How to Perfect and Leverage Remote UX Workshops

Conducting a design workshop with a co-located team (everyone in the same physical place) is already a challenging task. Its remote version can be even harder, a real frustration and a waste of time if some aspects are not taken into account.

In the article published on the Toptal Blog (Kindly translated to Spanish by Yesica Danderfer) and UX Planet, I approached some time-tested practices that will help make a remote UX workshop run smoothly, including what happens before, during, and after, and some of the pitfalls you should look out for. Have a good read!

Turning Usability Testing Data into Action without Going Insane

Collecting, sorting, and understanding data gathered during user research and usability testing is a critical UX skill. In this scenario, there are at least two challenges to deal with: be accurate when identifying findings (are we spotting the real problems?) and be consistent when proposing solutions (do the solutions relate well with the issues found? In which should we invest first?).

I present an approach for dealing with this situation in the article published on the Toptal Blog and UX Planet. It’s a bit long, but I hope you enjoy it 🙂