Carl Pearson

Staff Quantitative UX Researcher @ Reddit
Human Factors PhD, 7 years experience as a UX researcher impacting product teams
United States of America Active last month
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$300 / month

Best for leveling up methods, reviewing work, or navigating workplace dynamics and growth.

2 calls per month (45min/call)

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Expect responses in 3-4 days

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I’m an experienced industry UX researcher with a PhD in human factors psychology. I currently work at Reddit as a staff quantitative UX researcher, with previous experience at Meta, UserZoom, and Red Hat.

I am a mixed-methods researcher by training, with projects ranging from generative personas to usability measurement best practices. Currently, I focus on impacting product teams through quantitative methods, but continue to lead others in executing qualitative UX research projects.

I enjoy helping other researchers up-skill their methods and unblock their best work by assessing how to navigate stakeholders and product team structures.

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