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Running a diary study with dscout

The new dscout Diary launched at the end of 2017. We built a new core researcher experience that improves how projects run in dscout. With the redesign, we facilitated the experience of conducting research and data analysis. Historically, a researcher would create a project that was made out of one...

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dscout mission invites

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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dscout mission testing

Before launching their research project, researchers now can make sure they have crafted a good mission, and ensure they can get to insightful answers. All of this is now capable by using the “Test” feature inside the Mission Builder. Why test? Before we used to let researchers invite five...

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Paying as you launch a project with dscout

At dscout, we offer three kinds of project plans for researchers: DIY Projects: Users pay as they go a fee of $295 for launching a mission. DIY projects require users to keep a credit card on file that is automatically charged upon launching a mission. DIY is our most...

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Threadless Artist Shops earnings

I designed a proposal for an upcoming earnings dashboard, where shop owners can see a summary of their sales activity. Objective Display a digestable summary of data about a shop owner’s sales Shop earnings I researched different analytics dashboards from different product companies that conduct online...

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