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Optimal Workshop's EX2020 Session: Framing UX Research For Stakeholder Buy-In - Shared screen with speaker view
Baki Bektas
07:02
Hi
Marco Biedermann
07:13
Hello
Mengjia Qu
07:16
Hi
jim couch
07:27
hello
Jui Kulkarni
07:32
Hello!
steve grieshaber
07:32
Hello!
Anna Effort
07:50
๐Ÿ‘‹ hi!
jim couch
08:10
yes
Lizzie Kost
08:10
Yes!
Jui Kulkarni
08:12
yes
jim couch
08:27
Love NZ
Kathleen Chao
08:28
Hi
jim couch
28:07
Nice presentation. The Qual/Quant divide seems to be a constant universal challenge. I blame the dominance of Marketing and Marketing research in the last century. The research process you are describing is and abductive reasoning process. Smart companies are gravitating to this ideology. Those who donโ€™t will be left behind.
Lada Gorlenko
28:37
+1 to what @Jim said
Netto Athayde
29:40
I would love to have access to the recording and slides
steve grieshaber
29:56
Indi Young has good stuff on rich data and problem space research
Erin Hedrington
30:19
This talk is my life <3 Thanks for the tips!
steve grieshaber
30:25
What do you mean by rich data?
Veevi Rosenstein
30:41
Great job. Really clear.
Coby Almond
30:51
Who do you go to for encouragement when second-guessing yourself
CATHERINE CHIODO
30:51
Fantastic framing of such universal uxr struggles
Anna Effort
31:00
Thanks! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
Jui Kulkarni
31:01
yeah it was amazing! thanks
Kristen Ramirez
31:25
What do those stakeholder meetings look like? Whatโ€™s the agenda? What do you call the meeting?
Veevi Rosenstein
31:29
Can you say more about how the two approaches (inductive, deductive) can work together?
Jen Padilla
31:33
Any tips on what is strategic sharing?
Michael Rubino
31:34
Iโ€™ve also heard that described as thick data
jim couch
31:37
Demand for UXR is through the roof in the states. Same in NZ?
Baki Bektas
32:34
What do you do if one of the stakeholders is your boss and they have their own ideas about how to product should be and dominating the workshop / workflow of the work?
Kristen Ramirez
33:19
Thanks!
jim couch
37:41
Good presentation! Cheers.
Jui Kulkarni
37:50
Yeah! very good point about a good facilitator! Thanks
Baki Bektas
38:04
Thank you folks, cheers! :)
Coby Almond
40:43
:-)
Coby Almond
41:29
+1
Beth Johnston
41:51
Thanks so much!
steve grieshaber
41:56
Thanks!
Erin Hedrington
41:58
THANK YOU!
Kristen Ramirez
41:58
Thanks!!
Kathleen Chao
42:02
Thank you
Marco Biedermann
42:03
Thanks a lot! Enjoy
Cate Ferman
42:03
Thank you!!
Meghan Aro
42:04
Thank you!
Huaying Song
42:04
thanks!
Mengjia Qu
42:05
Thank you!
Kathleen Chao
42:07
Enjoy breakfast :)
Jenny Lee
42:07
Thank you very much!
Jui Kulkarni
42:12
Thanks :)