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Our user interface team is seeking information from those who have 

conducted user research field studies – in particular, research and 

interviews within people’s homes. 



For instance:

 

- How often have you conducted such studies? 



- What examples can you point to as key benefits to doing field research 

(over lab-based near equivalents)?



- What kind of problems if any have you encountered when doing such 

research? (e.g., users claiming a malfunctioning computer system after the 

visit; reassuring management of field procedures to minimize risks, etc)



- What have you determined to be best practices, both: 

  -- to initiate this type of research?

  -- to promote continuing this type of research?





I'll summarize people's responses and post them to the list.  Thanks!



Gary

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