Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.
1

I sometimes use... "Curious, what else?" or "I'll note that, continue?" or "Do you see other items of interest?" or "Great observation!" Each of these is situational, and I use them to both acknowledge the comment and prompt to move forward.


1

Researching is a complex process that requires many steps. The basic decision you should make is whether you want to conduct qualitative or quantitative interviews. Then define research issues and research questions. If you are expecting an answer, it is worth predicting whether exploring the topic will allow you to discover some insights that may create ...


1

Can you explain a bit further what you mean by "aggregating data into a set of scenarios...". How do the outputs/artifacts look like? What we do is categorize research data with tags to give it a certain structure. Then we cluster related information to identify patterns. These clusters (which are basically a group of quotes and observations) could be ...


1

I came across this article on medium - "Which UX Research Method to Use'. And this is link to the "whole tree" Let me know if it helps!


1

Great question! Our team went through something similar recently. The affinity diagrams don't scale well. As the number of interviews went up, the affinity diagrams just became incomprehensible. We recently on-boarded to a platform that provides the ability to do tagging and text analysis. We are using this platform as our central repository now. Tagging ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible