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Body Language Cues You’re Missing in UX Research

Your body language is just as important as the questions you ask

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BBody language is a very important concept in our everyday lives. It affects work meetings, romantic relationships, friendships, and how we engage with complete strangers. For something so present, and very natural for us, it is also extremely unconscious. We show our…




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Nikki Anderson

Nikki Anderson

Founder @ User Research Academy — I help user researchers grow their careers and companies scale user research

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