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Lynnette S. Van Dyke
The Power of Artifacts
Creativity in 10 Minutes or Less!
Ideation and The Hero's Journey
The power of a holiday shopping list and Buyer Personas
"This blog is (like) ___ because ___."
The Power of DIWO (do-it-with-others)
Digital Storytelling in Qualitative Research
When do you take the show on the road?
Kickin' it Right from the Start
Beyond boundaries with B2B respondents
7 Tips for UX Testing You Can't Afford to Ignore
and the Competitive Arena
IAmAMR: Ask Me Anything
Make a Splash with Mind Mapping
The Art of Customer Visits
How do you stack up against the competition?
Looking for Breakthrough Ideas?
Game On: Personification in Action
Cognitive Interviewing and the High School Reunion
Blogging as a Research Tool
When Words Fail, Well-Chosen Stimuli can Deliver
Lost in Translation
How Magazine Ads Help You Make the Right Purchase Decision
The Green Glow
Snow Globes and Ethnography
Vice President, Principal
Mobile Ethnography Made Easy
Writing High-Impact Reports
The Elusive "Trusted Advisor" Role
Where have all the pre-tests gone?
11 Things Worth Repeating from the Customer Experience Summit
The Customer Experience in Business Markets
Content is King
Time - Your customer's enemy; Your biggest opportunity
Becoming Agile: Better, Faster, Cheaper
Becoming Agile: Not your father's marketing research...
Becoming Agile: A time to ponder
Personas are a Fad. Not Really.
Segmentation… A researcher's journey
B2B Panels… Yes, you can use them!
Disciplined to Succeed
Up, Up and Away
Paint by Numbers
Breakfast and the Principle of Allocation
A Nerd Like Me