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. [続きを読む]


UXマネジメントの任務に就くにあたっては、その新しい仕事が与えてくれるチャンスや課題を理解しておくことがためになる。 [続きを読む]

(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. [続きを読む]

(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. [続きを読む]