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A method to turn a bunch of qualitative interviews into personas.

You’ll need:
✨User interviews
✨2+ designers
✨A physical board & sticky notes

#ux #uxdesign #DesignThinking #uxframeworks
Interview x amount of users. It should be a large enough sampling to see trends and patterns in responses to your interview q’s. One designer leads, the other takes notes. Sometimes rounds of interview are helpful to regroup and rework the questions in between.
In interviews, ask why. A lot. Get to the real *why* behind their behavior. Let them talk freely, but guide the conversation and keep it on track. Avoid leading questions and confirmation bias.
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A framework for organizing user research data:

✨What you saw
✨What you heard
✨What it means (Emerging Insight)
✨Why it matters (Implications)

#ux #uxdesign #userresearch #DesignThinking
I've given 1 example per quadrant here for simplicity, but in reality you'd want to see patterns & trends across x amount of observations (what you saw & heard) for it to become an emerging insight & implication. ✨
Let's do another one!

What's fun is to see the tension between observed and expressed needs. That's where the kernel of a good idea starts.✨
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I am going to first translate this, then extend this to archivability.Jeroen Pluimers added,
Bianca ♻️ 🚵‍♀️ 😎

Based on the below thread of @jpluimers @mbirna @rulesbyrosita
Accessibility in #UXdesign is not hard. It very much depends if you factor in accessibility from the very start.

It requires a different way of thinking early on in the process. Repairing inaccessible cases on the other hand is difficult in costly, and often is the case.
This basically holds for anything: when #accessibility is your starting point, then you can include it for a maximum of 5% of the total cost without having to compromise things like beautiful design.

Again, architecting solutions need to include accessibility from day 1! 💪
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Hi excuse me I need some #uxdesign and #accessibility pals (and also everyone) to emotionally process with me about this most needlessly complicated survey I have ever seen in my entire life. @cityoftoronto / @MetroQuest WYD.

yongetomorrow.metroquest.ca
SURPRISE.
Two (of many) things I cannot handle:
1. Making people DRAG AND DROP rather than RANK things.
2. Relying on the user to not go above 100%.
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Nem sei se tenho seguidores o suficiente pra brincar disso, mas vamos lá...

1 like = alguma coisa que aprendi ou curiosidade sobre design / UX design

#ux #uxdesign #design
1 É mto importante entender como uma empresa se organiza. O resultado de um design ñ é apenas as decisões feitas pelo designer. A maneira com que as pessoas se relacionam, com que os não-designers priorizam coisas e até as decisões que ñ são tomadas influenciam no design e na UX
2 PO, PM, Devs, Clientes... essas pessoas ñ são inimigas do designer nem querem piorar a qualidade do design. Troque ideias com essa galera e faça delas seu aliado. Todas essas pessoas querem o melhor resultado possível. Entender as expectativas dos stakeholders também é design.
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