UX research produces the critical insights you need to create an EdTech product your users can’t live without. But not all UX research findings are created equal. If you treat each bit of feedback with the same level of urgency, you’ll spin your wheels and quickly reach a point of diminishing returns.
To get the highest return on your UX research investment, you need to carefully evaluate each finding and focus on the features and fixes that yield the biggest impact — for your users and your product’s future.
Download our four tips on how to properly prioritize your UX research findings and you’ll be on your way to doing just that.