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Some (Significant) Advantages of Doing Qualitative Design Research Remotely

After spending many years in the field of Experience Design and Design Research, doing much of my work remotely, I’ve been thinking about how I can best be of service to others at this critical juncture (as I’m sure many of you are). The times have found us needing to step up our remote work skills and reevaluate our strategies for getting research done —while…




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