Few UX engagement covers just one area: UX researchers ideally collaborate with designers, information architects, content strategists, and the same goes for all the other experts of the process. Stakeholders, especially the intended customers/clients are just as much part of the work as any person with a UX title. With that said, it is somewhat arbitrary where I draw the line between research versus IA, or design, however, I need to create some system of the work samples included here.
My PDF Portfolio provides a quick overview of my skillset and experience.
My research work includes projects retail, grocery, banking, social media, VR, and the automotive industry, both customer- and internal facing, enterprise software. While the variety seems daunting, humans tend to make similar mental shortcuts, no matter the context.
- Usability Testing
- Information Architecture Research –
- Concept Testing:
- Journey and Ecological mapping
- Desk Research
- A primer on Involving minors in UX Research
- Gen Z for product developers
- Same Day Research Findings (a.k.a 10 Key Takeaways)
- Detailed Findings
- User Journeys
- Hackathon work – Hack the Gap
- User Interface Design