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UX Weekly: Issue #33

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UX Weekly: Issue #33
By Jonathan Kochis • Issue #33 • View online
I swear I have every intention of actually publishing this weekly newsletter on a weekly basis.  Soon.
In this issue I’ve included a link to a podcast I was a guest on along with a short article on the importance of story in UX. I’ve also include a post and a rebuttal discussing the value of user research – great discussion here.
Enjoy!
- Jonathan

Thanks to Stephanie and the team at Voices for having me on the Sound Stories podcast.
Thanks to Stephanie and the team at Voices for having me on the Sound Stories podcast.
UX and Storytelling
Story is a powerful tool for communication and understanding. When it comes to UX, I think organizations should focus on how they can be a valuable part of their customers’ stories in addition to telling their own.
Designing Experiences in the Age of the Customer
Why story matters in UX
The Value of User Research
The ‘User Research is Overrated’ article below has generated much discussion over the past few weeks. It’s always worth considering the value of any part of a process, but I disagree that developing a better understanding of your customers through research is wasteful.
User Research is Overrated
Against “shoot first, ask questions later” — my response to “User research is overrated”
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