It is a common misconception that remote research is a compromised, less yielding version of user research. If you dive deeper into the concept and look closely, this presumption is far from true. In fact, remote research can help you fetch better data. The main idea behind remote lab experiments is to try and mimic the remote users’ environment and remote conditions as much as possible. This means having to use remote observation or remote ethnography in research, which adds further understanding to remote user interviews. In this article, we will expound on the whole concept of remote user research