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Reliability and Validity: Ensuring a Foolproof UX Research Plan

Methodical user research following best practices yields good results, but are they “reliable” or “valid”? Here's how we apply social science concepts to UX research. [Read More]

The 3 Phases of Inspiration. Offload. Look Around. Go Wild. The Process of Creating Ideas in Design, Experience, and Innovation Projects

A UX Designer proposes a framework for ideation and collaboration that design teams can leverage for practical yet outside-the-box thinking that leads to innovation. [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]

Startups and UX: Relating Success to Good UX Practices

Research conducted on startups in Detroit, Michigan proves that the success of any startup hinges on the employment of UX to feed the ROI. [Read More]

Evidence-Based Story Mapping

Considering multiple possibilities for your product direction? Evidence-based story mapping can be a powerful tool for understanding stakeholder opinions and informing prioritization decisions. [Read More]

Boozeability: The Rise of Drunk User Testing

Conducting user research in a party atmosphere setting is growing in popularity but comes with ethical risks and methodology concerns. [Read More]

Current Customers: The Kano Model Helps Keep Personas Fresh

Understanding the progression of products and human behavior according to the Kano model—customer satisfaction measured via five categories—can help you refresh personas. [Read More]

Turning User Research on Its Head (Book Review)

A review of “Presumptive Design: Design Provocations for Innovation” by Leo Frishberg and Charles Lambdin. [Read More]