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Sharing Findings for Maximum Impact

By Aras Bilgen This is a sample chapter from Research Practice: Perspectives from UX Researchers in a Changing Field, Gregg Bernstein, editor. 2021 Greggcorp. The classic way to report findings is to write a report. But writing is hard. Reading a well-written report is also quite hard nowadays, with full schedules and attention spans reduced to Instagram stories and TikTok posts. The foundations of user research trace back to academia, in fields like HCI (Human-Computer Interaction), cognitive psychology, and computer science. Academics are used to presenting results in writing because writing is the currency of academia: you write an article, you send it into the darkness, and many months and many revisions later, a committee accepts it for publication, after which you add it to your CV (Curriculum Vitae). Read More

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