Blog posts by John Waterworth
Thoughts on keeping user research going in difficult times
Last week, I hosted a webinar with others working in the public sector to share what we’re doing to keep user research going in these difficult times.
Keeping user research going in difficult times
I’m hosting a panel discussion with others working in UK public services to share what we’re all doing to keep user research going in these difficult times.
Making better roadmaps
We’ve improved the questions and workshop format we use to create roadmaps for alpha and beta projects, and significant updates to live services
Using hypotheses to hold together your learning, thinking and making
At Interaction 20 in Milan I’ll be presenting on hypotheses and the practices you need in place to make them effective in your organisation.
Good questions to kick off a discovery
To kick-off some recent discoveries we’ve been using a different set of questions. We feel like they’re working well, so we’re sharing them here.
Planning impactful user research at UX in the City: Manchester
I recently attended UX in the City: Manchester. It was a wonderful event – well organised with excellent speakers sharing great content.