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Abby D’Lugin

UX Researcher

Abby draws from years of research in the healthcare domain. She enjoys taking advantage of her creative background to help clients improve usability and overall design. Abby has a BS in Psychology with a minor in Studio Arts from James Madison University and a MS in Human Factors from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.

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Something unique about you summed up in one sentence:

I come from a Brady Bunch family with two step brothers the exact same age as me and my sister.

Your favorite city in the world is...and why?

Lisbon because it is so beautiful and lively, like no other place I have ever been.

In your spare time (or if you had spare time), you would absolutely do this:

Travel as much as possible.

Share an interesting fact or a special skill:

I have a passion for art. It's a huge hobby for me!

Your ultimate celebrity dinner party guest list would include...

David Levy, Dylan O'Brien, Melissa McCarthy, and Jennifer Lawrence.

You cannot start the day without doing this:

Snoozing my alarm at least twice.

What would be your most valuable zombie apocalypse skill?

My black belt karate skills from when I was 12 years old.

What fictional family would you like to join?

The Roses from Schitt's Creek.
Read Abby's bold insights
September 19, 2023

Our global AI study taught us a lot, including that human translators are still key to quality translation and the research it supports.

August 31, 2023

Speech technology helps UX researchers bridge linguistic and cultural barriers. Effective use, however, depends on balancing the roles of humans and tech.

August 18, 2023

Generative AI can speed up repetitive research tasks, but it’s still hard to trust each output. Our global AI study measures the concrete impact.

June 27, 2023

China and the European Union are regulating AI ethics. The mandate for medtech design teams: build AI-powered products that meet ethics standards and inspire user trust.


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