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UX Research Crash Course

A few tips for navigating the deceptively complex UX research process

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WWhile UX research may seem easy at first, there are nuances that may not meet the untrained eye. Reframing questions, deftly digging into participants’ actions, and noticing subtle shifts in body language are skills that trained researchers use to uncover users’ underlying needs and produce valid and…

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