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Cheenu Aug 18
Super excited to start reading this book soon! Bridges my three interests: brains, UX, and video games!
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Melissa Eggleston 4h
Love my swag ! Thank you! Keep on making better!
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Sheetal D. Agarwal Aug 19
“Researching Researchers, Part I” by Gale Yang - some interesting facts about user researchers and the discipline
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Raphael Lamas Aug 17
It’s so reassuring when you spontaneously hear from your target users some of your product issues that you’ve already noticed, but stakeholders don’t realise / admit they exist.
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Cheenu Aug 19
Design Thinking isn't just a skillset, it is a mindset.
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Jake Volz Aug 15
I had the pleasure of talking about Greek gods and at last week's Bay Area meeting with . Special thanks to all who attended and participated. Photos by Join Bay Area UXPA here:
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Just ask users! 35m
Without , we could have made disastrous mistakes. via
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Beacon 3h
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Kinjal Popat 4h
For my looking for a tool to record multiple users testing prototype simultaneously in different laptops.
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sylvia villegas 4h
question: When is a user persona not just a stereotype?
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Zach Pousman 5h
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Functionaire 6h
chatting what focus leads to ... all fun things we do for our clients everyday!
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IxDA Atlanta 7h
Come join our subgroup as we talk about tomorrow evening
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Beacon 7h
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Delve 10h
You can easily search Delve for specific quotes or passages from your research interviews, allowing you to quickly find key ideas from your transcripts.
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Beacon 10h
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Meghan Urisko Aug 19
Do you transcribe your own interviews? I find it really helps me to revisit + engage with the material this intensely. Plus it lets me spend a lot of time with this view 😊🔍📄
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Beacon Aug 18
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Delve Aug 17
With Delve's code groups, you can easily find thematic relationships in your qualitative data--allowing your research insights to emerge.
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CUTGroup Detroit Aug 17
New Fellow and Outgoing Fellow are interviewing patrons to learn about their favorite library to make sure these are reflected on the
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