Nate Bolt gives talks about research and design in both commercial and academic settings, including a recent keynote for the Urban Libraries Council. Last century, he worked with faculty at the University of California, San Diego, to create a degree titled “The Social Impact of Digital Technology,” which combined Cognitive Science, Sociology, and Computing in the Arts.
Nate’s workshop on “Remote Research” will cover the latest in web-based UX research, including discussion of the onslaught of new tools that have appeared recently. He’ll also provide hands-on training in remote methods for qualitative user research, including remote usability testing, remote card sorting, recruiting, and other crafty tools and methods for remote studies.
It’s a rare opportunity to get your research on.