The costs of evaluation can vary widely, depending on project complexity. A generally well-accepted rule of thumb is that organizations should plan to spend roughly 15-20% of their total project or product development budget on evaluation to achieve the best return on their investment (ROI).

Options range from quick turn-around expert, heuristic reviews that may be completed in a week’s time to longitudinal studies that may span a period of several years.

We are happy to work with you to develop the best research plan that meets your needs and fits your budget.

We don’t offer cookie-cutter services, so we cannot publish a pricing list. When we develop a cost estimate, we do so based on your specific needs and a carefully crafted evaluation approach tailored to you.

To request a cost estimate, please contact us to set-up a time to talk. To develop the best possible estimate, we’ll ask you the following:

  • What is the project/product history? What stage is it in currently?
  • What are your objectives for research/testing/evaluation?
  • Have you done any prior research on this project?
  • What are your timelines?
  • What constraints or obstacles do you foresee that could affect the research?
  • What is the final product you expect from us?
  • What are your budget parameters?