User research is often a side-lined activity within the experimentation space, but it’s crucial for keeping your testing velocity up and your win rates high.
Many experimentation and optimisation teams fail to make this connection due to a lack of time, resources, knowledge or the siloed structure of their organisation.
On VWO’s webinar last week, our Chief Experience Officer, Chris Gibbins talked through some practical examples of how user research can drive the quantity of ideas, their quality, and originality, which in turn leads to a much more successful overall experimentation program.
Discover which types of user research are most useful in combination with experimentation
Learn why research is so important and how it makes such a difference
Find out how to successfully integrate research into your experimentation & optimisation programs
Get practical tips to break those siloes that very often get in the way of success