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ux research and bad data – part one: recruitment
One of the main role of the researcher, is to provide quality, reliable data to the product team. However, it is not quite as easy as it may seem. Researchers, for lack of appropriate information or skill, may be at risk of generating data lacking in quality. There are multiple strategies that can be...
22 Dec 2010
UX Research and Collaborations: Maximizing UX Skills
Great research does not matter if nobody reads it As a user experience researcher, your goal is to provide knowledge to the product team about the audience they are designing for(*).However, the effort spent creating that knowledge is ultimately wasted if it is not appropriately shaped to support...
17 Nov 2010
How to create a new methodology
UX methods are abundant. They don’t always work in the way they are outlined either. In reality, methods are guidelines for collecting data on users during a point in the development cycle. In other words methods are rarely applied exactly the same way, at the same time. Given this, much leeway...
8 Nov 2010
About features that make user experience suck
In my last post , I discussed how using the right level of fidelity could ease design reviews and help the design process, especially in multi-disciplinary environments. This topic is somewhat related to the one I want to discuss today, which is about how your design can provide features misleading...
3 Nov 2010
Grounding, Inspiring, Validating - What is UX Research part 1
Coming out of my Ph.D., I was not quite prepared to become a user experience researcher in the industry. While I was well prepared with the research side of things, everything else was, and to a large extent still remains, unknown. So as I am learning on the job my new role, I thought I would...
3 Nov 2010
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