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Friday, May 19 • 10:15am - 11:00am
You can have it both ways: Fast and unbiased usability research

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Do you dream of a future when computers have truly replaced humans, and research analysis is almost instantaneous? Reality check: it’s not going to happen. Turning all that data into information will always require some difficult thinking – by a real human. But rapid research means less time for analysis, and hastily drawn conclusions are more prone to bias. How do we address the need for speed demanded of us while retaining confidence in our findings?

In this presentation, I’ll share tips for increasing the efficiency of our research without sacrificing quality. We’ll start with a toolbox of usability measures that make planning a study faster and easier. We’ll talk about designing data collection systems that facilitate analysis, and reduce the time spent reading through notes or re-watching videos. Finally, we’ll let computers save us time by doing the math, exposing hidden patterns, and rendering beautiful visualizations.

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Eva Kaniasty

UX Consultant, Red Pill UX
Eva Kaniasty is the founder of Red Pill UX, LLC, a consultancy providing user experience strategy, research and interaction design in the Boston area. Eva has improved user experiences in a range of industries, including healthcare, education, financial, and software. She received her Master's in Human Factors from Bentley University in 2007, sits on the board of UXPA Boston, and is a repeat presenter at local and national conferences.


Friday May 19, 2017 10:15am - 11:00am
2-Backbay A/B

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