Briefly about 20 UX research methods

Briefly about 20 UX research methods

UX design.
1 m
13
  1. Laboratory usability studies: participants are brought to a specially equipped laboratory where they are put through scenarios of interaction with a product or service under the supervision of a researcher.
  2. Ethnographic field research: researchers observe and study users in their natural environment of interaction with a product or service.
  3. Co-design: participants take part in creating the ideal design of a product or service, which allows them to understand their needs and preferences.
  4. Focus groups: group discussions with participants to get feedback on various aspects of a product or service.
  5. Interviews: One-on-one communication with participants to explore their opinions and impressions in more detail.
  6. Gaze tracking: analysing what participants pay attention to when interacting with a product or service.
  7. Usability benchmarking: evaluating different design options using strict criteria.
  8. Moderated remote usability research: research that is conducted remotely with the active participation of a researcher.
  9. Unmoderated remote group research: research in which participants independently record their impressions of using a product or service.
  10. Concept validation: research aimed at checking whether the concept of a product or service meets the needs of the target audience.
  11. Diary and camera research: participants keep diaries or record their impressions for further analysis.
  12. Customer feedback: collecting feedback from users through various channels.
  13. Preference evaluation: evaluating different design options in terms of their advantages and disadvantages.
  14. Card sorting: an analysis method where participants are asked to group and categorise elements.
  15. Analysis of website movements: analysis of user interaction with a website or software product.
  16. A/B testing: a scientific method of comparing different design options.
  17. Unmoderated UX research: automated methods of collecting data from participants.
  18. True intent research: analysis of the purpose of visiting a website and further user behaviour.
  19. Open surveys: collecting feedback while using a product or service.
  20. E-mail survey: a survey conducted via email.
share:

актуальні статті.

Callback

Do you still have questions that need clarification?
We will call you back.
+38 (___) ___ __ __ *
send