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Considerations When Conducting User Research In Other Countries: A Brazilian Case Stu...

Blink UX had the opportunity to conduct in-home user interviews in São Paulo on behalf of a Brazilian real estate company Zap Imóveis.

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Celebrating Space Day: 9 Blinkers Share What It's Like To Work with NASA

McKayl Barrows

“It’s an honor to work on projects that champion science and ingenuity and inspire the next generation of scientists, educators, students, and space enthusiasts.” —Tristan Plank, Principal UX Designer

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7 Reasons to Conduct Hardware UX Research Right Now

John Dirks

Chief Research Officer John Dirks explains why you should conduct hardware UX research early and often.

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Blink UX teams up with Seattle Sounders FC to design the Matchpass Loyalty Program

Blink UX, Seattle’s leading user experience research and design firm, announced that they have completed a User-Centered Design project in partnership with the Seattle Sounders FC.

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Tips & Tricks for Field Research: Intercept Studies

Darshana Tuladhar

You may wonder what situations are best suited for intercepts and how one would successfully accomplish this type of research. Well, look no further, we have put together an intercept field research guide covering the basics.

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Turning Usability Findings into Design Changes

John Dirks

You’re coming up for air after an intense usability study. Your usability consultant has delivered actionable findings and recommendations to your team that you know would really improve the user experience. Now what?

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Summer Speaker Series & Gallery Opening

Blink Staff

2012 Summer Speaker Series & Gallery Opening

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Three Lessons for Startup Weekenders

Valentina Ferrari

My team and I designed a platform that provides personalized makeup advice and products. Here are a few of the lessons I learned.

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Staff Picks: Usability Highlights from 2007

John Dirks

Last year was a busy one for the Blink usability testing staff. It’s once again time to reflect and report some of our favorite themes based on studies we completed in 2007.

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Adventures in Note-Taking: Part 1, Setting Up for Success

Ankitha Bharadwaj

Nailing down note-taking methods is like the white whale for user researchers. I’d like to share with you a few ways we at Blink have gotten a few steps closer to bagging that whale.

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In-Home User Research: Building Rapport Before & After Stepping Through the Door

John Dirks

I was asked recently what steps we take to make participants feel more comfortable with in-home interviews or observations. This article contains some practical tips about ways to build trust and rapport prior to and while interacting with participants in their homes. Why bother? Because raising comfort levels leads to better research observations, which is why we go out to people’s houses, condos, or apartments in the first place!

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