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Lauren Isaacson Jun 17
Something I will never ask in any usability test: Did you find this interface/app/website delightful? Delightful... Just try saying that question out loud without sounding like a complete tool. I dare you.
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DesignUp ⬆️ 6h
Yvonne Tse wants us to imagine what it would feel like to land after a long haul flight - and takes us all the way south to Christchurch, NZ
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Dunning, Kruger & Associates Jun 12
Ever wondered what "job" the customer of a milkshake bar is "hiring" the milkshake to do? To keep a hand busy during a long commute? To stave off hunger? Learn how the "Jobs To Be Done" method could be your ticket to success ➡️
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Liz Kessick 17h
Really feeling the emotional weight of today. it's tough sometimes. 😢
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Research Partnership 2h
Just over a week to go until our latest – if you haven’t already, make sure that you register and submit any questions that you want answering during the webinar:
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Paul Sylling 17h
Came across a good model for structuring task scenario progression in a usability test. Orientation > Affordance > Action
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Brock 15h
Reading about recruitment methods in the park.
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Catalyst UX 18h
The goal for a developer/designer should clearly anticipate and answer the user's questions. The less the user thinks, the better the design.
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Shawna Moser 17h
The best conversations are driven by curiosity. When it comes to talking to customers we think timing, curiosity and not getting stuck on if the questions you're asking are good is key to success.
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Montrealgia May 5
Speaking of ⁦⁩… this ⁦⁩ description of ⁦⁩ sounds like ⁦⁩/⁦⁩/⁦⁩. Don’t automate everything… at first. in Gov work.
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Research Rewind 20h
Join us tomorrow at WeWork for an advanced workshop with if you’re an advanced UX researcher, you don’t wanna miss this one!!
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Ethan Danstrom Jun 14
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Nassib Elkadri Jun 17
Shadowing the Signals and Crossings inspectors in Montreal to observe how they do their work was a great experience and efficient way to conduct qualitative UX research.
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Josh Ackerman Jun 17
UX research isn’t just a tool for learning about users. It’s also a tool for democratizing product decisions within the team. User-driven insights are the glue that every team member can wrap their head around. Those insights bind the team together.
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Sara Canalís 6h
How can we be deciding what to build, while we are in the middle of building it?
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Espino_a, C.M. Jun 10
Expect at least 30 minutes of technical difficulties for every remote participant. Seriously. And then book sessions accordingly so they go for 30-45 minutes over the time allotted because the universe doesn't believe in honoring your time.
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Mary Luong Jun 11
This is what looks like at with . Come to Booth 3105 to get your action figure!
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Nomensa Apr 29
Does your website need a UX health check? 🤔 In our latest blog post Brendan, Senior UX Consultant, looks at some ways to check the effectiveness of your digital service. Take a read 👇
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C Todd Lombardo May 20
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Jessica Sherratt Jun 15
You don’t have to facilitate to conduct research, sometimes you have to be invisible to get the answers you need
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