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Best Practices for Conducting Remote Research on the Web

August 21, 2013 @ 6:30 pm

Kyle Henderson, YouEye

NEW Venue (Not HP)

This event will be recorded at the Midpeninsula Community Media Center.

Agenda 6:30 pm Networking & Food
7:00 pm Announcements
7:15 pm Presentation and Q&A
(Latecomers after 7:15 will be quietly escorted into the studio)

Event Details

Regardless if you’re building a website, product or service, the Web empowers you to conduct remote research as you go about your design and development process. So what are the best ways to approach this?

Kyle Henderson, Co-Founder and CEO of YouEye, will review the best practices involved with conducting remote research on the Internet today. Specifically, he’ll define what remote user behavior research is, and provide tips and actionable insights around the following four areas: Common web methods, composing objective-oriented research studies, positioning findings for success and turning this into a sustainable and repeatable process.

After the presentation, you’ll have a deep understanding for the various ways you can go about collecting insights on the Internet today.

Speaker Bio

Kyle Henderson is the CEO and Co-Founder at YouEye, an agile user research platform which offers webcam usability testing, study analytics and emotion recognition insights.

Prior to YouEye, Kyle worked across multiple roles in product, engineering and design-oriented roles, accruing experience at six web startups, NAVTEQ and NOKIA.

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August 21, 2013
6:30 pm
Event Category:


SF Bay ACM Chapter


Midpeninsula Community Media Center
900 San Antonio Road
Palo Alto, CA 94303 US
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