Marketers can learn a lot from their colleagues in user research. It’s really all about taking a user- and research- first approach to your marketing.
User experience (UX) refers to someone’s thoughts, attitudes and emotions about using a product or service.
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User research shouldn’t be the domain of a select few – especially given the insights that can come from solid research practices.
Recent years have seen the rise of a number of user experience-focused roles, including UX writer and UX engineer. It’s time to add another to the mix.
This article is for everyone who’s ever said: “Ok, I get the value of user research, but where do I actually start?”.
We’re excited to announce the release of our first-ever digital magazine all about UX, CRUX, and give you the chance to read this first issue.
We’ve come up with a list of our top 20 UX research and design tips for 2020, covering everything from card sorting to visual design and guerilla user testing.
Having a detailed UX research plan helps you keep your overarching research goals in mind as you work through the logistics of a research project.
Running a card sort remotely has quickly become a popular option just because of how time-intensive in-person card sorting is.
The core of human-centered design is identifying something that people have trouble with and then building an appropriate answer.
Let’s explore a particular user research method that’s essential for gathering the information needed to build intuitive site navigation.