Articles by Jerrod Larson

Jerrod Larson has been a UX manager at companies such as Alaska Airlines, Amazon, Google, and Qualtrics, and was a UX designer at Boeing. He has a PhD in Human-Centered Design from the University of Washington where he serves on its external advisory board.

(English) A Day in the Life of a UX Manager

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(English) A look into the daily life of UX managers who play a unique role in UX practice. [Leer más]

Convertirse en un administrador de experiencia de usuario: nuevas habilidades, requisitos y recompensas

Aceptar un rol de liderazgo de experiencia de usuario resulta más simple cuando se comprende las oportunidades y los desafíos que existen en su nuevo empleo. [Leer más]

(English) User-Centered Procurement: Evaluating the Usability of “Off-the-Shelf” Software

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(English) UX teams must extend the role of usability evaluation to the "off-the-shelf" software procurement process itself. [Leer más]

(English) Absent, Undefined, Undervalued: Usability in Technology Research Firm Software Evaluations

(English) Usability practitioners should understand how their management decides upon enterprise software, reading and responding to reports in order to ensure usability is a key factor in the decision-making process. [Leer más]