UX researchers often aspire to conduct foundational research, to dive deep into people’s lives, to figure out people’s greatest struggles, and uncover their crucial needs. Doing so may drive the most impact on the people you serve AND the teams you work with - but how do you identify these strategic research opportunities?
If you’re struggling to move beyond basic usability studies and you strive to have more impact as a researcher - this episode is for you.
I’m very excited that Kelly Moran is joining me in the studio for this conversation!
Kelly is an anthropologist applying her craft in tech. Formerly working at a consulting agency, she is now a Sr. UX Researcher at Google. She writes on medium https://medium.com/@Kel_Moran and shares random insights on twitter: https://twitter.com/Kel_Moran .
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