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Interview with Jared Spool

I had the privilege of visiting Jared Spool at his North Andover, Massachusetts office and interview him about getting buy-in for UX research. The challenge of getting buy-in for research takes form in two ways: one, when stakeholders refuse to sponsor research to begin with, and two, if they do sponsor it, they refuse to act on research results since they contradict their intuitions, opinions, or expectations.
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Conversation Is the End Goal: an Interview With Eric Fisher Design

Conversation Is the End Goal: an Interview With Eric Fisher

Eric Fisher is a storyteller turned product architect. He was the Social Design Evangelist at Facebook where he wrote the guidelines on Social Design. Eric has also worked as a designer at both Google and Apple and he independently works with startup companies to help architect their products.

Anneke had the opportunity to interview Eric for our readers. Here are some great insights into the role of a designer at big companies, how design will change because of all the data we are collecting, ethics, and much more.
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Design Is Not Science: an Interview With Nate Bolt

Nate Bolt is the co-founder and president of Bolt | Peters, a research and design firm specializing in remote usability, user experience, and interaction design. Nate is both a researcher and a designer and he co-authored the book Remote Research.

Anneke had the opportunity to interview Nate for our readers. Here are some great insights into the future of remote research, web design ethics, and other challenges designers face on the Web.
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An interview on the state of UX with Lou Rosenfeld Design

An interview on the state of UX with Lou Rosenfeld

UX interview Lou RosenfeldIf you like to read about UX, you probably have at least one book that was written or published by Lou Rosenfeld. Aside from being a publisher, Lou is stil going strong as an independent information architecture consultant. We thought it would be interesting to hear his thoughts on the development of UX as a field, and see what he is up to in general.

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