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A new way to organize your studies

Our new feature to help you organize your studies in a way that makes sense to you will be rolled out soon. Read about the research we did to create...

The FAQs of UX Agony Aunt

Over the years, UX Agony Aunt has heard all types of questions from UXers around the globe. Here's a list of some of the more frequent ones.

Capture the context: Pro tips for user interviews

Words are important in user interviews, but so are things happening in the environment. Here are a few things to keep in mind for your next interview.

NPS® and Likert items added to question types

After the release of our online survey tool Questions, we heard you'd like more variety in the types of questions we offered. Now you can use Likerts...

New feature: Category card limits

We're excited to announce a brand new feature for closed and hybrid card sorts in OptimalSort: category card limits! Read on to find out more.

How to build rapport in a user interview

Building rapport with a research participant can be a big challenge for interviewers. Read on for some tips on how to make your interviewee feel more...

5 lessons user researchers can learn from a longtime interviewee

Want to learn how to be a better user interviewer? Check out this feedback from a long time interviewee for some tips to keep in mind during your...

13 time-saving tips and tools for conducting great user interviews

User interviews can take up a lot of time and cause stress for your team. Take some of the hassle out of your next session by using some of these...

Changing peer perspectives: The first step to designing better experiences

In order to create better experiences for your customers, your peers need to be in the same frame of mind for change. Read Nathan Shedroff's tips...

How can we reach internal users and get them excited about participating in user research?

Need to recruit participants for your user research from within your own company? Keep these tips from UX Agony Aunt in mind!