Keeping track of your UX research studies, which methods you used, when they were completed, who worked on them, and what the key findings were is always a sticky point of teams for more than a few UX researchers. We'd like to help.
We've been sketching ideas for better management of your research, regardless of which methods and tools you use, to help your team work better together and help you understand trends and patterns over time for your research. Research on research, anyone? Welcome to our world. If you have thoughts or pain points on how you keep track of studies and reports internally, please drop a comment below. Or stay tuned on twitter to find out when we have our first preview available!