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Catch Up on "Keys to Success with Jillian"

Posted by Jillian Dutson and Drew Chambers on May 12, 2020 7:00:00 AM

Catch up on all the episodes here and subscribe for future insights.

Our Director of Customer Success, Jillian Dutson, hosts a new show on our youtube channel where she explores all the tips and tricks to successfully navigating the world of user insights. Corus, as you may know, is a programmatic user research tool, and combining that with strong structural understanding of research techniques and survey architecture can make you unstoppable. We've compiled the first five episodes here for you, and if you like what you see, please subscribe to our youtube channel here!

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Topics: Insider, market research, Walkthrough, use case, best practices, work from home, remote work, video

Best Practices: Collaborating helps build better surveys

Posted by Jillian Dutson and Drew Chambers on Dec 5, 2019 10:24:13 AM

The Corus platform was designed for teams. But what are some of the best ways to get the most out of it if you’re not used to building surveys collaboratively?

Working collaboratively around large datasets just makes sense. In general there is just too much information for one individual to ingest and decipher. ProPublica put out a great piece about how their newsroom improved when they started implementing large-scale collaborative processes around data analysis, and the results are pretty impressive. But what about before the dataset is built? What about collaborating during the survey phase? Is that possible, practical, and/or advisable? In our experience, yes - and here are some best practices to get the most out of the collaborative tools integrated on the Corus platform.

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Topics: use case, best practices

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