Posts By: Josh Baalman

QANDR actively involves local residents

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Noterik is excited to welcome new partner Bureau Buhrs to the QANDR community. They are an Amsterdam-based agency that believe involving local stakeholders and residents to be essential for a successful marketing, communication and participation strategy. When Corona was upon us, Marinka van Vliet from Bureau Buhrs was the first to call and ask us whether Read more…

Co-creation and participation in Corona times

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How to organise an inclusive participation process in times where physically getting together is not an option? This was the topic of a webinar organised by Rotterdam-based Kickstad that specialises in sustainable urban development. Fellow Rotterdam agency De Plekkenmakers, used Noterik’s tool QANDR to elaborate on this theme in a co-creation session with 80+ participants.

Efficient follow-up with QANDR

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A much requested feature has now been implemented in QANDR: automatic reporting. Right after you have completed your QANDR session, and have closed it in the dashboard, QANDR will prompt you to generate a PDF with selected slides from your session and view, download or email it. A simple (with lots of work under the Read more…

QANDR is contagious

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QANDR, Noterik’s tool to gamify any type of group discussion, has a solid customer base in market research, where it is primarily used in focus groups. However, QANDR flourishes anywhere were the traditional presentation paradigm fails to engage audiences. This was demonstrated in the course if this year, as QANDR spread from one event to Read more…

Moodboards without scissors or glue

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In its software development, Noterik always endeavours to take customer feedback on board, to ensure that our applications meet an actual need and provide real added value to businesses on a daily basis. This certainly applies to QANDR‘s new moodboard module, that replaces the old-school way of making collages (a method widely used in qualitative Read more…

REDC makes QANDR fly

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Noterik is proud to have signed up prominent Irish research agency RED C Research as a corporate QANDR client. They wasted no time and have deployed QANDR in a large project with sessions in three major US cities, running focus groups on travel and vacationing of North Americans in Europe.

QANDR used in conference in Bulgaria

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Noterik’s tool QANDR was used in Bulgaria during the conference “Non-formal learning for employability” in Sofia. The event was part of an Erasmus+ project realised by Bulgarian and Romanian NGOs. With over 60 participants joining in, QANDR once again demonstrated it not only flourishes in small focus groups, but is equally useful in larger, plenary Read more…

MuPop uncovers stories from prison life

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Noterik and MuPop, its tool to create interactive exhibitions, were recently part of a powerful experience in the prison museum in Hämeenlinna, Finland. In a preparatory workshop for an exhibition on life and work in the former prison that now is the museum, ex-inmates and ex-guards came together to share their unique and intimate stories, that Read more…

Even in prison, QANDR comes out on top

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QANDR, Noterik’s versatile tool to generate optimal added value from any type of group discussion, was used by Omniplan to facilitate their annual Young Professionals Network Event. The setting: a converted laundry room of the former Amsterdam prison ‘Bijlmer Bajes’. The topic: sustainable mobility and spatial development. The players: inspiring speakers and a bunch of enthusiastic Read more…

QANDR making inroads into higher education

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After having experimented with Noterik’s tool QANDR for a while, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA) has now entered into a more formal partnership with Noterik. The aim is to further embed QANDR within the university and finetune the software for use in a variety of educational settings, thus enhancing and enlivening classes with this innovative tool. Read more…