As designers, there are many potential things that could keep us up at night. Fear that your portfolio isn’t good enough, logo redesigns that you just love to hate, or even worry that you aren’t doing the right level of user research to inform your design decisions could all lend to your tossing and turning at night.
In an effort to help you sleep better, Andy and Patrick sat down with Danielle Green, a user research manager at Jane.com, to get a better understanding what advanced level user research looks like and what steps you can take to get there.
LISTEN IN TO HEAR:
How to know when you should start employing an advanced research process
How to deal with bias in your user research
Why you should involve fake data to your user research (I know, crazy right?)
MORE ABOUT Danielle:
Danielle Green is the User Research Manager at Jane. She has 4 years of experience as a UX researcher. Danielle has been involved in many types of businesses and projects, including: start ups, enterprise B2B, B2C, SaaS, physical products, and digital products. Before researching users in the business world, she conducted cognitive research in the fields of neuroscience and psychology.
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