An interception survey reflection

Reading Time: 2 minutes Recruiting participants for field research by “door stopping”, or interception as they perform and behave in a native environment is an opportunity to observe, enquire, and record real-world and spontaneous experiences, behaviours, and attitudes. Supporting enquiry strategies may include overt observation, surveys, and semi-structured interviews. Resulting data may be quantitative or qualitative as designed. Chisnell […]

A little research post

Reading Time: 4 minutes Research is a considered activity that aims to make an original contribution to knowledge. (Dawson, 2005). The trick to successful user research is, “to know what role user research plays, which methods of research to utilise, and how it benefits your team each step along the way.” (Hayes, 2015). Quality Triangulating popular research methods and […]

Strategy: Universal Experience

Reading Time: 3 minutes The days of the product-focused UX silo habit must be numbered? It tends to be art-directed and under resourced by well intentioned and under qualified practitioners. Universal Experience breaks free of the product silo and explores your enterprise’s existing and future business community – a World-reaching business strategy! So, what do we do? It sounds […]

Winning with WordPress?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Perhaps, “winning” is too strong a word? In any case, my relationship with WordPress ended today. I reverted to Dreamweaver. And then I felt shame. Defeat. And I can’t let the little beggar win? So, I played around (fought) and learned (broke) things, which is what I love best about challenges and bending software to […]

Assuming Fintech personas (for a low-resource project)

Reading Time: 13 minutes Building Project Personas At least two personas are required toward achieving the Module 1 project Learning Outcome 2. Students do not have the resources to conduct the full research required to create the range of personas they may desire. How do we go about building personas for a low-resource project? Caveats Our caveat is to […]

New to WordPress

Reading Time: 3 minutes Grumbles I don’t like WordPress (WP). It’s clearly a powerful Content Management System and very popular among non-codey types. I like that. What I find difficult is writing the standard and semantic HTML needed to provide a Universal Design (Note 1) and also, if I admit it, my own presentation preferences. For example, using the […]