Bold Insight launched a global AI study in March 2023 that included: 24 multilingual interviews conducted with UX researchers in 19 countries, spanning 22 languages. 27 interviews in English with global UX researchers representing 24 countries. Our global study led us...
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Nohra has an interdisciplinary background in biomechanics, human performance, and science and technology studies. She brings enthusiasm and a spirit of curiosity to every project. Her research experience in a variety of industries has shaped her interests in medical device usability, human-machine teaming, and social systems of technology. Nohra holds a BS and MS in biomedical engineering from Drexel University.
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