Survey: How Product Teams Manage Research Data

Hi there! We're investigating the different ways that product design teams work with user research data, how they collaborate, and the tools and methods they use to get their jobs done. 

Your input will help us form a good understanding of the diverse ways these teams work. 

All responses are strictly confidential. Contact: research@uxmastery.com
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YOUR ROLE & RESPONSIBILITES

First, tell us about the type of work you do.
 
What kind of role to you have?


 
What are the main activities you're involved in as part of your role?


 
YOUR TEAM & ORGANISATIONAL CONTEXT

Who you work with and how you collaborate.
 
Including yourself, how many people are in your immediate team?

These are people who share a direct manager with you, or who you collaborate with daily as part of your key tasks.

 
What roles exist in your immediate team?


 
How many people are employed at all locations of your organisation?


 
Which of the following best describes your product development process?


 
Who determines which tools your team uses for managing research data?

 
GATHERING DATA

The methods and tools your team uses to find and collect research data.
 
In the past 12 months, which key techniques has your team used for gathering research data, at any stage of the design cycle?

Consider how you capture, collect, discover or source data.
 
Which software, web-apps or manual tools did your team use to gather the data?

Name all the products, or provide URLs.
 
ANALYSING DATA

The tools and methods your team uses to find patterns and make sense of your data.
 
In the past 12 months, which key techniques has your team used for analysing research data?

Consider how you explore data, find patterns and conduct sensemaking activities.
 
Which software, web apps or manual tools did your team use to analyse the data?

Name all the products, or provide URLs.
 
Who has been directly involved in analysing your data?


 
UNIFYING & SHARING DATA

How your team aligns research and establishes a common vision.
 
What is the primary way you communicate research findings to your team and stakeholders?


 
Other than your immediate team, who else do you deliberately share your research findings with?


 
Have other people specifically asked to see your data, without your prompting?


 
What is your most significant challenge when sharing research findings?

 
In the past 12 months, which key techniques has your team used for unifying (combining) research data?

Consider how you store data, communicate and share findings, or incorporate it with previous research.
 
Which software, web apps or manual tools did your team use to unify (combine) the data?

Name all the products, or provide URLs.
 
What is the hardest thing about your current tools when combining new findings into existing research work?

 
We're almost done. Are there any comments or clarifications you'd like to add about your responses above?

 
Follow up

 
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May we contact you with follow-up questions or interview requests? *

     
 
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