User Interviews

User Interviews is the fastest and easiest way to recruit participants for research. Get insights from any niche within our pool of over 850,000 participants through “Recruit” or build and manage your own panel with “Research Hub,” the first CRM built for researchers. Our tools make your sourcing, screening, scheduling, messaging, incentive payouts, and all aspects of research recruiting simpler. User Interviews is free to start and affordable to scale as your research needs grow.

So Meta: Doing User Research at a UXR Company with Roberta Dombrowski of User Interviews

What does it take to build a research practice from the ground up? User Interviews’s VP of User Research, Roberta Dombrowski, talks about her experience moving from an IC to a leadership role, what she’s learned from talking to researchers all day, the importance of ReOps, and more.

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How to Track the Impact of Your UX Research

Tracking the impact of your UX research can help you build confidence in yourself as a professional, improve process efficiencies and research infrastructure, demonstrate the value of research to stakeholders, and more. Learn how to define impact for your team, measure outcomes, and keep a record of your success.

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Rosenfeld Media Interviews Roberta Dombrowski, VP of User Research at User Interviews

We asked Roberta Dombrowski, VP of User Research at User Interviews some questions that get at the heart of why they’re passionate about research, what it’s like to work at User Interviews, and what makes their products and services special to research and researchops professionals.

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Research is for everyone. User research is about connecting with customers, and learning from them to make better decisions for them, and for your business. Everyone in an organization can and should benefit from that. But that doesn’t mean everyone is a researcher. In this session we’ll cover:

  • How to identify the right stakeholders for your research
  • How to get different kinds of collaborators involved in your research
  • How to make sure your research is being used and making an impact
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Everyone is talking about democratization of research–distribution of research across teams. That’s not new. The conversation has shifted from whether to democratize, to how, and how much. In this panel we’ll talk about different approaches to holding on, and letting go, to UXR in an org. We’ll cover:

  • Pros and cons of different approaches
  • Lessons learned the hard way
  • How to think about a model that works for your org

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Research is for everyone. User research is about connecting with customers, and learning from them to make better decisions for them, and for your business. Everyone in an organization can and should benefit from that. But that doesn’t mean everyone is a researcher. In this session we’ll cover:

  • How to identify the right stakeholders for your research
  • How to get different kinds of collaborators involved in your research
  • How to make sure your research is being used and making an impact