There are many books for designers. There are fewer good books for designers. There are even fewer good books for designers where information is presented straight to the point without unnecessary details.Continue reading “Think Like A UX Researcher by David Travis, Philip Hodgson”
This blog post aims to share an insightful analysis and key excerpts from a survey I conducted as part of my UX research, focused on individuals with ADHD. The complete UX research will be unveiled as a portfolio project soon.
So, what did I learn from surveying people with ADHD for my UX Portfolio Project? How can these insights inform more empathetic and inclusive design? I invite you to join me on this fascinating exploration. Let’s delve into the significant insights and surprises that emerged from my analysis.Continue reading “ADHD and UX Design: My Survey Analysis”
UX research has become an integral part of the Product Designer’s toolkit and is here to stay. It is beneficial to involve not only designers and analysts, but to encourage broader participation in the research process. There are numerous methods available, each with its own nuances and may be unclear to management unless the value of research is adequately explained. Why data scientists may struggle to understand extrapolation based on three data points, how outsourcing research differs from an internal UX lab (seemingly not much) — all about it in this post.Continue reading “UX Research: Why are they important? How can they be conducted? Who is a UX Researcher?”