User Research

Moderated prototype testing

Moderated usability/prototype testing is a usability testing technique that involves the active participation of a trained facilitator or moderator.

Source: Justinmind, “Moderated vs unmoderated usability testing: Which do you need?”

  • Zoom - 44.82% of question respondents
  • UserTesting - 18.96%
  • Microsoft Teams - 18.1%
  • Google Meet - 15.51%
  • Figma - 12.06%
  • UserZoom - 7.75%
  • Lookback - 6.03%
  • WebEx - 5.17%
  • In-person - 4.31%
  • User Interviews - 2.58%
56.59% of participants answered this question.

Surveys

A user experience (UX) survey collects quantitative and qualitative data about a user’s interactions and experience with a website or digital product.

Source: hotjar, “How to use UX surveys to gain product experience insights”

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    Interviews

    User interviews are typically performed with the potential users of a design, as part of an ideation phase or during early concept development. User interviews follow a structured methodology whereby the interviewer prepares a number of topics to cover, makes a record of what is said in the interview, and systematically analyzes the conversation after the interview.

    Source: Interaction Design Foundation, “User Interviews”

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      Diary Studies

      A diary study is a research method used to collect qualitative data about user behaviors, activities, and experiences over time.

      Source: Kim Salazar, “Diary Studies: Understanding Long-Term User Behavior and Experiences”

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        Focus Groups

        In a focus group, you bring together 6–9 users to discuss issues and concerns about the features of a user interface.

        Source: Jakob Nielsen, “The Use and Misuse of Focus Groups”

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