Connor McCormick

Santa Barbara, CA Lead Senior UX Designer at Procore Technologies Joined over 3 years ago

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  • Posted to Pain points for designers in 2018?, Jul 13, 2018

    Documenting research plans, synthesizing research and sharing research findings in a consistent, digestible, and searchable manner across my org. Not just with other designers, but Engineers & Product Managers as well. I have yet to find a tool/product to meet my needs.

    The closest thing I've found has been: https://airtable.com/universe/expShuhNMi0Oc0xpb/polaris-ux-nuggets

    http://www.shanestrassberg.com/wework-polaris/

    I would absolutely pay for something like this.

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  • Posted to Made a guide on how to do good UX research, would love any feedback, Jun 01, 2018

    This might be one of the best things I've read on UX research! Thank you for sharing.

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  • Posted to User Research tips?, Jun 13, 2017

    What type of research are you looking to conduct? Are you doing usability testing? Concept value testing?

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  • Posted to The All New Skype, in reply to Joshua Turner , Jun 01, 2017

    Couldn't agree more. It feels like a cross between FaceTime and Snapchat. I'm curious how this will impact their business offering.

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  • Posted to AMA: Framer Team On Framer 2.0, The Complete Product Design Tool, May 31, 2017

    Really impressed with this release, great stuff! I'm a long time Sketch user. My current workflow is utilizing InVision's Craft Library/Prototype/etc. w/ Sketch. I don't stray too far from this on a daily basis. There is definitely a lot of power here with Framer, and I'm strongly considering giving it a try.

    Why should I make the switch? What am I missing by not using Framer?

    P.S. I'm not an overly technical person. I very rarely get my hands dirty in code.

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  • Posted to Ask DN: What is your morning routine?, Apr 27, 2017
    • Wake Up
    • Bathroom
    • Kettlebells (~15 min)
    • Shower
    • Get dressed
    • Drive to Work (~15 min) [Arrive: 8AM]
    • Cold Brew
    • Breakfast
    • Product Hunt/DN/Email/Slack
    • Knock a few things out in Sketch
    • First Standup [9:15AM]
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  • Posted to Best avenue for finding design interns?, in reply to Brian Peppler , Apr 20, 2017

    I second Brian. We've had a lot of success from attending University Career Fairs and posting openings to College Job Boards.

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  • Posted to How many of you (designers) have relevant education?, Mar 08, 2017

    I got a BS in Information Science (specialized in UX). My education has been directly applicable to things I do on a regular basis at work.

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