Work

Screening for research participants

You can’t run research projects in dscout without participants. With the tool Recruit, researchers can screen for, and find the best research participants. We’ll be focusing on the screening process after a Screener is programmed and launched. Choosing your scouts Screener answers, or applications, help researchers find participants. Screeners...

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Analyzing open-ended questions

The Diary team launched a new Analysis tab with improvements that give researchers the ability to quantify data from open-ended answers. Close-ended answers can be easier to quantify in charts, like the data seen in Summary. Brief Researchers are able to make meaningful data patterns from answers to open-ended...

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Onboarding researchers

The dscout researcher platform did not have onboarding for new users. New researchers logged in for the first time, and arrived at an empty blank project. Brief We worked on an onboarding experience for new researchers on the dscout web platform. The project’s goal was for the home to...

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Making a home, and a new project page

We designed and launched a home for the dscout web app. The app lacked a clear home, researchers upon logging in would arrive at the last active project. First time researchers would arrive at an empty first project, which was a confusing experience. I was lead designer and Scrum Master...

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Adding collaborators to a project

Adding collaborators didn’t used to be a clear experience. There was lots of fine print on the modal, and it was hard to tell when people were succesfully added to a project. Objective Re-design the experience of adding collaborators to a project. Key result The...

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