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Class: UX Research Testing

John and Tom cover UX research + testing methods in this one-day class.

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Conducting User Research and COVID-19

Kelly Franznick

In collaboration with colleagues within and outside of Blink, plus a fair amount of experimenting at home, Chief Innovation Officer Kelly Franznick put together a set of protocols for a safe return to our user research labs.

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Three Tips for Agile UX Research

Irene Barber

Here are three tips to embrace the constraints and keep UX research as a fundamental part of Agile.

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Matching Prototypes to Research Goals

Heidi Adkisson

One of the most important parts of planning for any type of user research or usability testing is a clear set of research questions: what do you want to find out as a result of the study? It seems like an obvious step, yet sometimes this is overlooked.

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Better Together: User Research and Analytics

Diego Fontes

Incorporating analytics into UX processes and research methods can add value in many ways. Project teams should use a combination of different data types to consistently measure data (in the wild) about usability and user behavior.

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When Remote Research is the Best Choice (and How to Do it Right)

Mira Rao

What do we mean by remote research? When is remote research the right choice? What are some tips for dealing with the challenges that come along with this approach?

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Considerations for Conducting User Research Outside the US

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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Blink UX Acquires Assets Of The Gilmore Research Group

Blink Interactive announced it has acquired certain assets of the Qualitative Research Services Division of The Gilmore Research Group.

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Fast Field Research in Just 5 Days

Roxane Neal

It was a Tuesday at 11:00 am and we just got off a kickoff call with a new client. We stared at each other and knew what had to happen: I needed to be on a plane the next day to cross the country to conduct customer interviews on Thursday.

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Q & A: Virtual reality user research

Brian Essex, Ph.D.

When I attended the 2015 SeaVR conference in Bellevue, Washington, I had a lot of great conversations with the virtual reality (VR) community about the importance of using hardware and software design to optimize the virtual reality user experience. During our interactions, I noticed that many in the community shared some of the same UX questions. I answer those questions in this post.

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User Research Tools for The Optimal Santa

Jonathan Evans

To achieve joy in the hearts of children, Santa must have an amazing process and an excellent grasp of the user experience of gift giving. While others have suggested an alternative solution for Santa’s approach, we here at Blink take a more analytical approach.

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Puget Sound Research Forum November Luncheon

Puget Sound Research Forum November Luncheon

Puget Sound Research Forum's November Luncheon is featuring the presentation “What’s So Funny ‘Bout Marketing Research?” on November 19 from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM.

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