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Digital News – September 2020

Here is a bit of reading for the start of the school year!
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For this month of September 2020,

we are happy to share some articles that we particularly liked. We will discuss techno and design in any particular order!

Here is a bit of reading for the start of the school year!

Improve your surveys and questionnaires

Caroline Jarrett, survey specialist and author, joins this episode of UX Podcast. Among other things, she discusses the steps to answer a question, capturing data, common errors in surveys and how to study answers.

Listen on UX Podcast.

Budget and agility in times of uncertainty

Most planning and budgeting processes are frustrating. Promises of visionary transformations that quickly give way to tedious models, endless financial forecasting, bargaining over targets and the struggle for resources… Businesses have the opportunity to make a clean break this year as the pandemic requires a more agile approach.

To discover on HBR.

How does AI affect UX research and UX design?

In this short video, Jakob Nielsen answers the question! He discusses how developments in machine learning, among others, are disrupting research and design methods in user experience.

Watch it on NNGroup.

Collaborative technologies and value creation

Can companies create value through collaborative platforms and technologies? Find out how the importance of collaboration between ecosystems dramatically increases the rise of a networked approach in technologie.

To read on Forbes.

Some trends for fall

Popular skills, gender parity, the five attributes of high-performance teams … Discover the trends that everybody is talking about this fall in entrepreneurship according to the magazine Gestion.

To consult here.


UX, agility and collaborative technologies … these September 2020 readings are sure to kick off your fall! To subscribe to our newsletter, go here.