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Finding, incentivizing, and managing research participants is one of the most logistically involved aspects of qualitative research.
Analysis gets a bit more complicated if you’re creating surveys with open-ended questions. Analyzing this sort of data is called qualitative data analysis or QDA for short.
Qualitative data and quantitative data serve different purposes. One tells you what and the other tells you why. Learn how to work with both in this guide.
A UX diary study is a longitudinal, qualitative research method used to learn about people’s behaviors, thoughts, and feelings over time.
Text messaging (SMS) is a simple way to get qualitative data for ethnographers, user researchers, and market researchers.
This guide is offers a high-level overview of various marketing channels you can experiment with to drive traffic to your website.
You have an idea for a startup, but you’re not sure whether it’s a great one. Learn what questions to ask and how to use research techniques to validate your ideas.