September 26, 2019
We’ve spent a long time building our new home for your qualitative data, making sure that it is safe and secure, spacious and dependable. We owe a lot of thanks to our testers across the world who have tried Quirkos cloud in different countries, internet connections and computers to make sure everything works smoothly on release day (next week)!
Today we are announcing the pricing options for Quirkos Cloud. Quirkos Cloud subscriptions
September 6, 2019
We’ve now launched our Quirkos Certified Trainers programme, which will allow users to better connect with and find experienced experts who can provide guidance and assistance in learning and using Quirkos.
As we’ve grown across the world, demand has increased for support materials in additional languages (which we keep developing) and for face-to-face workshops in their local areas and native tongues. Although we have many
August 16, 2019
There are a huge variety of ways we can analyse qualitative data, but perhaps the most commonly applied is known as Thematic Analysis. This is an approach classically described by Braun and Clarke (2006) but is straightforward and intuitive enough that most people seem to gravitate towards applying it in some form without reading anything about it!
Thematic Analysis, or TA is often confused or appropriated with grounded theory because it
June 18, 2019
In the first of a new series of video tutorials on qualitative methodology, we are going over some practical tips on semi-structured interviews for qualitative research, and creating interview guides:
The blog posts referenced in the video are:
10 tips for semi structured qualitative interviewing
Semi-structured Interview Guides for qualitative interviews
Recording good audio for qualitative
May 24, 2019
(This blog post is based on a talk I gave at ICQI 2019, as part of a panel with the excellent Silvana di Gregorio, Paul Mihas, Johnny Saldana and Charles Vanover)
Sometimes it can seem that our bodies are doing things without us knowing about it. I would struggle to tell someone the PIN number for my bank card, but my fingers know it – they just automatically type the right sequence!
In the traditional conceptualisation of the mind,