Marvin

Marvin is a new way for product teams, consultants, startups, and researchers to conduct, organize and analyze user interviews. Built on top of Zoom and telephony technology, Marvin incorporates real-time annotations and insights, creates a repository of all user interview data, and makes it dead simple for your wider team to access, collaborate and share. Just imagine all your user knowledge in one single place, elevating the voice of the customer by turning qualitative data into usable information.

Design User-Centric Products with Marvin

Great product design is not possible without great research. Marvin is a qualitative data platform that makes it super simple for teams to collaborate, gather user feedback and uncover interesting insights. Get the most out of your research with Marvin.

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Rosenfeld Media Interviews Prayag Narula, Co-founder and CEO of Marvin

We asked Prayag Narula, some questions that get at the heart of why they’re passionate about enterprise design, what it’s like to work at Marvin, and what makes their products and services special to enterprise professionals.

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Designers are the driving force in today’s user research landscape. In this workshop, Prayag Narula, CEO & Co-Founder of Marvin, will discuss how good design is a competitive advantage that enhances the customer experience when you embed research into your process. Learn how design teams can use the tools and methodologies of trained researchers so the whole company benefits from a collaborative and repeatable approach to research.

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Designers are the driving force in today’s user research landscape. In this workshop, Prayag Narula, CEO & Co-Founder of Marvin, will discuss how good design is a competitive advantage that enhances the customer experience when you embed research into your process. Learn how design teams can use the tools and methodologies of trained researchers so the whole company benefits from a collaborative and repeatable approach to research.