Brian Sullivan

July 20, 2022, Virtual Meeting | Breaking Into UX: Understanding the Question Behind the Question in UX Interviews

Breaking Into UX: Understanding the Question Behind the Question in UX Interviews Imagine you are in a UX job interview for the company of your dreams. You get asked a question, which you literally answer based on your skills, experience, and background. But, the interviewer looks bewildered and says, “You did not answer my question.” Read more about July 20, 2022, Virtual Meeting | Breaking Into UX: Understanding the Question Behind the Question in UX Interviews[…]

Rowena Leung

May 24, 2022, Virtual Meeting: Inclusive by Design: Accessibility in Practice

Now more than ever, there’s general awareness that accessibility is important, both for people and for business. But what does it mean to make a product accessible from a design perspective? Where do you start in your own work? Join us for an informative and practical presentation from Rowena Leung, who will help demystify this critical topic!

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December 16th, 2021 Virtual Meeting – Presenting Your UX Work Using Spontaneous Talks Frameworks

Presenting Your UX Work Using Spontaneous Talks Frameworks We know that articulating our design decisions or presenting the value of our user research to stakeholders can sometimes be a challenge. Spontaneous Talks Frameworks have been around for years. They are often taught at universities and are used to help people think of answers or tell Read more about December 16th, 2021 Virtual Meeting – Presenting Your UX Work Using Spontaneous Talks Frameworks[…]

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November 23rd, 2021 Virtual Meeting – The Participant’s Well-Being is Your Responsibility

When working with study participants, our primary focus is typically on research objectives, logistics, and how much time is left until our lunch break. Yet, research participants make themselves vulnerable in many ways. Attending to these vulnerabilities is a moral and ethical obligation that also increases the quality of the research.