When a remote moderated testing approach makes sense
Moderated means you can hear your participants' spoken-out-loud thoughts, while diving even deeper by asking them ad hoc questions in the moment.
The joy of testing remotely is that you and your participant can do this from anywhere. Not only does it save money, time, and resources, you can access niche, hard-to-find participants who may not live in your area.
This is why the ability to conduct remote moderated studies is so important - you get all the quality insights without anybody having to travel!
In this guide, you'll learn:
- The benefits of conducting moderated research
- The differences between in-person and remote moderated
- The 10 steps to conducting successful remote moderated research
- FAQs on conducting remote moderated studies