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Here are some thoughts, ideas and insights from the Edentify team we post from time to time.

Mobile phones at school

Mobile phones at school

  • August 29, 2019

A hot topic in the media is the banning of mobile phones in schools around different states within Australia. The Edentify team wanted to gather the thoughts of our knowledgeable and diverse Caféstudy community in order to determine whether there are reasonable grounds to impose such a ban...

A picture paints a thousand words...how about a video?

A picture paints a thousand words...how about a video?

  • March 22, 2017

Something you realise very quickly when conducting qualitative research is that everyone is different. It's more than just different opinions too: everyone has different ways to communicate. One of our interests at Edentify is to do research that allows respondents to participate the way they...

Has mobile viewing and interaction changed the way consumers watch sport?

Has mobile viewing and interaction changed the way consumers watch sport?

  • July 13, 2015

This month we asked our panel of consumers about how they watch sport, and if this has changed. With the rise in mobile viewing and predictions that it will more than double over the next few years, we wondered what our panel was doing, and how and if their sports viewing habits were...

Devices and browsers – how are respondents completing online surveys?

Devices and browsers – how are respondents completing online surveys?

  • July 13, 2015

A dial-up modem connected to a chunky desktop computer used to be the only way we could make use of the Internet in our homes. Today, we have smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and even smart refrigerators to surf the net on. With all these choices, we were interested to find out how people are...

Mobile phone providers – a consumer’s view

Mobile phone providers – a consumer’s view

  • July 13, 2015

What is the most important thing when looking for a mobile phone provider? Is it coverage or price, quality of service, or something else? Recently, we asked Cafestudy members what they expected from their mobile phone companies, and what was important to them in a mobile phone provider. For all...