How to Combine Experience Design and Consumer Insights Approaches to Get Deeper, Faster Insights

Posted on March 28, 2019 by Monika Wingate

For some time, organizations have used experience design (XD) research to help sculpt processes, services, events, and products that customers would interact with. This kind of research focuses on the quality of each experience and the context surrounding how people experience it. 

10 Ways You Can Drive Faster Decisions with Market Research Technology

Posted on January 12, 2018 by Monika Wingate

Effective online research techniques are changing drastically thanks to the evolution of technology and the power it affords today’s agencies, brand managers, and product developers—as well as the way it enables consumers to easily connect with brands.

How Agile Agencies Help Innovative Companies

Posted on July 18, 2017 by Monika Wingate

Today’s top performing businesses understand that markets and customer preferences are constantly changing. In order to succeed, they need to be able to pivot on a dime, and they expect their business partners and the agencies they work with to have the same capabilities.

Get Nimble: How to Drive Innovation & Creative Team Alignment

Posted on June 07, 2017 by Monika Wingate

Important problems and great solutions don’t exist without customers. That’s because customers are the ultimate arbiter of whether organizations have products and services that are worth their time, effort, and money. 

Iterative Insights: Decide & Take Action Fast

Posted on May 16, 2017 by Monika Wingate

The pace of change seems to be growing exponentially everywhere you look. Companies striving to remain relevant to consumers need to be prepared. Iterative InsightsSM enable you to do just that.

How Iterative Insights Helps Market Researchers Be More Effective

Posted on May 01, 2017 by Monika Wingate

Does this sound familiar?  Your team asks for a research study to evaluate some new products, features, services, ad campaigns, and the like. The research results weren’t what the team expected, and you even uncovered some new issues or maybe some opportunities.  When you present the results back to the team they seem interested in the findings. But ultimately the research isn’t acted upon. 

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