UXLS 2021 Conference: Research, Design, Build: How to Create a Flexible User Research and Product Planning Database for the UX Pipeline
This is part of the Pistoia Alliance 2021 User Experience for Life Sciences Virtual Conference, March 2021. For more information about related events, please visit our online calendar.
Synthesizing user research is messy, especially in the complex world of life sciences. The typical output of siloed research briefs often lacks durability across projects, transparency in synthesis rationale and derived decisions, and accessibility by stakeholders outside the design team. This session will dive into how the double-diamond design philosophy manifests into diverse user research artifacts and methods for structuring and synthesizing these artifacts in a centralized research database like Airtable to facilitate the design process and extend their value to the rest of your organization.
Senior Manager, Product Design, PathAI
Beth is a UX designer, researcher, and strategist with 8+ years of experience in design for healthcare. Beth currently leads the Product Design team at PathAI, a machine learning and deep learning company driving faster more accurate diagnosis of disease. Prior to PathAI, Beth led the UX team at a precision medicine company called Genospace, served as the senior UX architect for a contract clinical and research genomics organization called WuXi NextCODE, has spoken at Stanford MedicineX, and has spent several years at a health-focused software design agency leading client projects for Janssen, Walgreens, Glytec, MITRE corp / AHRQ, and more.
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