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Moderating a Session

The next stage of development in Foundations of UX: Usability Testing is Moderating a Session. This section covers The moderator’s role, Think-aloud protocol and minimal questions and Session wrap-up: Participant questions, thanks, and gratuity.


How do we respond to being thanked, patronizingly, uncomfortably or sincerely?

Post by Tirumalai Kamala:

How do we respond when someone thanks us? “You’re welcome”, “No problem”, “No worries”, “It was nothing”, “de nada”, “Don’t mention it”, “It’s ok”, “Sure”, “Of course”, “Anytime”, “My pleasure”. 316 more words


Photo: #thankyou for the #birthday #wishes!

Dearest family & friends,

Thank you for the birthday wishes!
I feel so privileged to have you all in my life.




Sometimes I forget everything in life and focus on the negatives, but when I take all the negatives away and remember someone else is probably having a worse day than me, I realize how many things I take for granted and forget. 124 more words



I am beyond ecstatic. I got asked to do a guest post and I think it went shockingly well! This is the second time my words have been on someone’s blog, and I am so happy that others like what I have to say. 212 more words


Thank you!

I continue to be amazed at all who visit and make their presence known with offering likes and re-blogging some of my writing. Much love I give on this glorious Sunday afternoon! 16 more words


Wow! This many actually have liked something I said?

“You’ve received 1,337 likes on Random Writings on the Bathroom Wall”

How did that happen?  Be still my heart.  I didn’t know this was an actual milestone or WordPress achievement.  18 more words

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Opinionated Man reblogged this on HarsH ReaLiTy and commented:

Great milestone to reach! A very nice award! I love those WordPress notifications; I think they are great motivation! -OM Note: Comments disabled here, please visit their post.