Curious about the fascinating world of UX research?
An in-demand job in a high-paying industry, UX research is key to developing efficient and powerful product designs to meet the user’s needs.
In this hour-long session, we’ll cover:
– What is UX research?
– Why is it important?
– Qualitative research
– Quantitative research
– Presenting findings
– Skills needed
UX design is a rapidly growing field, and the role of the user experience researcher is becoming more and more pivotal.
Equipping yourself with the necessary skills and knowledge, and learning to conduct UX research like a professional, while surrounding yourself with peers in the field who you can learn from are essential to becoming a UX researcher yourself.
Overall, the value of understanding the needs of the customer cannot be ignored, and user experience researchers will have an increasingly valuable role to play in the future of design.
If you’d like to learn more about UX research, check out the following guides:
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Gayla Thompson is a UX Researcher with Purina and focuses on IoT (Internet of Things) products. A former school principal and coach, she is a career changer herself. When Gayla isn't diving into UX research, she is spending time with her family and friends, along with her dog, Alaska, and her cat, Ragnar.