Bailey Moulden joined the Discida team in May of 2017 as a Research Associate, transitioning to Research Analyst after her graduation from the University of Northern Iowa in May of 2018.
During her time at UNI, Bailey completed a B.A. in Psychology, with an emphasis in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and a minor in English Literature. Her background in both Psychology and English allow her to effectively translate panelist comments and data into valuable and easily understood information that clients can utilize to make improvements. She believes that finding the right balance between qualitative and quantitative data will help individuals identify their own user experience problems and communicate more effectively with their customers.
When it comes time to decid on a sampling method for your research, the methodology that will be most effective depends upon your topic, budget, and overall goal. One of the most prominent forms of data collection is the in-depth interview. Thanks to constantly evolving technology, which has brought new […]
One of the most important factors when it comes to collecting reliable data is sample size. In the research world, sample size—often referred to as “N”—is the number of people you sampled. For example, the total number of responses your online survey received or how many in–person interviews you conducted. […]
The world of research is constantly evolving. New methods and technologies are making the analysis process faster and more accurate. And in a world where having the right—or rather the wrong—information can make or break the success of your business, chasing the most up-to-date data can seem like a never-ending […]
The System Usability Scale, often referred to as SUS, is an inexpensive but proven way of effectively measuring the usability of a given product or service. The scale, originally created by John Brooke in 1986, has stood up to a battery of tests over the years and proven itself both […]
In today’s competitive market, where useful research is readily accessible to anyone willing to look for it, the question organizations should be asking themselves is not “Should we be performing research?” But, rather, “What is the best way for us to perform research?” One of the largest obstacles for companies, […]