User interviews are both an art and a science. Read on to learn about best practices from our User Researcher Ania.
Qualitative research analysis is a hefty task. To help make sense of your research, use tagging to organize your data.
How can you convince your boss or coworkers to take on better research practices? And why is this important? Read on to find out.
Paper prototypes are an awesome way to introduce research early in the design process. They’re cheap, useful, and testing them is actually kind of fun.
Recently, our Lead Developer Ross took some time to make some improvements to our pietrees and dendrograms. Check them out here.
Your participants in OptimalSort can leave comments, which allows you to get the most out of your remote card sorting studies.
Despite a fair amount of criticism, paper prototypes have become a popular tool used among researchers. Here, we explore this tool in more detail.
Small wording changes can impact your data in a big way. Make sure your questions are written correctly to get high quality results.
Our User Researchers have been listening to what users have had to say about Reframer — the newest addition to the Optimal Workshop family.
I’ve always wanted to get involved directly in the UX industry, and now I’ve found myself in the very middle of it. Read my journey — past, present and future!