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Thanks for asking! Ideally it depends on how diverse your target audience is. If you have 1 persona, than probably 4-5 interviews will be sufficient to see a pattern and draw a conclusion. But, if you have 3-4, or more personas you should do 3 interviews per each personas. That’s the minimum. If you don’t find a strong pattern in 3 interviews, you should continue interviewing. Your goal is to find a pattern (for example about their problems, or their needs, motivation).
We would have made more interviews as well but in such a short time frame we could only conduct 4 interviews (this was still a better solution than entirely skip the interview part and it already was helpful). By the way, it would make sense to revisit the interview process again (now that the MVP phase is over) in order to decide which direction to go forward with the product.
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Sometimes it is so hard to convince stakeholders about a change in the product. I think many designers experienced this issue.
Holding workshops can be a good solution for this issue, because it helps to get everyone on the same page, and make decisions together.
So I collected 3 UX workshops that can be useful for you in this article.
Hey Fellow Designers, Today is a big day for me, I publish my first book. It's called Product Design. Some of you from the DN community have already read it, and I want to thank you for your help and feedback.
I’ve spent the last six months collecting all the case studies and methods we use with my team. My goal was to create a book that gives you a comprehensive guide to designing digital products people will love. It took me more time than I had expected but it’s finally here and I am very proud of it. It’s 199 pages long, filled with beautiful illustrations and examples.
I hope you will like it. :)
This whole thing is a prototype. Those will be clickable tags, so you can see other case studies where they used the given method.
As a design team, we are fond of innovations changing the user experience. We collected all the tech trends we expect in 2017 that will probably affect our lives.
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