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Confidence intervals, Confidence levels and probability of simple tests

From your example, let's imagine you have run the fake door test, which resulted in 265 visitors clicking on it, where total visitors that day were 350.

 The real question (as you rightfully ...
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Term "Requirement Gathering" in UX - A misnomer?

At an abstract high level, Requirement Gathering still works, i.e. it doesn't specify how you will gather/discover the requirements nor the process. However, I agree with you that it does not exactly ...
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Testing font in finance application

The methodology is good, although you can design much more valid experiment that focuses only on reading or making calculations with the digits (see below). But why would you think you will find any ...
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How broad or narrow to go with a test hypothesis for comparing old designs with a redesigns

How did you get to this hypothesis in first place? Always better to be as specific as possible. This is a framework to get to a good hypothesis: 1. Gather insights The first step for a redesign / ...
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Confidence intervals, Confidence levels and probability of simple tests

The test that you described is not a true experiment or test. The hypothesis is unclear, the results cannot be reproduced or generalized. The method is more of a user survey, so there's no point in ...
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Term "Requirement Gathering" in UX - A misnomer?

Simple answer: No. Longer answer: The "Requirements Gathering" stage is not about formulating a solution. It is about gathering together the requirements that any proposed solution must satisfy in ...
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Term "Requirement Gathering" in UX - A misnomer?

Term "Gathering" suggests that the requirements are already existing, and one just needs to collect them through some means. I guess user/product requirements also already exist, in that there are ...
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Term "Requirement Gathering" in UX - A misnomer?

It is quite accurate description of a process of collecting the things that are needed: requirement (n.): "things required, a need" gathering (n.): "an assembly of people, act of coming ...
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