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Stewart

Stewart is passionate about all things research. Designing studies, analyzing data, and moderating UX labs, IDIs and focus groups - Stew does it all. When not researching, Stewart chairs the leadership advisory team for the AMA's Professional Chapters Council, and enjoys trying new recipes and exploring the OKC food scene with his fiancee, Jade.
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03.25.2020

Visualizing Social Distancing Efforts

By now, we've all heard the importance of social distancing in the effort to contain COVID-19. But how well are Americans heeding this advice? Unacast, a company that specializes in human mobility...

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03.23.2020

COVID-19 Symptoms

 

We're all on high alert with the COVID-19 pandemic. With cold and flu season still in effect and spring allergy season coming into full bloom, it can be difficult to tell if your symptoms are...

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11.01.2019

The Great Likert Debate – Number of scale points (Part 1)

Likert scales, commonly known as rating scales, are a popular research tool used to measure attitudes, opinions, and feelings. They can have varying degrees of scale points, such as 5, 7, or 10,...

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05.17.2019

Obtain better data with open-ended questions

Asking open-ended questions in your online surveys is a good idea for many reasons. Ultimately, they allow people to respond in their own words, providing color and richness to the data that helps...

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04.02.2019

When Big Data Meets Big Beer

A few weeks ago, Anheuser-Busch InBev quietly purchased the user-driven beer review platform, RateBeer. This acquisition gives the world's largest brewer access to massive amounts of data from...

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02.02.2018

Tax Software and the User Experience

It’s tax season, and like millions of Americans, I filed my taxes online using a tax preparation website. I’ve used Turbo Tax for the past several years, but this year I was intrigued by H&R...

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11.10.2017

Phone vs. Online Surveys - What's the Difference?

For many years, if you wanted to conduct a quantitative survey that was truly representative of the general population, a phone survey was the obvious way to go. However, advances in online...

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10.27.2017

Red Herrings and the Online Survey Experience

Recently we told you about the power of using red herring, or trick questions, to ensure data quality. In the spirit of Halloween, we’re now going to tell you how you can use these trick questions...

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10.20.2017

Survey Design: Rethink Your Grid

As we shared in a recent blog post, it’s no longer good enough just to ensure that your online surveys are mobile compatible. They must be designed with mobile first mentality. That involves...

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09.08.2017

What We Do: Online Bulletin Board Focus Groups

When people think about online marketing research, they’re typically thinking of a traditional online survey. While we love quantitative research and online surveys at Evolve, did you know that we...

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