2019 is all about nailing our core and scaling to become the obvious user research platform for businesses. Read on to learn about what we’re focusing on to make that a reality.
12 months ago, Dovetail was a brand new product with a handful of features and users. Now we have hundreds of happy customers and thousands of active users. Here’s our year in review.
It’s important to understand the difference between qualitative and quantitative research, especially if you’re new to the field. This article covers the key differences in simple terms.
A basic overview of how to analyze qualitative data in layman’s terms, and offer a few suggestions on how to get better insights from open-ended survey questions, while making your life easier.
Finding, incentivizing, and managing research participants is one of the most involved aspects of qualitative research, and is often under-estimated. This guide gives you some pointers to make recruitment a breeze!
This week we released our new project access controls to give users more control over who can view and edit projects. This feature is available now for customers on all plans except our Starter plan.
Learn how sentiment analysis works in basic terms and discover a few practical examples of when sentiment analysis is useful or not in this practical guide for beginners.
Search all of your notes, tags, insights, and highlights. Refine your results with our powerful new query language, released today.
Drag and drop images, audio, video, and other file types into notes, tags, and insights in Dovetail.
This article lists a range of qualitative research methods. Each method is linked to an article with more information if you’d like to learn more about a particular qualitative research method.
In Dovetail, we analyze the sentiment of sentences, rather than a roll-up of the whole document. This allows for much more granularity, and highlights core pain points or compliments hidden in the document.
This week we launched our brand new charts which help designers, product managers, and researchers combine the power of Dovetail’s qualitative tagging with a quantitative visualization over time.
A diary study is a qualitative research method used to learn about people’s behaviors, thoughts, and feelings over a period of time.
This guide introduces common marketing channels that help to drive traffic to your website, like social media, content marketing, SEO, paid advertising, referrals, and more.
We’ve collaborated with Zapier to provide a great embedded experience to connect hundreds of apps to Dovetail.
Dovetail has been awarded a $25,000 Minimum Viable Product grant from Jobs for NSW in Sydney, Australia. We’re putting this funding towards a product development investment in automated analysis features.
Speeding up your marketing website has a positive impact on customer experience and search ranking. That’s exactly what I did this week and in this post I’ll show you how!
The ‘tick-tock model’ was an approach used by Intel to alternate between improvement and innovation every 12–18 months.
Kevin William David from Siftery.com interviewed me to talk about Dovetail, how we’re different, and some of our challenges. This post originally appeared on siftery.com and is re-published here with their permission.
If everything’s going well and your startup is still alive, at some point you will need to monetise. This article covers some of the lessons we’ve learned trying to monetise our MVP.
A write-up of my experience finding a co-founder, going full time, and ‘pivoting’ the product.
Compromising is part of product design, and often the compromise is cutting scope. Cutting scope is better than compromising on quality. (Quality being defined as design, usability, stability, and performance.)
If you are building a startup then you have an idea. Ideas are usually formed by observing a problem, whether it’s one that you have, or a problem someone else has.
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