The first two seasons of the 97 UX Things podcast has interviews with authors of the book 97 Things Every UX Practitioner Should Know, who discuss their chapters, career trajectories, and give advice for anyone working in user experience. In season three, book authors, the podcast host, and guests from outside the book provide practical UX tips for listeners. The 97 UX Things podcast is hosted by Dan Berlin, editor of the book 97 Things Every UX Practitioner Should Know, and founder of Watch City Research, a UX research consultancy based outside of Boston, MA.
Taking notes while moderating user interviews is an important and underrated skill for UX researchers. This episode provides tips on taking great notes during UX research.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Kaaren Hanson, PhD discusses her book chapter "Observed Behavior is the Gold Standard" and offers insight on effectively building UX teams.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Amanda Rotondo, PhD discusses her book chapter "Ask Participants to Tell You What You Don't Know to Ask" and provides some insight about building team empathy in a remote world.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Dan Berlin discusses the pitfalls of relying too much on unmoderated usability studies and missing out on deeper insights.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Erin Malone discusses her book chapter "Follow These Principles of Gestalt for Better UX Designs."Sponsored by Watch City Research
Amy Bucher, PhD, discusses her book Engaged: Designing for Behavior Change, and provides practical tips to UXers who want to incorporate these methods into their work.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Margot Bloomstein, author of the 2012 book Content Strategy at Work: Real-world Stories to Strengthen Every Interactive Project, and her 2021 book Trustworthy: How the Smartest Brands Beat Cynicism and Bridge the Trust Gap, discusses how we can build trust with our users through design.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Daniel Diener discusses his book chapter "Don't Underestimate the Power of Coworkers as Usability Participants."Sponsored by Watch City Research
Abby Covert discusses her book Stuck? Diagrams Help.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Katelyn Thompson discusses her chapter "The Right Screener Sets Up Your Recruit and Research for Success."Sponsored by Watch City Research
Jen Briselli, our first guest from outside the book, discusses how to bring systems thinking to UX.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Theo Johnson discusses his book chapter, "Design Thinking Workshops Will Change Your Process."Sponsored by Watch City Research
Danielle Cooley discusses her chapter "The Participant's Well-Being is Your Responsibility."Sponsored by Watch City Research
Dan Berlin, editor of the book 97 Things Every UX Practitioner Should Know, and host of this podcast, kicks off season three of the 97 UX Things podcast with a discussion of his book chapter "Leverage Your 'Psychologist Voice' for Effective UX Research Moderation."Sponsored by Watch City Research
Susan Mercer gives tips on producing effective research reports that address business goalsSponsored by Watch City Research
Al Lopez discusses their chapter Work Together to Create Include Products and provides tips on fostering a diverse work environmentSponsored by Watch City Research
Christy Ennis-Kloote provides tips on how to keep large teams informed and collaborating efficiently.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Brian Sullivan provides pointers about not letting solutioning get in the way of brainstorming.Sponsored by Watch City Research
William Ntim discusses how waiting to do a competitive analysis can improve your design ideation.Sponsored by Watch City Research
Megan Campos provides practical tips for ensuring a diverse recruit during user research.Sponsored by Watch City Research
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