Research process

Every time you make a product decision you are placing a bet. You will never have complete certainty, but the more you learn the more confidence you will have - Erika Hall

The science of soundtracking your life, work, and UX research

Have you ever considered how music can transform your user research sessions? Diana discusses how we can use music’s power.

How to build a UX research role & practice from scratch

Are you the first UX researcher in your organisation? Or is it your first role as a UX researcher? Get inspired by this case study on how to define your role from scratch and spread the research mindset in your teams (templates included!).

How to make UX research accessible for neurodiverse professionals

There have been a lot of discussions in the UX research field about diversity and inclusion. But how inclusive is our field to UX professionals? Learn how UX research industry standards are harmful, and how can we change them to make our field accessible to neurodiverse UX professionals.

UX research prioritisation: Avoiding low impact projects

We went from creating appetite for research to juggling the overwhelming amount of requests. How can we spot the most promising projects? And identify those that risk having little impact? Learn about 5 steps to help you implement UX research prioritisation in your organisation.

Make Agile work for UX research impact

How can we effectively integrate UX research in Agile? How do we deal with aggressive timelines and lack of research buy-in from agile teams?

A 3-step guide for a better partnership with UXR stakeholders

How to effectively partner with UX research stakeholders? How do you get buy-in as a researcher? Check this practical guide including several templates to use for your research studies and stakeholder collaboration.

4 Mistakes I made as a UX researcher & how to avoid them

Have you ever done research without involving stakeholders? Or, taken all research requests from stakeholders? Learn practical tips on how to avoid these and other UX research mistakes.

10 Tips on how to get started with inclusive UX research practice

How to get started with inclusive UX research? Check out what we’ve learned from our speakers and experts at UXinsight Unfolds 2021 conference.

Collaboration for the Win! When Research Democratization becomes an Insights Bonanza

Opening a new product in a new market raised lots of questions. We needed to find answers, fast. Cue the Insights Bonanza!

UX Research Briefing Template

Figuring out what the research objective is, is a crucial part of preparing for a research project. This template helps you answer important questions before you start, so you can make your research project a success. Fill it out together with your team, clients and/or stakeholders.

How a chatbot can keep your participants more engaged

We all know examples of failing chatbots. However, under specific circumstances chatbots can be a useful method for UX research. Carmen van der Zwaluw shares her personal experience, the advantages of using chatbots and things to consider when using this method.

How to make your UX lab Corona-proof

Now that the measures in most countries are being relaxed, it is time to reopen your UX lab and meet your target audience in person again. But how do you facilitate safe research for everyone?

Motivations, desires and needs – is it possible to observe them online?

Is it possible to obtain enough useful insights with remote research? How can you be sure you’re not missing out on depth and nuance? What are the pros and cons of online generative research?

A practical tool for prioritising research questions – and ensuring that they don’t all end up in a usability test

As a UX researcher, you often have to answer questions like: ‘how much are participants willing to pay for our product?’ Or, ‘can you ask them to tell us more about what they want from us?’

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What is a research framework and why do we need one?

Matthew Godfrey explains why and how they adopted the Research Funnel framework introduced by Emma Boulton to structure and prioritise research questions.