Handrail is a collaborative research tool that helps your team plan, collect, analyze, and share user research, all in one place. Save time, involve everyone, and stay organized with Handrail.
Creating a taxonomy is an essential step in curating existing research and keeping it well organized so that you can respond effectively to questions like, “Have we ever done any research on…?” or “What do we know about…?”
Getting started with a centralized research repository can lay the foundation for your team to get organized and out of research debt. Check out this webinar from the team over at Handrail for practical steps to get started.
Don’t worry. You’re not the only one. Lots of organizations struggle with research that is stored in multiple locations in a variety of formats. It makes existing research difficult or impossible to find. If you’re thinking about moving to a centralized research repository, prepare for the move by taking stock of what you already have.
We asked Sean McKay, Ceo and Founder of Handrail, some questions that get at the heart of why they’re passionate about enterprise design and design operations, what it’s like to work at Handrail, and what makes their products and services special to enterprise professionals.
Grab your coffee and join the Handrail team to chat about planning research and managing participants.
Join the Handrail team for an overview of how their platform helps enterprise teams succeed with research at scale.
Grab your coffee and join the Handrail team to chat about the challenges of data collection and carrying out different research methods.
Grab your coffee and join the Handrail team to chat about how distributed teams can collaborate on analyzing data from user research.
Join the Handrail team for a look at how their research management platform helps enterprise teams collaborate remotely.
Grab your coffee and join the Handrail team to chat about engaging stakeholders and socializing research in your organization.