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Is this an innovative way of inputting customer application data? Sort of feels like I'm in a "fill in the blanks" game show. Interested how this tests in user research




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first tests of the listening booth at . come by at and listen to audio from interviews in tanzania and mexico.



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7, 11, 15 or 25 - what is the right number of user research participants to get user journey insights










This week we began our research into the ground operational processes of with some crew observations and interviews, taking an ethnographic approach to understand the current state




A couple of months after 2019, we're still reeling from the amazing day we had at the event. By the way, did you read our five key takeaways, from talks about to the power of collaboration? 🤝




We spent our time building trust and relationships, and were rewarded with nothing but welcome and generosity. One of the highlights of my career so far. ❤️🇵🇬



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The comms team at have a new blog sharing how they apply “traditional” principles to successful for and testing. Good makes a difference! Read it here 👉




How to ask questions 📢 "Start off by defining broader themes. This will help organise groups of ideas to develop more specific questions about the user." |




Wir haben auf Grundlage unserer Nutzerrecherche, Personas erstellt, daraus Bedürfnisse abgeleitet und diese geclustert und benannt.







Hallo , die Methode, kostenpflichtige Artikel in Google einzuspeisen finde ich etwas zu aufdringlich. Wenn ihr diese wenigstens irgendwie markiert (zB.: "Premium: Titel des Beitrags", sagt bescheid. ?













What is the most common reason for companies to skip ? Myth #1: User research takes too long and costs a lot of money.






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This is why it’s so important to talk to (a range of) people early on! 

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Working on my another project since long time.
It’s a concept app of mine and I’m currently doing #Userresearch(mostly Qualitative) on this project.
While designing the #prototype for #UsabilityTesting, I decided NOT to go with just the “Pretty Pixels” NOR “Paper prototypes”.
So, being from a technical background, I always loved the real working screens so that I can get a clear picture of ‘User behaviors’.
Thanks, to the @uxpin it’s pretty much possible to design(or should I say “Implement” a complete design) using Advance interactions, Variables and more.

Here I’m sharing a concept from one of the core modules.
It’ll help you add your expenses more quickly with lesser clicks.
(A complete case study/app is on the way, stay tuned!)

Ignore the tags:
#userexperiencedesign #uxtrends #usabilitytesting #usability #userexperience #research #concept #uxui #usertesting #html #uxpin #userresearch #uxdesign #ux #prototype #wireframe #uxdesigner #sketch #adobexd #invision (at UXPin HQ)
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Nishant Dogra on LinkedIn: "UX Design strategy and goals for MyAgriGuru 3.0 application #Medium article #UserExperience #UserResearch #DesignStrategy #MyAgriGuru #Application #Medium https://lnkd.in/fB4Qiw7"
April 25, 2019: Nishant Dogra posted an article on LinkedIn

UX Design strategy and goals for MyAgriGuru 3.0 application #Medium article #UserExperience #UserResearch #DesignStrategy #MyAgriGuru #Application #Medium

Visual diary #5 | Questionnaire

After the initial set of user interviews, I created a simple Google Forms questionnaire to send out. The questionnaire had 10 questions that had been improved and tweaked throughout the in-person interviews.

After sending this questionnaire out to family, friends, and coworkers, I set out to conduct in-person research at supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops, and the gym.

By this time, I had made a small but significant tweak to the initial problem statement. It changed from “How can technology help consumers waste less time?” to “How can technology help us spend less time in lines?” The two big changes were dropping consumers in favor of ‘us’ and focusing on spending time in 'lines’ instead of 'wasted time.’ I realized everyone sees their time differently and I would need to establish control that everyone could quickly understand when answering questions.


Restaurants

I live in Austin, TX. It’s a big foodie city and there are a huge amount of incredible restaurants, many of which are in food trucks. Once I began this project, I tried to pay more attention to others outside my party when we ate out. I quickly noticed people didn’t seem to mind waiting in line if they were with friends and family. Some restaurants had long wait lines but many people didn’t seem to care because they were waiting in line for great food. While waiting in line at a small pop-up taco shop, I did not see the same reaction. People here were largely alone, likely taking their lunch break. Here, everyone was on their phones looking for a distraction. While visiting popular restaurants, many people seem to understand and accept the fact they will be waiting in line. They seemed to roll that into the entire experience. At other smaller restaurants, customers treated the experience as more transactional. Picking up their food and leaving as quickly as possible.


Supermarket

While waiting in line at the supermarket, many people seemed to be scanning for more efficient checkout lanes. A surprising number never took their eyes of the lines before them, seemingly ready to switch at any point they thought they could check out faster. They didn’t seem bothered, happy, or sad. They seemed motivated. 

The questionnaire I shared via email included a few questions that sought to define user pain points while waiting in line. I asked about which lines were the most bothersome, what an 'acceptable’ amount of time to wait before getting seated at a restaurant, and others. After sending the questionnaire out, several of my coworkers and friends emailed or texted offering suggestions or input that I hadn’t accounted for in the study. Going forward, I will be adding more questions to get a better sense of how people see their time waiting in lines.


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After studying Dr. James Spradley’s nine dimensions of ethnography, I came to the realization that people saw their time in lines differently, based on how they prioritized what they were waiting in line for. If they were waiting for dinner at a popular restaurant with friends, they didn’t mind. If they were waiting for a staff member to help with an unexpected task at the gym, they cared a great deal. It all seemed to come down to how important the task was to the user and their perceived time expected to wait in line.



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Good overview of how to create personas, by Gregg Bernstein (User Researcher, MailChimp).