The Practical Guide to User Experience Research
What you'll learn
- What is User Experience Research?
- Setting up a User Experience Research Study
- Selecting a Methodology
- Picking a User Group
- Study Analysis and Results
- Landing a Job in User Experience Research
- Some research experience is helpful!
Curious to understand if a User Experience Research role is right for you?
Hoping to grow your skillset or knowledge in User Experience Research?
Looking for practical tips and guidance you can apply to your interviews or role in Research?
Your Quick Guide to User Experience Research
There is a lot of valuable information out there about User Experience Research. But instead of sorting through pages of resources, this course will condense it all into the "need to know," most valuable and practical information to jumpstart your path to becoming a (most valuable) User Experience Researcher.
Practical and Applicable Learnings
Learning the theory behind research methodologies is only half the story! You will also learn from real-life, practical examples that allow you to apply your skills to the types of research questions that will come up in an actual research role. In this way you will learn the essentials and understand how to apply them.
Prepare for Interviews
Interviews in User Experience Research are easy to prepare for, if you know what to prepare! This course will help you understand the tools you need to ace your interviews and feel confident with any questions thrown your way.
Let's get started, or help enhance, your journey in User Experience Research.
Who this course is for:
- Those looking for practical resources and information for working in User Experience Research
I am an experienced leader in user experience research and have led research teams for various companies developing hardware and software products, including Meta and two of the largest hearing tech companies in the world, Sonova and Starkey.
I started my career as a researcher and quickly grew to become Director of Research, during which time I built teams of strong, mixed methods researchers and supported various organizations as they developed innovate products. My teams helped those organizations make product decisions, build roadmaps, and prioritize products.
I have experience and deep knowledge in both quantitative and qualitative methodologies, and my unique strength is the ability to flex between both in accomplishing the research needs of a given team or company.