How to Get Creative With Remote Research 

Pro tips from The Studio at dscout for better, more impactful design

Creative research is a win for researchers, participants, and businesses.

  • Researchers are more energized
  • Participants are more engaged
  • Findings are more inspired

Stefani Bachetti, director of the Studio at dscout, shares creative techniques and examples from the Studio's body of work.

If you're a research leader or practitioner seeking to raise the bar on generative or evaluative projects, join to learn new tools and approaches to remote qual that will get you better answers—and better insights.


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Meet the speakers


Stefani Bachetti
 Director, The Studio at dscout

Stefani is the director of the research consulting team at dscout. She leads a team of researchers exploring brand, product and innovation questions for some of the world's most curious companies.

On the side, you’ll either find her sketchnoting various events around Chicago, or in her wood shop building anything from furniture to kazoos.


Ben Wiedmaier
Product Evangelist at dscout

Ben is the product evangelist at dscout, where he spreads the “good news” of contextual research, helps customers understand how to get the most from dscout, and impersonates everyone in the office. He has a doctorate in communication studies from Arizona State University, studying “nonverbal courtship signals”, a.k.a. flirting. No, he doesn’t have dating advice for you.

Key takeaways

Watch the webinar to:

  • Hear how The Studio ensures research engages researchers, participants and stakeholders
  • See basic, advanced and expert design tips that you can implement in your own research
  • Learn use cases based on some of The Studio's most effective projects in the dscout platform 

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