This 2-minute video by Dr. Amy Chan et al. explains co-design using an illustrated example – what co-design is, why it is important and how to use co-design in the research projects that you do. Here at Just Ask Users, we want to include you in a co-design initiative. We want to “let the users…
A boy who suffered from food allergy needed a well-known antihistamine medication that enabled people to save him in critical moments of his life. That product had way too complicated instructions for use. Watch how this boy and his mother co-designed a much better solution that could possibly save his life.
Affinity diagramming is a good method for making sense of data. Not after a usability test, however. Save time and a lot of sticky notes with this modern method.
New features in our app in February: Photo upload via Dropbox, observations backed by evidence, one free multi-study project in the trial version, and more. Discover the product that supports your UX research work!
People should read your carefully prepared UX research report, right? UX researchers, relax: This post shows you what to do when they don’t!
Serena Dorrestijn, UX designer and researcher from the Netherlands, shares good ways to explain the importance of doing proper UX research.
New features in our app in August: From studies, observations and themes to even better onboarding, and more. Discover the insights you need to succeed!
Make sense of pages of verbal transcript, hundreds of pictures and several hours of video footage that you have produced in your user research sessions.
You want to boost your research team’s performance? Three superpowers will help your UX research team to regain energy and get their research project done.
We make improvements to our UX research app “Just Ask Users” every single day. Here’s a recap at the end of the month to share with you all of the new bells and whistles in Just Ask Users.