Max Koh

Max is Optimal Workshop's content marketing manager/word person, resident cat whisperer and Samoyed enthusiast. Connect with her on LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/marishakoh
THE LATEST

A look back on UX New Zealand 2017: Value, sprints, collaboration and more

Didn't manage to snag a ticket to this year's UX New Zealand? No worries, we've put together some highlights for you including links to videos and slides.

Designing for conversational user interfaces: A Q&A with Stratis Valachis

Stratis Valachis answered a few questions about designing for conversational user interfaces, ahead of his presentation at MUXL2017.

Are we using design to make the world a less valuable place?

Michael Palmyre Joined us the Optimal Workshop Roadshow in Sydney to talk about value, its different meanings, and how it relates to experience design.

How to get the most out of tree testing

Steve Byrne joined us on the Optimal Workshop Roadshow in Sydney to share his thoughts on getting structure right and understanding what people want.

Qualitative research: Some is better than none

Amir Ansari, head of UX at b2cloud, joined us in Melbourne to speak about user research and some problems that user researchers face.

New to Reframer: Tag groups and custom colors

We've added a few things to the way you create, use and manage tags in Reframer. Read on to learn more!

NPS® and Likert items added to question types

After the release of our online survey tool Questions, we heard you'd like more variety in the types of questions we offered. Now you can use Likerts and NPS!

New feature: Category card limits

We're excited to announce a brand new feature for closed and hybrid card sorts in OptimalSort: category card limits! Read on to find out more.

How to build rapport in a user interview

Building rapport with a research participant can be a big challenge for interviewers. Read on for some tips on how to make your interviewee feel more at ease.

13 time-saving tips and tools for conducting great user interviews

User interviews can take up a lot of time and cause stress for your team. Take some of the hassle out of your next session by using some of these tips.