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The scout's experience

The dscout Diary researcher experience was redesigned with the launch of Mission parts. Research studies are now capable of being divided up into parts, missions don’t have to be analyzed separately, they’re a part of a whole. I updated the Scout experience for Android, working alongside our design director,...

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Managing research participants

In the new Diary tool, researchers can manage scouts throughout all parts of the project inside “Manage.” Objective Allow researchers to keep track of, and manage the progress of scouts in a mission. Key results Researchers quickly communicate with and see the mission progress of...

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The new Diary study analysis

The new dscout Diary launched in Q4 of 2017. For a year, we worked on a new researcher experience. Projects are easier to run, conducting research and data analysis is faster. Historically, a researcher created a project that was made out of one or more missions. Often researchers wanted scouts...

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Launching a Diary study

The new Diary introduced mission parts. Before parts, researchers often had to break up their study into a few missions, making it hard for analysis of data across each mission. By dividing a mission into parts, now researchers can see the whole breadth of their research inside one mission. ...

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Inviting research participants to a project

The invites feature launched to facilitate the process of building and launching a research study with dscout. Our user research, prototyping, and testing, helped us gather the essential parts that researchers need to launch their project. With invites, we focused on the invitation of research participants to a researcher’s project....

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