Life as a young UX Researcher<span class="badge-status" style="background:#f4524d">UXinsight</span> 

Life as a young UX ResearcherUXinsight 

The number of UX Researchers is growing rapidly. This means that there are now more young employees than experienced employees in the field. Because there are fewer seniors UX researchers, it is challenging for the young UX researcher to pave the way for research within a company. Besides, there is a considerable amount of employees Read

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Obtaining deeper insights from research participants with images<span class="badge-status" style="background:#F4524D">UXinsight</span> 

Obtaining deeper insights from research participants with imagesUXinsight 

Have you ever felt you weren’t digging deep enough into the context of research participants’ responses? Even if you were asking follow-up questions? Sometimes, simply asking questions isn’t enough. You need to introduce other tools to help participants better express themselves. I learned this the hard way, by interviewing sixth-grade primary school students on what Read

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One-pagers in User Research — Notes on the book ‘Interviewing Users’<span class="badge-status" style="background:#F4524D">UXinsight</span> 

One-pagers in User Research — Notes on the book ‘Interviewing Users’UXinsight 

Last month, I finished reading Steve Portigal’s book on ‘Interviewing Users’. This article is about one of my major takeaways from the book, and how I applied it to a recent user study. The reason for reading the book was that I wanted to look inside the ‘head’ of another user researcher and potentially find Read

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