View the original postWhen we think about Business Intelligence (BI) solutions, countless metrics, endless reports, and complex dashboards come to mind. Companies invest hours upon hours data-diving in search of the ‘game-changing insights’ that will drive growth. Research predicts that by 2022 only 20% of analytic insights will deliver business outcomes. The other 80% of BI […]
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View the original post<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2021/01/dimitris_niavis.php">Dimitris Niavis</a></p> <p>Over the past decade, more and more organizations have been doing their best to become data driven. This is a huge and much-awaited mindset leap—especially given corporate dinosaurs’ typical way of thinking: “I’m the HiPPO (Highest Paid Person in the Office) and my gut tells me this […]
View the original postRegardless of the types of information it encompasses, privacy is about controlling which pools of data are protected, writes tech anthropologist Tricia Wang. If the operative word for privacy is â€˜controlâ€™, then personhood is all about agency. Personhood is the agency to determine oneâ€™s own life decisions and outcomes. Personhood is tied […]
View the original postExcited about synthetic data? Maybe you’ve read my article about how design fits into the machine learning process, and the power of synthetic data. When you don’t have access to a clean public dataset, generating synthetic data can be a powerful way to bootstrap your models. And synthetic data has its advantages. […]
View the original postIf you’re looking to track usage on your site or app, but are starting to feel uneasy with letting Google see everything under the hood, fear not! There are a number of high powered Google Analytics alternatives that are either free or offer free tiers with features can match or even beat […]
View the original post Surveys sometimes get a bad rap (and for good reason). Here are a few ways you can level up your survey game.
View the original post Write survey questions that get the insights you need with this simple framework.
View the original post T-Mobile’s Andrea Lindeman takes us through two transformative use cases for longitudinal, in-context research.
View the original post Jeanette Fuccella from LexisNexis on the power of video ethnography to break down stereotypes and inspire understanding.