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Hi everyone!

I haven't seen a thread yet to talk about this aspect of development in which I have been reading on lately and I am very interested in this community's opinion/experience. 

  • What are your perspectives/experiences on dealing with a UX/UI research process?
  • Would you have resources/books/courses to recommend to learn about the topic?

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5 hours ago, elabx said:

Would you have resources/books/courses to recommend to learn about the topic?

Don't Make Me Think is a classic and applies to all kinds of UX/UI design. Nielsen Norman Group articles are also worth checking out; Jakob Nielsen in particular is one of the most prominent figures when it comes to usability research.

Lots of stuff to add here, but I'll leave that to others :)

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