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Current studies - updated: December 16, 2022


FRESH HOT NOW! Survey about Compliance

Red Hat has questions about how you are building compliance solutions, with particular interest in some of the tools and content engineering teams use. Our team is currently planning some major updates to our primary open source projects, ComplianceAsCode and OpenSCAP, that we use for this today. We want our tools to better support our customers and other users, as well as a more diverse set of products, IT systems, compliance processes, and system accreditation schemes. We want your help to make compliance better!

One of the first steps is just to better understand how people like you are currently tackling compliance and, specifically, compliance automation. We’ve developed a short survey to help us with this process. It should only take 8-12 minutes to complete, but the results should pay off for a long time. Our goal is to get your feedback to start analyzing by the New Year 2023. Feel free to share this survey with anyone else you know who is in the compliance and/or security admin or executive field (they do NOT need to be a user of Red Had products).

(UXDR-2067 IP)

Help us shape the look and feel of our products!

The UX Design team at Red Hat is conducting this survey in order to better understand your work environment and visual design theme preference. Your feedback will be valuable for us as we design new experiences for people like you! All participants will be entered for a chance to win one of 50 $30 gift cards. 

This survey should take no more than 10-15 minutes to complete.

If you fully complete this survey you will entered for a gift card raffle.

If you wish to review the Terms and Conditions of the Raffle associated with this study, email: with "Raffle Terms and Conditions Request - UXDR-2067" in the subject line.

Don’t see any studies that interest you right now? That’s OK—we still want to work with you. Join our research community, and we’ll be in touch when the right opportunity comes along.

Open source is just part of our nature. We try to incorporate open source principles in everything we do. That’s why we want you to participate in our user experience design research. Become a research participant and help make our software, services, and websites more user-friendly.

Why participate?

Influence the future of Red Hat experiences

Whether you use Red Hat's products, services, or websites, each experience should work for you. And your input will help us tailor today’s experiences and influence tomorrow’s designs.

Contribute to the open source community

You don’t have to commit code to open source projects to be an important member of the open source community. As a research participant, you’re contributing ideas and thoughts to the open source community right alongside the developers and end users.

Engage in research activities

Hop on a call. Fill out a survey. Or  complete one of our many research activities. Anything you contribute  will help us design more optimal experiences for all our users.

Participant Feedback

“When I see that my ideas are there in the real product in the market, it feels good.”


“I think part of it has to be the kind of the philosophy of openness around Red Hat, which is something you don't really get from a lot of the other commercial vendors we work with.”


“It was actually quite fun (not a bad activity for 11:10 PM on a Tuesday night).”


Constructing experiences based on real people

Red Hat researchers come from different backgrounds, possess diverse skills, and perform various functions at Red Hat. Some of us might be anthropologists with design backgrounds, while others might be psychologists with technical backgrounds. Regardless of who we are or where we come from, we all want to collaborate with you to build experiences that aren’t just useful—but enjoyable.