Björn Balazs wrote:
The first step would be to actually start talking to users. This is what I
try to intend right now. This should be purely voluntary, un-obstrusive
will for sure be biased in the one or the other way. But it is also done
without great effort from our side.
This way we can gain experiences with talking to our users.
In the course of these surveys we can then (user-centrically) evaluate the
acceptance of other ways of involving users into the development.
What you are suggesting calls for methods like an open or semi-structured
interview (rather than a closed questionnaire).
I agree that this is, indeed, a good way to get an initial feel-n-touch of
But do you have in mind a way to do it virtually or do you?
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