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How UX Researchers Can 4X Their Usability Test Response Rates With Userpilot

Userpilot

Usability testing is an invaluable resource for UX researchers…but only if you’re able to recruit participants in the first place. This is a problem that our own UX researcher at Userpilot, Lisa, faced when she tried recruiting participants the traditional way. Recruiting usability test participants via email.

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Maximizing Insights by Leveraging the Benefits of Integrating Market Research and User Research

The Product Coalition

Leveraging the benefits of combining these two approaches, companies can maximize their insights and make data-driven decisions that are grounded in real-world understanding. Market research focuses on understanding consumer behavior and preferences in order to inform marketing strategies and business decisions.

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Generative vs Evaluative Research Methods: A Breakdown

Userpilot

Generative vs evaluative research methods are two techniques for conducting user research when managing your product. Both UX research methods are different but provide valuable insights to help your product development process.

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UX Research Process: A Step-By-Step Framework

Userpilot

What is the UX research process? It also outlines a 9-step guide on how to conduct UX research for product managers and UX designers. TL;DR The UX research process is a sequence of steps to collect and analyze data on user interactions with the product to better understand their needs and preferences.

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The 5 Product Discovery Secrets Every PM Should Know

Speaker: Jim Morris, Founder, Product Discovery Group

How can a Product team find that next big idea? It turns out that even ordinary product teams can discover extraordinary ideas. By using the Product Discovery Cycle, teams can find new ideas, understand customer pain points, and test solutions quickly and cheaply.

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Customer Feedback is Product Management

Ronke PM

Table of Contents What is Customer Feedback? Why is Customer Feedback Important? Types of Customer Feedback Final Thoughts Customer feedback provides cross-functional teams with confirmation that they are on the right path, which leads to the development of products that bring value to customers.

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Close-Ended Questions – How to Get Quality Insights for Your Customer Feedback

Usersnap

Learning about your customers’ needs is sometimes like being a 1-person paddle boat upstream. When you need to get a large amount of data quickly and easily, one of the best approaches to gather customer feedback data is using closed-ended questions. They’re also the most convenient surveying method for your customers.

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Knowing What Products Not to Build: A Case Study With NBC Universal

Knowing what not to build is just as important as what to build when it comes to product development. Learn how NBC Universal saved millions by knowing what not to build and created a more cohesive customer experience with Feedback Loop.