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Remote Research: Thoughts Post-COVID

  • 29 Apr 2021
  • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Zoom Webinar

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Join us for our April Webinar to learn from Josh LaMar of Authentique UX as he shares his thoughts and experiences about remote research now, and into the future!

Synopsis

During the advent of COVID in March 2020, there was a major shift in UX Research towards conducting research online. However, remote research is not new: it's been around for many years already.

For those starting to do remote research for the first time, there are some myths about it that simply must be dispelled. Remote research can be just as rigorous as in-person research as long as the methods used and the collection of data are sound.

Doing good research remotely is really just about doing good research. In fact, there are some advantages to doing research remotely that create good arguments for continuing to use it in the future, even in the post-COVID world.
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Where: Zoom Webinar
Date: Thursday, April 29th
Time: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm 
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Speaker Bio:
Josh LaMar, CEO/Co-Founder, Authentique UX


Josh LaMar is the CEO of Authentique UX, a strategic thought partner that helps tech companies fast track product strategy to save millions by building the right product for the right people domestically and internationally.

Authentique UX is committed to promoting cross-cultural understanding and deepening human connections through inclusive product design.


We are gay and Latino-owned and a proud member of the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC).  Prior to founding Authentique UX, Josh was a Principal Design Research Manager at Microsoft, where he worked for 12 years in tablet applications, content consumption, productivity, communication, and time management research. Josh is a lover of travel, learning languages, and celebrating the cultures of the world through food and wine.  

Read more about Josh's experience Being Gay in Tech. 


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