This infographic from Udemy points out who is being hired and why as well as providing some information to those trying to decide on the next direction in their careers. It is important to note that without those key personnel who can take the ideas and turn them into reality, companies like Google, Apple and [...]
If you’ve ever thought your client was just not appreciative or that you wanted to end the working relationship because it just wasn’t working out… Take a tip from Don Draper.
The most important variable in any research, whether it is usability, marketing or other scientific study, will always be the quality and relevance of your participants. If you choose to take on the recruiting yourself, it is important to know that there are many methods to getting people (see article below) but be sure that [...]
Here are some good suggestions on how to alleviate some trouble that often happens when working as a consultant. An article on Tech Republic by Jack Wallen. IT consultants need more than technical knowledge and experience — they need to make sure they’re on the same page with their clients. Jack Wallen suggests some ways [...]
Jared Spool wrote an article describing the difference between ‘innies’ & ‘outies’ as well as ‘handiwork’ vs brainwork’ when it comes to ux consulting. The short version- Innies work within an organization, while the outies are brought in for projects Handwork is when the consultant is creating, producing work, wireframes, etc. Brainwork is when the [...]