Celine Lenoble

Seattle UX Researcher Joined almost 7 years ago

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  • Posted to User Researchers, do you recommend any services built specifically for organize Q/A with customers? , May 24, 2017

    For small data sets, I use a spreadsheet: raw text in the first column, then tags and categories in the other columns. I can then sort the answers according to a specific category or tag. For larger text analysis, there is a range of free quantitative analysis software depending on your specific needs: here is a link to get you started top free qualitative data analysis software

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  • Posted to Ask DN: UX book/course recommendations for a UI Designer?, in reply to Marcus H , Sep 06, 2016

    Sorry I didn't see your answer earlier. Yes, I've done all the courses in the specialization. I've just started the capstone project. I really liked it compared to other online courses because you have to apply the stuff you learn in a production of some sort every week (interview users, draw storyboards, create wireframes, do some testing, heuristics evaluation, even some R statistics analysis). It's not just multiple choices questions or rewording of the course content. So it's more demanding and time-consuming, but definitely worth it in my opinion.

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  • Posted to Conversational UX News: introducing the uxdesign.cc chatbot, Aug 18, 2016

    I tried and I'm not sure I'll adopt it. Far more time consuming than scanning a RSS feed. Plus it looks like interactive, but the user input is in fact really limited.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: UX book/course recommendations for a UI Designer?, Aug 15, 2016

    Coursera has an Interaction Design Specialization, done by UC San Diego. You go through all the UX design steps, from needs finding to prototyping and testing. It's a hands-on course where you have to apply what you learn in peer-reviewed assignments every week.

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