How to Screen Research Participants

by William Hudson | | 7 min read
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Finding the right participants is crucial for gathering user research.

We usually need to do research with participants having a particular set of needs or experience. In this short video, you will find out about the basic need for screening and how we make sure that we have suitably qualified participants in our studies.

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