How to become a “Senior” UX Researcher (from a UXR Lead at #faang)

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22 thoughts on “How to become a “Senior” UX Researcher (from a UXR Lead at #faang)”

  1. Isn’t it better to launch and app with good design decisions from seeings what’s currently out there. Once it’s done just modify based on user feedback because it’s never going to be right in the first place. As long as it’s simple and easy to use you should be good to go.

  2. I've never felt so validated in the feelings I've had about my career, particularly the fatigue from always needing to justify the suggestions we make and just how much brain power is needed for reconciliating so much data from so many sources.
    I'm so happy that this channel exists!

  3. Watching this video after work, so I wouldn't waste my precious time on some TV series. And the last point about taking breaks from work to avoid burnout made me choke on my dinner 😀

  4. Great point on not changing our client's opinion, but rather empowering them to change it themselves. How would you recommend empowering our clients? Are there any processes or methods that you have found to be helpful?

  5. As someone early in their research career, the points you made regarding the contrast between junior level approach and thinking to senior level are insightful. I feel with your points I can self-monitor my own progress and approach with more clarity – Thanks you!! Your channel is so helpful!

  6. Thank you so much Aona! Amazing work as always. Your videos are very helpful to me as I still have a lot of things to learn in this field. I’ve been subscribed your channel for several months, and because of you, I want to be a good UX researcher and helping people as same as you someday. Always love your content.

  7. Thanks for the informative video. Could I ask you a question? Let me explain the context first. I'm a junior researcher and start to realize the layers of insights. I have two assumptions of execution: first, dig more in-depth insights during the interview; second, finish the first round interview and reflect on the conversation to draft a second, even third round. They both have pros and cons, the first one requires the interviewer to think and react fast, but is more efficient and cost-effective; the second one can apply to any interviewer, but requires more commitment in terms of time and budget. So, which one of these two do you apply? or if not from these two options, how do you execute your interview, to get in-depth insights?

  8. Hi Aona, your YT channel is super helpful! I am wondering during the UXR interviews is there coding questions such as data manipulation using SQL or Python? Thank you!

  9. Thank you Aona, this is such a super valuable lesson. I have a question: how do you conduct research following a roadmap if you just join an organization and all the research projects you could do is based on the team needs ( more like small pieces)?

  10. Great video! I can see many of the things you mentioned in more senior people on my team – I'll be looking forward to getting there myself! Keep up the great content 🙂

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