Qualitative research — define unmet customer needs

Get actionable insights about your customer needs, behavior, desires, purchasing preferences, experience assesment

We are ready
to research

Qualitative research involves many different formats and methods, like in-depth interviews, observation, hidden buyers, user testing, etc. Each has a specific use but common aim - getting relevant customer data for business decisions.
01
User research
Explore how to improve usability of an existing product. Increase conversion, retention, LTV and other metrics!
02
Employee experience
Define how to improve the experience of your staff to boost performance and empower your HR brand
03
Early market research
Launching a product or service? Validation of customer needs, decision criteria, barriers - will be crucial for your success?
04
Competitor intellegence
What strengths and weaknesses from a customer perspective do your competitors have?
05
Сustomer experience
What do customers think and feel about your business? Where they are struggling to make things done?

We will help you find answers

  • Product concept validation before development?
  • How to retain best talents?
  • Looking for customer needs exploration?
  • Define buying personas for a new product?
  • What Strengths and Weaknesses of your competitors from a customer perspective?
  • How greate a customers experience with your product is?
  • What product featureas are more desirable?
We are ready to discuss your project
Schedule a call or write an email at bizdev@craftinnovations.global

Capabilities

  • International rectuiting
  • C-level recruiting
  • Onsite / remote interviews
  • Multilingual native interviews

Methods

  • Eye-tracking devices
  • Usability laboratory
  • Hidden buyer

Qualitative research process timeline

Certain projects may not require each of the stages below. The necessity of each stage is always discussed at the “first touches” – calls and e-mails.
01First touch
  • 01First touch
  • 02Objectives definition
  • 03Strategy design
  • 04Gathering insights
  • 05Results evaluation
  • 06Decision making
  • First touch
  • Objectives definition
  • Strategy design
  • Gathering insights
  • Results evaluation
  • Decision making
  • First touch
  • Objectives definition
  • Strategy design
  • Gathering insights
  • Results evaluation
  • Decision making
01 — First touch

The goal is to understand what business goal you are trying to achieve and what methods will help do this with the best value, in time and budget!

Time to deliver: On-demand
02 — Objectives definition

Kick-off meeting where we set up KPI’s, synchronize expectations, participants from both sides, timeline.
All parties have a clear vision of project execution.

Time to deliver: On-demand
03 — Strategy design

We create a detailed recruiting strategy,
questionnaires, and tests questionaries.

Time to deliver: On-demand
04 — Gathering insights

Recruiting, coducting intervies, make transcrebations

Time to deliver: On-demand
05 — Results evaluation

Insights extraction, customer personas creations, Customer Jorney Mapping, other artifacts that related to research

Time to deliver: On-demand
06 — Decision making

Our team will share with you the results and insights of the research. You can make a decision.

Time to deliver: On-demand

Case studies

Customer research for ‘loyalty program’ design
Marketing kit design & website development
Design thinking workshop for school kids

Frequent questions about qualitative research

Why is it necessary to do qualititative research?
We use this method when we need to get insights about customer experience, behaviors, desires, decisions triggers, pain points, or validate that the product concept is desirable to future clients.
What insights can I get after the qualitative research?
We use this method when we need to get insights about customer experience, behaviors, desires, decisions triggers, pain points, or validate that the product concept is desirable to future clients.
When should I do the quantitative research?
We use this method when we need to get insights about customer experience, behaviors, desires, decisions triggers, pain points, or validate that the product concept is desirable to future clients.
Where do you get the respondents for research?
We use this method when we need to get insights about customer experience, behaviors, desires, decisions triggers, pain points, or validate that the product concept is desirable to future clients.
Do you recruit C-level for research?
We use this method when we need to get insights about customer experience, behaviors, desires, decisions triggers, pain points, or validate that the product concept is desirable to future clients.

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