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Vimig Socrates — Conduct Interviews and Observations: Research Next Steps

It's unfortunate that the Police Station didn't seem involved in helping with this issue. However, maybe you want to talk to some nonprofits/school police officers. They might be more receptive.

3 years ago

Catherine Chung — Conduct Interviews and Observations: Research Next Steps

Glad you guys switched from solutions-building to research. I would refrain from focusing in on solutions now since that may bias your research.

3 years ago

Robert Calvey — Conduct Interviews and Observations: User Stories

A professor at NU tells folks that you can learn more from 4-5 interviews than you can from 30 quick survey answers. So be sure to do some interviews as quickly as possible for drivers!

3 years ago

Robert Calvey - You can do interviews on the street with folks, too.

3 years ago

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Robert Calvey — Conduct Interviews and Observations: Research Clarity

What do you mean by the some people are affected positively by distracted driving and some people are affected negatively?

3 years ago

Robert Calvey - When you start an interview you should always begin explaining, at a high level, why you are doing the research you are doing to help the user understand.

3 years ago

Catherine Chung — General

Prateek: Great slides. Upload your slide to this feedback session as well!

3 years ago

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Catherine Chung - Would be interesting to see your journey map + stakeholder map as well!

3 years ago

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