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Guerrilla Techniques – Does inexpensive research have to be ‘quick & dirty’?

I’m really interested to hear what guerrilla style techniques you’re using to do User Research when there’s not a lot of budget or if you don’t have the traditional research facilities or infrastructure? I imagine there’s some pretty interesting stuff going on out there, what with all the new and often free web based tools… Continue reading Guerrilla Techniques – Does inexpensive research have to be ‘quick & dirty’?

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Design Consequences: A fun workshop technique for brainstorming & consensus building

For my recent BarCamp session I shared a design technique that a colleague and I developed quite recently that we’ve found to be quite successful in both generating great design ideas and developing consensus about the design approach for projects within a multi-disciplinary team. We call this technique Design Consequences, due to the similarity it has with… Continue reading Design Consequences: A fun workshop technique for brainstorming & consensus building