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Physiological data in real time - Empatica
Get more data from research participants. Temperature, blood pressure, heart rate and loads more.
uxlist  userresearch  research  data 
10 weeks ago by mrj0e
Lab in a Box
Look at the User Research Lab in a Box http://mrjoe.co/2kQiAu9
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11 weeks ago by mrj0e
Three ways we’ll be supporting the user research community in 2017 | User research
3 ways @gdsteam will be supporting the user research community in 2017 http://mrjoe.co/2kn1UtM thanks folks
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12 weeks ago by mrj0e
User Research London Conference June 2017
User Research London looks like a good conference in June @UserResearchLDN http://mrjoe.co/2iW5ooA http://mrjoe.co/2iW5ooA
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january 2017 by mrj0e
NomNom | Power to product teams
NomNom is the easiest way to search, organize and share all your customer feedback in one place. Adding customer feedback to NomNom is easy. Upload files with user research straight from Google Drive, Dropbox and email. Connect your favorite customer feedback tools - Zendesk, Intercom, Desk, NPS Surveys, App Reviews and more.
customer  feedback  api  central  tool 
january 2017 by mrj0e
Researching UX - Analytics: Amazon.co.uk: Luke Hay: 9780994347077: Books
The second in the Aspects of UX series I'm working on is now on pre-order. Researching UX: Analytics by @hayluke http://mrjoe.co/2dLRDol
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october 2016 by mrj0e
How to Build Muscle 💪🏼
This guide is the result of one year's research into what modern science proves is the most efficient way to build muscle. It's for both men and women. via Pocket
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october 2016 by mrj0e
Eight principles for user researchers on Government as a Platform — Myddelton
Eight principles for user research http://mrjoe.co/2canzAd nice one @myddelton (I cut your title back as its stuff that is relevant for all)
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september 2016 by mrj0e
4 ways I’ve fucked up as a designer 😬 — Medium
How I screwed up http://mrjoe.co/2a7iVlI and How We Lost 47% of Our Users http://mrjoe.co/2a7i6cw the key thing missing: user research.
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july 2016 by mrj0e
Why do startups fail? Researchers examined 200 postmortems to help pinpoint the underlying reasons — Quartz
It’s a common adage in Silicon Valley that 90% of startups ultimately fail. To understand why that’s the case, a pair of researchers meticulously pored over 193 blog posts—startup postmortems, if you will—written by founders examining what went wrong. via Pocket
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may 2016 by mrj0e
The Demise of User Research? — Salesforce UX — Medium
The Demise of User Research? http://mrjoe.co/1T0awCH bit clickbaity but some good points
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may 2016 by mrj0e

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