Danyel Rios Printz
Sr. User Experience Researcher
Qualitative Interviewing: Uncovering insights while maintaining your sanity
Friday, 9 November 2018, at 8:30 AM
Grounded in ethnographic field methods, critical medical anthropology, human centered design, and design thinking, Danyel Rios Printz & Becca Danna share their methods for uncovering valuable insights while preventing burnout in this workshop on Qualitative Interview Methods. Learn from things that have worked and things that didn’t go quite so well from their combined 18 years of experience in research. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in discussions and exercises on empathy, physical and psychological safety; and, of course, practice those interviewing methodologies both in the classroom and outside with real humans!
Danyel is an anthropologist and user researcher who is passionate about bringing empathy, understanding, and action to product and design strategy. She is currently a Senior User Experience Researcher at Google working on enterprise and account management products. Prior to joining Google, Danyel lead UX Research at Ancestry and AncestryDNA exploring the intersection between technology, biology, family history, and identity.
Danyel has a background in Applied Medical Anthropology from The University of North Texas. She currently lives in Redmond, WA with her family where they enjoy hiking with the dogs, playing outside in the rain, and generally being nerdy together.
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