Systematically study the end
users to pinpoint pain points
Investigate your target market to lock down a product-market fit that would
sell, for sure.
Discover insights to guide educated design
Over the years of development with multiple partners, we have realized that products with amazing functionality fails to perform simply because they have not considered the needs of the user who use their product.
Finding the right product market fit is hard
In most cases, when building digital experiences, the organization overlooks and assumes what the user might need from the product. However, what you think the user need, in most cases, is not what the user actually need. A thorough research needs to be done in order to conclude whether your offering addresses the customer pain points effectively.


In this phase, we will outline the project scope and define goals of the research. Then prepare a comprehensive timeline of research execution.


Gather data through Usability Studies, Interviews, questionnaires and secondary methods to identify pain points of the users.


Analyse and understand why the data of the research is the way it is, and pin point the reasons for customer pain points.


The results of the research and the insights will be shared with you and further recommendations will be offered with regards to the research findings.


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Frequently Asked Questions

During UX research, the researcher will gain insight, establish facts, find problems, and reach new conclusions. By following a specific methodology, a UX researcher will come to understand the users’ needs and identify how a product, service, or software can meet those needs. This information can be used in product development or design.

It’s a myth that user research is costly and time-consuming. Nowadays, users are more comfortable meeting virtually than ever, and new tools are popping up every day to help your research effort. Out of all, recruiting users can be the most expensive part of the research process, depending on how many people you need and how specialized of an audience they are based on the requirement of the product.

User research provides an essential foundation for design strategy. It helps you to create an optimal product for users. Most importantly, you’ll have the data to back your strategy and design decisions. User research also helps you to identify early adopters who would use your product.

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