Conduct a user research planning meeting to understand your users better, improve the UX of the product and increase conversions.
Explain what you need to explore. What has been done previously? And What is the purpose of this research?
What to explore or validate
What has been done?
Determine the objectives your team needs to accomplish. What decision needs to be after this research?
Explain what kind of research methods you’re going to adopt.
List the topics of questions you’re going to cover. What are the main aspects you want to investigate? What is your primary user scenarios?
List your user segments, how you will recruit the participants, and how you will include screener.
Link to a screener
User research pivots around gaining an insight into your users’ needs, attitudes, and pain points. First, get everybody clear on the purpose of this research and what needs to explore.
Determine the objectives your team needs to accomplish. Then, list the topics of questions you’re going to cover. Discuss the main aspects you want to investigate and the primary user scenarios. Last but not least, tell us your user segments, how you will recruit the participants, and how you will include the screener.