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User Interviews

User Interviews is the fastest way to recruit user research participants. Our “Recruit” offering features a panel of over 400,000 participants across 7+ countries, and a wide range of demographics, professions, and interests. Tools like screener surveys, calendars, incentives, and messaging make recruiting from our audience easy. And you can use them to build your own Research CRM with “Research Hub,” free forever with up to 100 contacts!

Building and Managing a Participant Panel for Faster, Easier Research

A research panel is a must-have for organizations that regularly user test with their customers, or teams that need talk to the same people over a period of time.

Learn how to build your own panel with tips on recruiting participants, managing a panel, developing an incentive plan, and more.

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Rosenfeld Media Interviews Basel Fakhoury, CEO at User Interviews

We asked Basel Fakhoury, CEO and Co-founder, at User Interviews some questions that get at the heart of why they’re passionate about enterprise design, what it’s like to work at User Interviews, and what makes their products and services special to designops professionals.

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Participant recruitment is often regarded as the most difficult part of any design project. Oftentimes companies rely on recruiting agencies to handle finding participants. While there are some advantages to this approach, and cases where outsourcing is the best option, nowadays bringing research in-house can be simple, flexible, cost-effective, and fast.

During this session we’ll be diving into the top 5 benefits of bringing your recruitment efforts in house.

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Participant recruitment is often regarded as the most difficult part of any design project. Oftentimes companies rely on recruiting agencies to handle finding participants. While there are some advantages to this approach, and cases where outsourcing is the best option, nowadays bringing research in-house can be simple, flexible, cost-effective, and fast.

During this session we’ll be diving into the top 5 benefits of bringing your recruitment efforts in house.

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Research has to come together somewhere, happen somewhere, live somewhere, and—in order for it to have an impact on product—it has to be effectively shared somewhere.

There are more user research tools than ever, and choosing among them can be overwhelming. That’s why the team at User Interviews created the UXR Tools Map, along with a searchable database of over 200 user research tools. We’ll talk about the process behind creating the map, plus share insights and examples of how to create the best stack for your team, regardless of budget.