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Why You Really Need to Hire a UX Researcher

Instead of hiring a do-it-all unicorn, find someone who’s actually trained in research

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TThere’s an active debate within the UX field on the merits of specialists versus generalists because many companies are small and feel they can only afford to hire one UX person. These financial constraints lead them to seek out a…

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UX Researcher and Strategist — “It’s not the story you tell that matters, but the one others remember and repeat”

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