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5 Strategies to Minimize Expert User Bias

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When designing products that require skill and training to use, such as medical devices, seeking input from expert users is crucial. Their experience and perspective help ensure the device meets the needs of users (and patients). But what if we told you that relying on experts could actually make your product worse? Join researchers David Hoberman and Levi Warvel for an exploration of the paradox of expertise in medical device development in this thirty-minute webinar.

Date: Thursday, July 12th

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