The most widely used diagnostic tool.
Its most important advantage is that it is fully customisable. There are many variations that can be made through diagnostic interviews, depending on what we want to obtain information about.
Focus group interview – An interview with a focus group provides a qualitative assessment. We survey a group in an interactive framework, so interview subjects have the opportunity to communicate with each other.
In-depth interview – An individual interview with the aim of gaining an in-depth understanding of the motivations and views of the interviewee.