STC Summit - From Cancer To Bankruptcy

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Performing in-home ethnographic interviews is especially personal for User Experience Designers. But when the research is based on a person's personal health or finances, it gets taken to a whole new level.

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STC Summit - From Cancer To Bankruptcy

  1. 1. FROM Cancer TO BankruptcyBrad NunnallySenior User Experience DesignerPerficient, Inc. St. Louis, MO@bnunnally ~ STC Summit 2011
  2. 2. Users In The Mist
  3. 3. Your Field Kit
  4. 4. Informs Scope
  5. 5. Guides Decisions
  6. 6. Advises Documentation
  7. 7. Unique Experience
  8. 8. Not Always Normal
  9. 9. Gets A Bit Odd
  10. 10. Can Be Uncomfortable
  11. 11. What’s Lost Is Now Gone
  12. 12. Engage With Participant
  13. 13. Follow Their Story
  14. 14. Don’t Lose Focus
  15. 15. Saved By My Best Friend
  16. 16. Haunt You
  17. 17. Over Shadowing
  18. 18. Grip It & Rip It
  19. 19. Joker Of War
  20. 20. Not Too Friendly
  21. 21. Remain Professional
  22. 22. Help Ground You
  23. 23. Pistols And Porn
  24. 24. !Shocking
  25. 25. Don’t Poison Me Bro’
  26. 26. Be Non-Judgmental
  27. 27. Body Language
  28. 28. General Takeaways
  29. 29. Be “On-time”
  30. 30. The Buddy System
  31. 31. Humanize Yourself
  32. 32. PicturesBusiness CardsProject InfoContact Info
  33. 33. Take The Water
  34. 34. Just As Scared As You
  35. 35. !Be 100% Honest
  36. 36. Brad NunnallyUser Experience DesignerEmail - brad.nunnally@perficient.comTwitter - @bnunnallyBlog - http://www.bradsramblings.comSpeakerRate - http://spkr8.com/t/7474

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