Should UX Designers Be Doing Research or Should That Be Left Only To UX Researchers?
LEARN HOW TO BEST UTILIZE YOUR DESIGN TEAM WHEN IT COMES TO UX RESEARCH
As industry leaders in user experience research, we are pleased to offer you access to our latest white paper: ‘Should UX designers be doing research or should that be left only to UX researchers?’
While there are many opinions offered on this topic, we ran our own UX research project to discover what those actively working in the UX industry think about this question. By the end of this white paper, you will have gained a deeper understanding of the challenges UX designers may face when attempting UX research and how to best organize your team to face these challenges.
As part of this, we help you to distinguish between different types of research and their impact on your business. By knowing the issues presented by different projects, you will learn how dedicated UX researchers can help coordinate project delivery to ensure the fundamentals are done right.
If you are looking for ideas on how to best organize your Design team, this white paper will give you fresh insight into the unique challenges as well as the solutions available in the modern world of user-centric design.
WHO IS IT FOR?
This white paper is for managers and executives looking to create efficient design teams. The paper will also be useful for User Researchers, UX Designers or Product teams who want to better understand the relationship between UX research and design.
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
How to organize your team for mission-critical research
When to strategically use UX researchers
How to empower UX designers to do effective research