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Successful participant onboarding is a crucial step in running a diary study. Read on for five steps for effective onboarding: establishing processes, internal testing, progress tracking, time allocation, and consideration of global factors.
A summary of the day’s research findings helps teams to stay aligned, drives report outcomes, and ensures stakeholder goals are top of mind.
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...
Unlock valuable insights by creating engaging environments, maximizing participation, and uncovering the genuine perspectives of young users.
Instead of a top-down, one-size-fits-all approach to research, collaboration between manufacturers and human factors research teams can create trusted partnerships and a focus on designing valuable products.
By being thoughtful of the research process and unique needs of participants, researchers can champion inclusion of those with accessibility needs in research, resulting in better designed products.
Consider rolling research for increased efficiency and continuity in your product development process.
Update research and design practices to increase gender diversity; data from research that encompasses all genders is more reflective of real-world users.
Choose an experienced research partner to avoid privacy pitfalls that can derail successful data collection.
A successful global project starts with understanding and planning for logistical challenges.
Prepare for a successful global study by allocating additional time to strategize localization and translation.
Understanding and accounting for common challenges is the first step in collecting high quality data during global research.
Gathering quality data during remote sessions begins with ensuring participants are equally as comfortable as they would be during an in-person session.
Create a better website experience for your customers and improve your search visibility with insights gained through remote moderated testing.
Rethinking experiences: UX and human factors research can help companies develop safe, contactless designs
Explore early opportunities to create and refine a truly functional contactless experience for your customers, addressing new expectations in a changing world.
As the demand for app-based services grows, now may be the time to invest in UX research to identify needed improvements and enhancements.
A few key adjustments can help capture research data effectively and ensure the health of participants and team members.
Moderators should put themselves in the position of learning from the participant. Keeping a few tips in mind can facilitate this process and produce a more fruitful UX research session.
Care to share? UX considerations of the sharing economy for ridesharing, hospitality, and healthcare
The sharing economy, primarily based in digital platforms, is poised for companies to stand out by delivering exceptional user experiences.
With the thousands of projects managed over the years, we feel like we’ve “seen it all.” While rare, in spite of the amount of preparation and planning, sometimes things don’t go as expected.
To successfully execute on-the-road driver experience research, it’s important to account for factors unique to the driving environment, such as the route or geographic location.
During a recent study, we asked participants how long they thought they would have to speak in order for their voice to be uniquely recognized (i.e., voice print). While their estimates varied widely - from 30 seconds to 30 minutes - most people said about three to...
A stronger recruiting strategy that includes relationships with patient support groups and clinical treatment centers can provide better access to difficult-to-reach patient populations. Being intentional about how you plan the logistics of your human factors and user research can mitigate risks to validity introduced by biases.
Selecting the correct vendors to support your UX project is critical to success. From facilities to recruiting, knowing the right questions to ask, budget constraints, and client needs and expectations will make the selection process smooth and painless.
Healthcare symposium provides clarity for interpretation of FDA guidance documents related to human factors engineering.
User research and user-centered design are inseparable. We are quarterbacks. We don’t like to run.