Article by Jason Stockwell, Digital Insight Lead at People for Research

When we think about user research, one of the first questions we’re often faced with is “qual or quant?”. Why is it this way? …

Why startups struggle to get UX right the first time + Data sampling collection types and when to use them + PFR shortlisted for Oppies 2021 + more

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Article by Jason Stockwell, Digital Insight Lead at People for Research

Quick disclaimer before we start: Data sampling is simple, it is the method in which we choose a sample group of participants to take part in research. …

With the 17th May roadmap milestone right around the corner, it feels like the UK is getting ready to get back to normality.

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We have run a series of surveys during the pandemic focusing on mental health, physical health and people’s behaviour, to try and better understand how people are…

How to encourage participation during research + Getting started with statistics for UX + 10 key takeaways from our latest UX industry survey + more

It’s made headlines in the last couple of weeks, here’s what is going wrong with the UK Disability survey and what best practice would look like.

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The media caught wind of a massive issue this week, after the UK Disability…

Remote research webinar + The best way to communicate roadmap status + Gamification in UX design + more

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Not all card sorts are the same. In this article, Jason Stockwell breaks down the differences and the benefits of each card sort type.

By Jason Stockwell, Insights Marketing Manager at People for Research

We’re reaching a stage where people are starting to wonder what a post-pandemic world will look like. …

Celebrating this year’s World Usability Day with some insightful articles from Medium around the topic of human-centred artificial intelligence, 2020’s topic.

The hype around artificial intelligence has, for quite a long time, been a mix of excitement over innovation, technological advancements and new possibilities, and fear that humans will lose control of the technology they create.

The topic will be celebrated during this year’s World Usability Day, which will look to…

Conducting user research in lockdown + Making user recruitment & research more accessible + more

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