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Unfiled. Edited by John Waterworth 9 days ago
In the past we used this wiki to help us develop guidance for user researchers.
220 days ago
Unfiled. Edited by Will Myddelton 220 days ago
We do a lot of phone interviews at GDS. They are a great way to quickly get some high-level qualitative insights. 'Paired phone interviewing' is something we are trying out as a way to:
  • involve your team in a phone interview (user research is a team sport)
  • add extra questions to the interview as it evolves
  • get technical help if the topic of the interview includes specialist terms or acronyms
380 days ago
Unfiled. Edited by Jane Reid 380 days ago
To design government services that work well for people, achieve the goals of government, and make best use of taxpayers money, you need a deep understanding of your users’ needs.
380 days ago
Unfiled. Edited by Jane Reid 380 days ago
All about user needs:
481 days ago
Unfiled. Edited by James Buller 481 days ago
For user research we focus on the access need rather than the condition. However, for recruitment screener purposes we focus on the condition first. The following example screeners can be adapted to suit your project and used for participant recruitment.

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