Observe your users in the wild with this downloadable worksheet.

When you’re observing users in the wild, one thing’s for sure – there’s a lot going on. To help you capture key insights, observations and ideas on-the-fly, we’ve created this worksheet you can download and print to make sure you don’t miss any important details when you’re in the field.

For more info on observational user research and other related topics, check out these articles:

UX research methods (part I): Avoiding user bias with observational user testing

UX research methods (part II): Unlocking user insights with qualitative testing

UX research methods (part III): When to use quantitative data to justify product improvement decisions

Early and often: The importance of UX research throughout the product development process

Quality reporting is the key to realizing the full ROI of actionable UX research

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    Sarah Freitag

    As UX Research Lead at Openfield, Sarah draws on her background in market research, design and business to enable our clients to make solid decisions that increase user satisfaction, streamline process and reduce costs. Sarah is an avid reader and an adventurous explorer. Highlights from her favorite travels include Morocco, Peru, Italy, Denmark and France. She modestly describes herself as a “novice” baker, an understatement for someone who took on the daunting task of making her own wedding cake.

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