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Organizing and Actually Making Sense of User Research

Hey there,

I just wanted to let you know that tomorrow (Wednesday) at noon eastern, I'm giving talk for Florida Library Webinars called Organizing and Actually Making Sense of User Research.

Description: It is one thing to collect feedback and data about how users use your services, but turning that raw data into insight and action is a different story. We’re often overwhelmed by the work of data collection in the first place, let alone making use of it. In this webinar, Michael Schofield presents a straightforward and free system for both organizing and making sense out of user research and how it can play the role it should in decision making.

It's free. https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4385605924239854594

Yep. There will be a recording, too.

I'll be talking about WeWork's "Polaris" system and what it's like actually adapting and using it for real.

If it's your thing and you've got the time, it'd be dope to see you there.

Yours,

Michael
Copyright © 2018 User Experience is a Metric, All rights reserved.
Hey there. Michael here. The only reason you should be seeing this email is if you signed-up - and I think you did, but if [let's say ... ] a friend wrote you in, would it really be so bad?

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