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  1. UserZoom State of UX in the Enterprise 2019: Top Challenges, Trends, and Opportunities

    December 2, 2019

    More than 200 global UX professionals completed UserZoom’s second annual State of UX in the Enterprise survey. Overall, our research findings show that the state of enterprise User Experience is strong and growing stronger. Nevertheless, many enterprise organizations still face common challenges. The good news is that there are lots of opportunities for companies and their leadership to grow and drive User Experience in the enterprise to the next stage.

    While other surveys over the past few years have looked at the state of User Experience as a whole and at UX design in particular, the state of User Experience in the enterprise had not yet been analyzed in depth or tracked longitudinally—particularly in regard to understanding how enterprise companies are conducting UX research. That’s why, in 2018, we conducted our first survey with hundreds of UX professionals at some of the largest global organizations to better understand the culture of UX research and state of User Experience in the enterprise. In 2019, we’ve conducted our survey again.

    Now, let’s dig into the survey findings. Read More

  2. Usability Testing with Time Constraints | Remote Usability Testing

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    A column by Janet M. Six
    December 7, 2009

    In this Ask UXmatters column—which is the third in a three-part series of columns focusing on usability—our experts discuss:

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    Ask UXmatters answers our readers’ questions about user experience matters. To read our experts’ responses to your question in an upcoming edition of Ask UXmatters, please send your question to: [email protected].

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  3. Fostering Learning Environments to Generate Sparkle

    December 3, 2018

    Our environment refers to everything around us, including physical, chemical, and other natural forces. People constantly interact with their environment—including interactions between other people, animals, plants, soil, water, air, and other living and inanimate elements. They adapt themselves to the conditions of their environment. Their environment affects their growth and development as a person. What people do—or do not do—and the way we behave in our environment has huge impacts on others, affecting their behavior, body, mind, and heart.

    Different fields of knowledge use the word environment differently:

    • psychology—Our psychological environment constitutes the impacts of other people, physical things, and places on our psyche.
    • electromagnetism—In our electromagnetic environment (EME), radio waves and other electromagnetic radiation and magnetic fields interact.
    • astronomy—The galactic environment of our solar system is the larger context in which we live among the stars. Read More

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