A Day in the Life of a UX Manager

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A look into the daily life of UX managers who play a unique role in UX practice. [Read More]

Can Voice-Driven Virtual Assistants Help Eliminate Physician Burnout?

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Cumbersome medical software is a leading cause in physician dissatisfaction and burnout. But that story could change if physicians had a voice-driven virtual medical assistant. [Read More]

Human-to-Human Interaction Style in Voice User Interface Design

Voice-enabled devices are gaining the ability to mimic human-to-human interactions fairly well. This article outlines some general guidelines to consider when designing voice user interfaces. [Read More]

The Perils of Low-Hanging Fruit: Assessing “Viability” within the Minimum Viable Product

UX design teams reaching for low-hanging fruit for MVP products may fall into the trap of focusing on “minimal” to the detriment of “viable.” [Read More]

Five Years of UX Research Operations Improvements at Novo Nordisk: A Retrospective Reflection

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Over the past five years, Novo Nordisk has systematically iterated and improved on their UX research processes, increasing the design influence on product development. [Read More]

Designing Great Voice User Interfaces—More than Creating Good Conversations

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UX Writing and Content Strategy: What Is the Difference?

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