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The different types of product research methods that suit your needs, and deliver the world-class result you desire.
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🔥Learning of the week:
How to use UX Research Methods to Design Products? ✨
1: The Six Types of Research
Qualitative (Why & How)
Quantitative (How much /How many)
Behavioral (What people do)
Attitudinal (What people say)
Generative (forming idea)
Evaluative (refining idea)
2: The Three Examples of Common UX Research Methods
a) Usability Testing:
How: Participants will perform defined tasks in the system or interface
Learning outcome: Testing the intuitiveness of the design, detecting usability issues and opportunities to improve
Type of research: qualitative, quantitative, behavioral & evaluative
How: 1:1 interview sessions to understand users’ thinking process
Learning outcome: sentiment insights and motivations and user scenarios and goals
Type of research: qualitative, attitudinal & generative
c) Desk Research:
How: utilize secondary research and review past information
Learning outcome: patterns and comparative insights
Type of research: all six types of research above
3: The 5 Best Practices of UX research
Understand how decisions are made.
Relay the value of product research.
Engage the entire team.
Persuade stakeholders through design.
Build a company learning muscle.
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🦄This Week’s Quote✨:
“Learn soft skills such as people skills and lateral management skills. You’ll be an invaluable member of any team, and there is a lot of room for mobility in your career.”
Soren Hamby on career advice for mentee.
Senior Manager of UX and Digital Design at Benjamin Moore.
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The ADPList community.