QRCA UX SIG: Book Club and Author Talk with Steve Portigal
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6/26/2020
When: Friday, June 26, 2020
9:00 am – 10:00 am (PDT)
Where: Zoom Meeting
United States
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Book Club and Author Talk with Steve Portigal

UX SIG

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Please join us Friday, June 26, 9:00 am Pacific Time for a lively discussion and author Q&A. This event is FREE virtual event. Please RSVP by clicking the button above.

In the second meeting of the UX SIG Book Club, we will discuss Doorbells, Danger and Dead Batteries: User Research War Stories by Steve Portigal.

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 Portigal.

And in an exciting addition the author, Steve, will join us!

Steve Portigal is the founder of Portigal Consulting. In addition to Doorbells, Danger and Dead Batteries, Steve is author of the classic Interviewing Users. His work has informed the development of music gear, wine packaging, medical information systems, corporate intranets, videoconferencing systems, and iPod accessories. Steve also hosts the podcast Dollars to Donuts where he talks with the people who lead user research in their organization.

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