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  • Addressing tech’s inclusive design debt

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    Design and development involve hundreds of decisions, and anyone who’s worked in a complex project knows that it’s easy for things to fall through the cracks. Poor implementations are made due to lack of time, knowledge, or resources. If efforts are…

  • A quest for the right remote usability testing tool

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    A few days before any of us knew about the new work-from-home-normal, I began researching a new usability testing tool for Harvard Web Publishing (HWP). We had just acquired a new project that involved testing the usability of a new calendar for…

  • How to stay creative in times of uncertainty

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    Like many of us who for the past few weeks have been stuck at home self-quarantined, I’ve been followed by a sense of worrisome uncertainty mixed with boredom. As I often do in times like this, I turn to wanting to create something, a drawing, a…

  • How to embrace learning during your first 6 months as a UX Designer/Researcher

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    On October 14, 2019, I started my first full-time UX job, UX Designer/Researcher at Harvard Web Publishing, a team that offers UX research and design services to various departments within Harvard University. I had been an intern within that same…