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Despite our clear value in informing product and advocating for our customers, UX Research (UXR) tends to have a lot to prove within most companies. Whether it’s our value, knowledge, or definition, there are information-holes about UXR that need to be filled. Collecting lessons and dodging roadblocks along the way, Molly and her team tested and evolved different methods set out to evangelize UX Research insights, share findings between teams, define and demystify UX Research and prove value for UXR throughout the company. What does that even look like? Molly will tell you.
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Looking for an opportunity for deep design learning? We’re offering six transformational day-long workshops at the DesignOps Summit in New York City on October 25.
We’re offering three scholarships to deserving designers, researchers, and students to attend the upcoming DesignOps Summit 2019
Design professionals from underserved groups are especially encouraged to apply. Please answer these questions before midnight ET, July 25 to apply for a scholarship to attend the 2019 DesignOps Summit. Your response won’t be shared with anyone aside from our judges and Rosenfeld Media staff. Apply now.
The DesignOps Summit is the first conference dedicated to helping design leaders and managers create design capacity that scales with change.
We highly recommend you read Erika Hall’s Medium article “Hello, and Thanks for All the Fish: Tips for effective research recruiting”. You won’t regret the nine minutes spent fishing with Erika. And you should absolutely insist that your product manager read it.
The Melbourne DesignOps Meetup continually impresses the hell out of me—talks, interviews, monthly meetings, DesignOps resources, and enough good-natured snark to power a small Australian design community. Local is good. Let Melbourne be an inspiration for the rest of you!