Mapping User Research Data

In User Research we deal with a lot of data – it’s the lifeblood of our trade. We work hard to gather rich data about users, capturing it in many forms, and using a wide range of data collection techniques. But getting our hands on the data is only half the story. In order to […]

So you want to be a user researcher? CVs matter

User research is a growing area of the tech industry as more organisations are seeing the need to understand user needs at every step of developing a product or service. It’s exciting to see our field grow! Because of this, we’ve recently hired some more user researchers here at dxw and in doing so, we’ve […]

Beyond slide decks and reports

Beyond slide decks and reports: Running workshops to share research findings and help others apply design thinking We recently worked on a discovery project with the Government Digital Service (GDS) to improve the tools and systems that support the Cabinet Office spend controls. We worked with the Standards Assurance team at GDS, who are responsible […]

Introducing Hilary

Hello, I’m Hilary, the newest user researcher to join dxw. Before joining dxw, I led the UX writing team and managed the digital help service for a global eReading company. I wore several hats during my tenure including product owner, editor-in-chief, and of course, user researcher. After years of working on product and content strategy […]