We've been working hard on a fresh new look and features for our qualitative research tool Reframer. Learn more about them here!
Qualitative research analysis is a hefty task. To help make sense of your research, use tagging to organize your data.
We've added a few things to the way you create, use and manage tags in Reframer. Read on to learn more!
Research and design has changed over time, thanks to technology. Read on to find out how to do better research for design with Optimal Workshop and MURAL.
We recently invited a number of our researchers to complete a survey in order to develop a wider snapshot of how people use our tools.
We've enabled a new feature for Chalkmark that allows you to set one or more correct areas to new and existing surveys. Check it out here!
Reframer allows you to import all of your observations and give them a new home, meaning you won't ever lose track of your old notes again.
This post makes suggestions for practitioners as part of observing users during UX interviews.
We think you’ll have fun with this new feature, but above all, we hope it enables you to get your tagging consistent and thus refine your results.
I've created two new data visualizations for your Reframer projects.