View the original post The use of time-space narrative and storybooks in Shopify’s Live View redesign Many books and articles on data visualizations state that every visual element must have a functional purpose — anything beyond that is too flashy and unnecessary. I disagree. Data can be overwhelming. Business owners spend a lot of time exploring their data, […]
View the original post This topic is one of the first steps in the democratization of research processes in your company. I will talk about the taxonomy (or in this case, you can call it «navigation») of research results within the repository. What it is? It is an internal, orderly and regulated architecture of research databases. […]
View the original post Explore what tagging is, where to use it, and how to ensure it works towards your synthesis goals.
View the original post Behind every data point, there is a human being. Our job is to translate those numbers to create connections with customers. Take a second to think about your relationships with your friends or folks you work with. You maintain relationships with the people who treat you with respect and consideration, right? […]
View the original postSummary: Prioritize the 20% of your website or app responsible for 80% of a critical metric to generate substantial improvements for less effort. Imagine this: after dozens of meetings with your company’s legal, marketing, and engineering departments, you finally have access to an analytics tool. Congratulations! There is a rush of excitement as […]
View the original post Analyzing your data is an extensive process, learning how to use crosstabs effectively can save you time while also giving you a clearer view of your insights.
View the original post<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2017/04/michael_morgan.php">Michael A. Morgan</a></p> <p>In “<a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/mt/archives/2021/06/rows-and-columns-part-1-jump-starting-analysis-using-spreadsheets.php" title="Rows and Columns, Part 1: Jump-starting Analysis Using Spreadsheets">Rows and Columns, Part 1: Jump-starting Analysis Using Spreadsheets</a>,” I revealed the magic of using filtering, drop-down menus, and checkboxes in analyzing your user-research projects. Now in Part 2, I’ll discuss how you can use […]
View the original post A new perspective on how UX design can actually benefit from the data privacy laws that are being developed around the world Continue reading on UX Planet »
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View the original post<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2021/08/diana_ford.php">Diana Ford</a></p> <p>The ultimate goal of any product manager is to create a better product or service. But with this role comes great responsibility because every mistake product managers make can cost their company lost revenues. That’s why great product managers reject a reliance on people’s gut instincts and […]