Qualitative User Research

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Arts, crafts and user feedback: How to engage your team through creative play

Getting other team members engaged in user research can be tricky. Kelly, one of our designers, led a workshop that makes learning about customer feedback a...

How to become a more valuable UX professional: 3 factors to increase your worth

What does it take to show that you're a valuable UXer at your workplace? Krispian Emert shares a few tips that you can easily act on.

How to interview users

User interviews are both an art and a science. Read on to learn about best practices from our User Researcher Ania.

Helping developers develop empathy at Atlassian

Did you know that Atlassian ecosystem apps are mostly created by third-party companies? See how Atlassian teach their developers empathy to create better apps!

5 ways to increase user research in your organization

Laura and Brandon from Viget share a few tips for helping to increase user research across your organization by involving your team.

Tips for conducting international user research

About to do some user research in a country you've never been to? Read Alessandra's experience and tips on conducting international user research here.

7 ways to get other departments into user research

It can be difficult getting other departments involved in user research. Anna Lee Anda shares seven tips to help you get started, ahead of her UXNZ2017 talk.

Tagging your way to success: How to make sense of your qualitative research

Qualitative research analysis is a hefty task. To help make sense of your research, use tagging to organize your data.

Approaching the complexities and subtleties of an automotive UX

The future brings with it an ever-expansive ecosystem of modalities, including those without a UI. Read Mark's journey designing for automotive UX.

How to design with mental health accessibility in mind

In the lead up to their presentation at #UXNZ17, Andrea Bates and Helena Beckert share their thoughts on designing with mental health accessibility in mind.