Trigger evaluative and generative user research to create impact

Identify areas where improvements can be made and to implement changes that will result in better outcomes.

Feedback channels

With Usedge, engage feedback channels using our library tools like user tests, surveys, evaluations, customer feedbacks, and performance reviews.

Automated signals

Automate the inclusion of metrics like sales figures, customer satisfaction ratings, or customer loyalty reports in your product decisions.

Our goal at Usedge is to build a model that will integrate multiple sources as inputs to trigger qualitative user research and help understand your end-users interactions. In this way, innovation can be orientated in the right direction.”

Jason Brand
CEO, Usedge

Deploy faster

Enrich your user analysis through qualitative and quantitative inputs.

We help you uncover the mysteries of your innovation roadmap using data to inform decision-making and continuously monitoring performance, user impact.

  • Define your research objective

    For each workshop define the goal of the research initiative and what you're trying to achive.

  • Run your workshop sessions

    Select from our template library the type of exercise you would like to run wth your users or collaborators.

  • Create insight reports from user sessions

    Once your sessions are done, generate insights directly from your workshop sessions in a matter of clicks.

  • Highlight findings in the insights

    Use our highlighting system to organize your findings and state on the cluster to be assigned.

  • Connect external sources

    Connect your favorite user feedback tools and set rules to create automated insight reports from these sources.

  • Confront qualitative and quantitative data

    Compare the inputs from qualitative and quantitativa data to define your next research tracks and project innovations.

What benefits for comparing qualitative and quantitative data?

Comparing qualitative and quantitative data can provide several benefits, including triangulation, complementarity, enhancing the depth and breadth of analysis, more holistic understanding, and improving generalization. These benefits can ultimately lead to more rigorous and comprehensive research findings.