Doorbells, Danger, and Dead Batteries

Doorbells, Danger, and Dead Batteries

Steve Portigal / Nov 15, 2019

Doorbells Danger and Dead Batteries User research war stories are personal accounts of the challenges researchers encounter out in the field where mishaps are inevitable yet incredibly instructive Doorbells Danger and Dead Batteries

  • Title: Doorbells, Danger, and Dead Batteries
  • Author: Steve Portigal
  • ISBN: 9781492018568
  • Page: 253
  • Format: ebook
  • User research war stories are personal accounts of the challenges researchers encounter out in the field, where mishaps are inevitable, yet incredibly instructive Doorbells, Danger, and Dead Batteries is a diverse compilation of war stories that range from comically bizarre to astonishingly tragic, tied together with valuable lessons from expert user researcher Steve PortUser research war stories are personal accounts of the challenges researchers encounter out in the field, where mishaps are inevitable, yet incredibly instructive Doorbells, Danger, and Dead Batteries is a diverse compilation of war stories that range from comically bizarre to astonishingly tragic, tied together with valuable lessons from expert user researcher Steve Portigal.

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    1. Steve Portigal's latest book is an interesting look at sharing "war stories" around user interviews. The real story of the book comes from combining all the submitted stories into sections that gives the reader an excellent picture of when things don't go perfectly well. I'd recommend this book for anyone in research who interviews people. It is a book that makes you think about your own processes and how you might react given similar circumstances. Great book, and a fast read.


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