All posts for "UX Research" tag

12 things that inspire us to be better UXers

Published
7th May 2020
by 
Steven Shukor
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12 things that inspire us to be better UXers

We put our UX team on the spot to bring you 12 things that inspire them to be better at what they do. Health warning: reading this blog post may lead to temporary brain expansion.

Five digital tactics to beat service overload

Published
28th April 2020
by 
Alex Metcalf and Simon Norris
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Five digital tactics to beat service overload

COVID-19 has resulted in unforeseen demands on many organisation's digital infrastructures. Here, Nomensa CEO Simon Norris and UX consultant Alex Metcalf, share their expertise on how UX measures can help overcome service overload.

Does your website need a UX health check?

Published
29th April 2019
by 
Brendan Lancaster
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Does your website need a UX health check?

Brendan Lancaster - Senior UX Consultant - looks at some simple ways to perform a UX health check of the effectiveness of your digital service, suggesting ways to measure what’s needed to optimise your online customer journeys.

5 Reasons to use Paper Prototypes in UX

Published
15th December 2015
by 
Ana Crespo
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5 Reasons to use Paper Prototypes in UX

Paper prototypes are an excellent and cheap tool to get feedback on early designs, but they are not as popular as other UX techniques. Ana Crespo explores why, how and when to sue them in a project.

How to select the right method in UX research

Published
20th January 2015
by 
Juliet Richardson
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How to select the right method in UX research

The other day a colleague asked, “what is the difference between qualitative and quantitative user research?” This is typically answered by saying that one gives you numbers; the other gives you more in-depth insight.

It sparked a bit of a debate. Is it that easy, and is that the whole story?