Sr UX Researcher

Bangkok, Thailand
Posted on:
June 29, 2022

Usability studies are an Applause core service offering where we provide use feedback and UX studies to our customers. There is an upcoming onsite study at our client's Bangkok, Thailand office on Wednesday, July 20th, and we are currently looking for a local Sr UX researcher who is a bilingual native/English speaker

In this role, you may be leading and collaborating on moderated sessions, and likely be responsible to consolidate insights into a report/delivery to client stakeholders.

Role: Sr UX Researcher

Location: Bangkok, Thailand

Language: Native speaker; able to communicate effectively in English

Duration: 1 day onsite including follow-up debriefing and report presentation

Capacity: Estimate up to 20 hours total commitment


  • Defining, planning and conducting user research
  • Delivering compelling insights to the Product and Design teams
  • Providing actionable feedback to guide Product and Design decisions
  • Developing, innovating and evangelizing user research best practices


  • 3+ years in a Usability Research role or relevant professional experience
  • Bachelor's Degree in Human Computer Interaction, Psychology, related field or similar work experience
  • Broad experience in qualitative research methods, especially remote and unmoderated methods
  • Comfortable with metrics; able to synthesize quantitative data with qualitative user research
  • Proficiency in planning, scoping, conducting, analyzing and communicating research
  • Effective communicator able to work in native language and English
  • Very collaborative with a demonstrated ability to work effectively in a dynamic and creative environment

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