UX Deep Dive: Remote Research

UX Deep Dive: Remote Research

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 0h 26m | 222 MB


When your job as a UX researcher is entirely based on learning about people and their behaviors, how do you adjust when you can’t conduct research in person? In this course, research expert Amanda Stockwell details the keys to conducting remote UX research, from recruiting participants—and making sure they show up—to planning, preparing, running and remote sessions. Amanda covers the benefits of conducting your UX research in a virtual environment, as well as situations where a more traditional research approach would be beneficial. Having a command of remote methods in addition to in-person research practices will help you conduct your work effectively, regardless of the situation.

+ Table of Contents

1 What is remote UX research
2 Benefits of remote UX research
3 Reasons to choose the traditional research approach
4 Designing effective remote studies
5 Remote research planning adaptations
6 Remote research setting expectations
7 Remote recruiting
8 Running effective remote research sessions
9 Keep the data coming