UX researchers with backgrounds in the social sciences and humanities have had a large presence in design and business for decades. UXR remains a popular career path option for students, graduates, and academics seeking non-academic, applied jobs.
If you are interested in bringing your human-centered training to this ever-evolving field, peep this free public resource to learn about the experiences of your disciplinary peers in anthropology, sociology, psychology, history, linguistics, sociology, library & information sciences, and social work.
Compiled over several years, it contains a curated list of almost 100 articles, podcasts, webinar recordings, and other resources that provide insight into this community of practice. Plus a ton of general resources on UXR and industry careers.
FREE to you - just put $0 for the amount, unless you would like to throw a couple bucks my way to support my work!
After your order is complete, you will receive a link to view this file via Google Docs.