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I interviewed several software engineers about involvement with user research.
I found a lot of excitement about building for real people: "I like to build something that’s useful to the end-user rather than simply shipping the feature."
Here are some of the things I learned 🧵
Over the years, I've found a collection of highly-efficient UX research methods that I rely on when I have little time or money.
Here are my top 6:
The UX case study format is growing stale. Most portfolios follow the same formula, so no one stands out.
I’ve reviewed hundreds of UX portfolios. I've been collecting thoughts and ideas about what makes a UX case study exceptional. 👇