users … the developers are not your users, and your coworkers are not your users.” Douglas Adams
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Alisa Sisson Feb 21
I've spent a year researching visual attention and spatial design in games. Most of my classwork over that time centered around it. I'm creating a model to measure it. I built a level to test it. And some kid just beat the level in 10 minutes.
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Brian McKenna 5h
Juts because something is an improvement on where we are today doesn't mean we are moving in the right direction. Some key q's to consider when including developers in research efforts.
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UXPALA Feb 21
It's happening soon! Registration is open and tickets are selling fast for three full days of education, networking and socializing at ConveyUX Seattle 2019
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Curiosity Research Feb 13
Replying to @Curiosity_rnd
2/ For broad research, have dedicated verticals in the team that are self governing, guided by a central unit. Each vertical is also a publishing platform, responsible for producing info readable by everyone else Broad research is ecosystem, roles, domains
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