97 UX Things

97 UX Things

Authors of the book 97 Things Every UX Practitioner Should Know discuss their chapters, career trajectories, and give advice for anyone working in user experience

Episodes

April 19, 2022 23 min

Susan Mercer gives tips on producing effective research reports that address business goals

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Al Lopez discusses their chapter Work Together to Create Include Products and provides tips on fostering a diverse work environment

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Christy Ennis-Kloote provides tips on how to keep large teams informed and collaborating efficiently.

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Brian Sullivan provides pointers about not letting solutioning get in the way of brainstorming.

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William Ntim discusses how waiting to do a competitive analysis can improve your design ideation.

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Megan Campos provides practical tips for ensuring a diverse recruit during user research.

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Michelle Morgan tells us how to make learning part of your design process.

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Liz Possee Corthell provides tips on incorporating futures thinking into your design process.

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Shanae Chapman provides best practices for building a UX portfolio

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Bob Thomas discusses his experience implementing rapid research at a large company.

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Adam Connor discusses UX maturity in organizations and best practices for critique.

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Holly discusses her chapter about advocating for accessibility and provides practical ways for everyone to keep accessibility in mind.

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Annie Persson discusses how to make the most out of your survey questions.

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Todd Zazelenchuk discusses the various ways task cards help improve usability studies.

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Julia Cowing discusses her chapter about a method to choose the right UX research method for your questions about end-users

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Benson Chan discusses his chapter about gaining trust through design insights

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Shipra Kayan discusses her chapter about how workshops can help align teams and stakeholders

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Eduardo Ortiz chats about service design and how it can be implemented in an organization.

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Joe Sokohl discusses how information architecture is the backbone of a good design.

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Priyama Barua discusses how emotional intelligence can help a practitioners in their UX careers. 

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