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September 14







Research Resilience

Unlocking #GuardedCreativity in the Realm of UX Research

Welcome to "Research Resilience," a pivotal event as part of the #DesignForTomorrow Awareness Initiative. If you're a UX researcher or someone who harnesses research to drive innovation, this is your opportunity to delve into the world of #GuardedCreativity and empower yourself with insights that can reshape the landscape of user experience.

Navigating Guarded Creativity:

Jacqualyn, a renowned expert in UX research, will shed light on the delicate balance between innovation and cautiousness, enabling you to achieve transformative results.

Gain practical insights that can elevate your research game.

Engage in meaningful conversations, share insights, and uncover collaboration opportunities that transcend the event.

Join the #DesignForTomorrow Movement:

The #DesignForTomorrow Awareness Initiative is all about driving positive change through design. By participating in "Research Resilience," you're aligning yourself with a community of innovators who believe in the power of creativity and research to shape a brighter future.

Spread the Word:

Help us extend this invitation to fellow UX researchers, designers, and anyone who can benefit from the fusion of creativity and research. Together, we can amplify the impact of our work and contribute to designing a more resilient and user-centric tomorrow.

Get ready to elevate your research practice, tap into your #GuardedCreativity, and become a driving force in shaping the future of user experiences. We can't wait to see you at "Research Resilience"!

Remember to use the hashtag #DesignForTomorrow when sharing your event experience on social media!

Please check Meetup to stay up to date. This initiative scaled beyond expectation and we're doing our best to keep the plane up while flying. Event are published on Meetup and LinkedIn.

Watch live on LinkedIn and RSVP on Meetup to join.

All online events were made possible by a donation from Nadine Niehaus of Sprintlab

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