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The Users Don’t Know What They Want, or Do They?—Asking the Right Questions for UX

There's a stigma in asking questions in professional capacity. Many people worry that asking questions will make them look less informed or worse, ignorant. But I think one of the greatest things about being a UX practitioner is this: you now have the license to ask. Keep Reading

Strategy

Tales from the UX Workshop: Learning to Speak your Client’s Tongue

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At Stampede, we have experience running UX workshops with clients across different industries. Every client speaks a different language, based on their industry's jargon and terminology. Jared talks about adapting to every industry's terms to understand their problems, in turns effectively create the best user experience for both the client and end-user. Keep Reading

User Experience

The 6 Commandments of UX Workshop Facilitation

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Facilitating a #UX workshop is a user experience lesson by itself. We learn a lot from it, as summarised by Zana in a series of commandments. Keep Reading

Strategy

UX Research Part 2: Which UX Methods to Use?

In Part 1, we talk about how to kickoff a UX Research for a project. In Part 2, let's talk about determining which methods to use in every stage of UX project, depending on which methods would suit your project the best. Keep Reading

Strategy

UX Research Part 1: How Do We Start?

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UX Research is a task to determine if a design properly caters to end users. This is part 1 of 2, where Zana Fauzi goes into details on how we start. Keep Reading