Welcome to "Optimal Workshop" articles.
All the latest and greatest from the team. Find out the what, why, and how of product design and company culture at Optimal Workshop.
- Questions for Questions: How we surveyed our users about our new tool
- We launched our new online survey tool, Questions, a few weeks ago. At the time of launch, we sent out a fun little survey to see how you, our customers, use online surveys. Here are the results — enjoy!
- The unicorn is dead: Soft skills trump coding skills
- UXers love to explore design and solution spaces. It’s what we do. But in amongst all this, soft skills should always be a big focus. Read on to hear Paul Sherman's thoughts before his presentation at UX New Zealand 2016.
- From A to UX
- How can you be successful when making a change? Before her presentation at UX New Zealand 2016, Analyst Team Lead at Xero, Stephanie Wilson, explains how she brought UX practices into her workplace.
- Time, space and information architecture
- When you hear the words "information architecture" what do you picture in your mind? For Dan Ramsden, creative director for UX architecture at BBC, he also considers time and space. Read on to find out his thoughts on information architecture
- How we support the Optimal Workshop community
- As part of the Customer Success team, I work hard to ensure our customers are getting the maximum value from our tools in order to stick with us for all their user research needs. Read on to find out how I do this.
- What is temporal design thinking?
- What is temporal design thinking? And why is it so important? Before his talk at UX New Zealand 2016, Chief Experience Officer at The CranfordTeague Group Jason CranfordTeague, pens some thoughts.
- Cognitive biases in user research
- What is a cognitive bias? And more importantly, how can they affect user research? Principal User Experience Consultant Ruth Ellison explains.
- User research in an agile environment
- The agile methodology is getting more and more popular in enterprises all around the world. But how does this affect user research?
- How to introduce better research practices
- Is bad research better than no research? UX Agony Aunt weighs in and explains some of the many benefits that good research can have for businesses.
- Business analysis and the politics of design
- There can be a lot of conflict between experience designers and business analysts. Fortunately Cornelius Rachieru explains how to create a harmony between the two before his UX New Zealand 2016 presentation.
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