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Researchers Spilling Tea

How did you get into Research? Like most people I seem to speak to, via a set of happy coincidences fuelled by a healthy dose of curiosity. I’ve always been passionate about the human element – in a past life I did a Physiotherapy degree before realising that path wasn’t for me. After a few years of job-hopping, I serendipitously… Read More →

How did you get into Research? When I was a student, I used to work for a marketing research company, helping them with recruiting participants and taking notes during focus groups and individual interviews. I was very fascinated by the job of the researcher. Once my study was done, I started as an intern and then as a permanent employee… Read More →

How did you get into UX Research? Like a lot of graduates, I didn’t have a strong sense of my destiny after leaving uni. I’d studied psychology and I’ve always been interested in unpicking human behaviour and motivations. I also knew I wanted to work in a role that relied heavily on communication – real face-to-face communication. I love listening… Read More →

In your own words, what is ResearchOps? ResearchOps is about offering support and infrastructure to ‘people who do research’, which I’ve shorted to PwDR. This is because in a lot of bigger organisations like Atlassian it’s not just researchers doing research, there’s also PMs and designers doing research. “Of course, the holy grail is to have only skilled, practised researchers… Read More →