Molding Yourself into a Leader, Part 2

By Jonathan Walter In Part 1 of this multipart series, I communicated that leadership does not end with directors, managers, and team leads. It extends to individual contributors, too—especially when UX-design resources are a scarce commodity within an enterprise. I also explained that, in many cases—depending on a company’s UX maturity—leadership in the field of…

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The Perils of Client Recruiting

By Jim Ross Sometimes your clients can be the best source of user-research participants. This is especially true when a client already has access to lists of customers, members, or employees. Your clients would usually have closer relationships with potential participants than you do. These potential participants might know your client personally, have heard of…

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UserZoom State of UX in the Enterprise 2019: Top Challenges, Trends, and Opportunities

By Kuldeep Kelkar More than 200 global UX professionals completed UserZoom’s second annual State of UX in the Enterprise survey. Overall, our research findings show that the state of enterprise User Experience is strong and growing stronger. Nevertheless, many enterprise organizations still face common challenges. The good news is that there are lots of opportunities…

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Integrating Usability Testing into Your UX Process

By Lydia Wright Customer-centric organizations are advancing in today’s marketplace, growing their market share and revenues. They are leaving behind organizations that are failing to meet or exceed customers’ expectations, make their customers’ lives easier, and keep up with the fast-moving pace of digital products. According to research by Deloitte, client- or customer-centric companies are…

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