In the process of studying the most interesting yet the most complex human needs, “observing a user” plays a crucial role. Observation, as general as it may sound, is more sophisticated and deep. I would love to bring in my personal experiences and what I’ve learned so far about UX research at Hureo
Sometime earlier, we’d mentioned some of our favourite UX Reads in a tweet:
And we thought, why not expand upon it? There are so many books available on UX, but we’ve picked a few more of our favourites on user experience and design. Some are classics, some are new, but we’ve kept the list quite broad to encompass a wide range of subjects that should be of interest to UX novices and veterans alike.
As a user research agency, most of our work at Hureo revolves around studying people and technology. These studies are conducted in-person in the user’s context, or conducted remotely, depending on the goal of the study. However, the current coronavirus pandemic — bringing in its wake social distancing mandates and travel restrictions — has now made interactions difficult, and led many people to wonder if research is even feasible.
From corporate offices in metro cities to rural areas often in remote locations a user researcher traverses many worlds. It is no surprise that to follow this kind of career, one needs to be organised, adaptable and ingenious simultaneously.
This continuous shifting of roles is a defining aspect of UX research. Once a research project is finalised in consultation with the client, UX researchers spend a majority of their time
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