Comprises multiple methods for gaining insight into user needs and behaviours from real end users.

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How to ask a user which factors are most important to them when calculating weights in a model?

I'm creating an index related to "walkability". By walkability I mean: Length of sidewalk available User perception rating on various measures of performance Many other factors Some users may not ...
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Data on forcing marketing opt-in?

In a form, if users had to check a checkbox to receive further marketing emails but couldn't continue the transaction unless they checked it, what do you think the drop out rate would be? Does anyone ...
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What's the difference between card sorting and affinity diagramming?

I understand how card sorting and affinity diagramming work (both are fairly well documented online), but they seem so similar that I'm not sure what the difference between the two is, if any? Are ...
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Published research supporting UX interview techniques?

I've seen a lot of articles online about never asking users what they want, not asking users to justify why they want it or why they made a decision, not asking users what they would hypothetically do ...
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Automated testing WITH human factors to collect software metrics?

reaching out to see if any other UXers have experience collecting automated data for software KPIs (did a quick search for related question, and didn't find anything. Apologies if this has been asked ...
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Metrics for comparative study of collaborative systems

I have a collaborative computing platform which I want to run a user study on, and compare it with an existing, paper-based system. Both systems are meant to be used in some specific types of meetings ...
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Name of a card sorting technique that lets people sort only their favorite items?

I'm working on a software tool that one of my clients uses on their intranet. We are planning to run a card sort study. Let's say the top 2 levels of their existing IA look like this: Menu item 1 ...
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How to analyze Pre/Post Single Ease of use question data?

Hello all UX researchers, In my recent UX study, I used a single ease of use question at the start and end of the each task on the scale of 1 to 7 ( where 1= strongly disagree, 7= strongly agree). ...
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Upper Limit of Items for a Browse Experience

I am working on an application for browsing academic programs at a large university. The primary goal is to aid in discovery of majors/degrees that a student would otherwise not know existed, as well ...
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Are there any formulas or algorithm to evaluate playability of games from user's side?

I'd like to know what the title says. Basically, everything I have found deals with heuristics from developer's side, from device's side and the economical side of gaming development. However, ...
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Infinite scrolling within a tabbed listview on Android

Is it a good experience to give an infinite scrolling view across tabs in Android if there are tabbed list views in the app? Basically if a user scrolls through a list in a tabbed view, the tab auto ...
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What are the best practices for keeping and analyzing unstructured user feedback?

To get and analyze users' feedback is vital for designing successful products as all of you perfectly know. It is more or less clear what to do with surveys' results, but what is the best way to keep ...
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Challenges from looking at keyboard not screen while typing

Would love to know if anyone has done studies around different people's typing styles, such as:- Number of hunt-and-peck vs touch type stats Studies where hunt-and-peck users have caused design ...
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Digital Video Recorder Glasses Spy Camera Eyewear for Usability Test

Do you think it could be useful to use a Digital Video Recorder Glasses Spy Camera Eyewear (e.g.: http://www.amazon.com/Recorder-Glasses-Camcorder-Eyeglass-4GB/dp/B00JIMMN92/) to record usability ...
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Survey structure for collecting 'Brand Awareness' and 'Consumer Behavior'

I have created a survey to gather information on users regarding their existing knowledge on existing brands. Also I hope to obtain more knowledge into their behavior, specifically regarding their ...
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Has anyone investigated the user attributes affecting users' abilities to digest abstract visual information?

An example of "abstract visual information" might be a color-coded 2-dimensional map of some other space (such as real 3D space, or maybe some other dimensions/attributes) The point is that one might ...
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Software to run pairwise comparison testing?

I've been asked to find out how people rank a long list of items. The list is such that about 80% of the population will have pretty strong feelings and make clear ranking among about 20% of the ...
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Studies on the conflict of different user experiences in service design

I read a couple of interesting articles relating to the field of 'social behaviour economics' (Priceonomics is an example of such a site) that illustrates some counter-intuitive and interesting cases ...