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Make Meaning of your Research

User research can get messy. Move your indispensable observations from scattered post-its, notepads, and spreadsheets to one central place for team-based sensemaking.

Meaning Maker stores your data, helps you organize and analyze it collaboratively, and makes it easy to discover patterns and decide what to do next.

Make your research team more effective!

Collect qualitative data, organize it, analyze it, and decide what to do next, with help from Meaning Maker.

Collect research notes, keeping the original context.

Write down your interview notes and user testing observations in our easy-to-use rich text editor, or import entire transcripts.

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Store your research in one safe place.

Save notes, images, audio, and video in one place. Organize and analyze all of your research data, past and present.

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Organize your research in projects and studies.

Let your team structure their own work as they see fit.

Use drag and drop boards to organize notes and tags from your research work.

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Analyze qualitative data and discover recurring patterns.

Use intuitive analysis tools to tag themes across data.

Meaning Maker's pattern finding algorithms display related highlights as connected, shining spheres in "outer space".

Watch out for clusters of spheres that will lead you to the insights that you are looking for!

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Decide what to do next.

Together with your team, review the themes that you all have found to reveal the next design opportunity.

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Challenges in UX Research

This is a collection of interviews with experienced UX researchers from all around the world, from big companies to small businesses, from diverse kinds of industries.

Learn from the experts to make your own research easier.

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Free eBook: Challenges in UX research

From the blog

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October 04, 2018

Event storming is a cool technique for finding out what your software solution should do so that your users can reach their goals.
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June 02, 2018

This is what we have been reading this week. Really interesting stuff about user research from various sources. We thought we should share this with you. Enjoy!
Let the users co-design the systemStarting our co-design experiment 2018

April 07, 2018

How we start to co-design our product together with our users – the early beginnings in 2018
Six year old boy worked as a UX designerHow a boy co-designed a possibly life-saving video

April 04, 2018

A boy who suffered from food allergy co-designed a video together with his mother, a video that could possibly save his life.
Affinity diagrams don't scaleWhy you should not use them after usability tests

March 08, 2018

Affinity diagramming is a good method for making sense of data. Not after a usability test, however. Save time and a lot of sticky notes with this modern method.

About us

Our goal is to help companies improve their products.

We give you a tool that shortens the way from research to design decision: Collect evidence about your users’ behavior, make observations about it, mark the observations with tags and let the machine help your team discover recurring patterns. Grasp insights easily because you clearly see what bothers your users and what delights them.

We make it simple for product developers to get to testable new ideas, concepts, and products for their target market so that they can avoid dead ends and keep building products that their customers want.

Our tool helps to make UX findings transparent. The clarity, transparency, and focus allow teams to collaborate with less friction and produce great results.

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