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DIY Recruiting for User Research: The B&B Model

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Colleen is a User Experience Researcher at GA in New York. 

Recruiting for user research takes time and close attention to detail. It could easily be compared to running a bed and breakfast with users similar to houseguests. Here at GA, we use a few different do-it-yourself methods, but my recipe for recruiting always includes the user, preparation, organization and a little dash of hospitality.

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#HackTheHolidays, Day 3: The GA Ornament

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From tree-trimming to gift-giving, ornaments are a staple item of the holiday season. However, this time of year, shopping for them can put a strain on your wallet and patience. Avoid the lines and stress while adding a hand-made touch with GA ornaments. We’ve included everything you need to create your very own seasonal decorations. Simply print, construct, and display. These ornaments should yield 15-27% more holiday cheer when used appropriately. Enjoy.

Download yours here.

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