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Kanban Board With Stacked Lists

if you check out the Jira Kanban board, you'll see a stacked list where the tasks stacked on the board are consolidated based on the epics
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What are the best methods to test/validate a set of user interface design guidelines for a concept product that does not exist yet?

Do you have the opportunity to create a low-fidelity prototype of the product? The Wizard of Oz experiment comes to mind as it works very well on unfinished products (specifically low-fidelity ...
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What ux method can I use to verify the success of Subscription Model of my app?

Try to find users that are likely to use your product/service and interview them to see their attitudes towards your idea. You can also survey your target users to gain additional information on ...
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Could someone recommend me methodologies to be a better UX designer?

I recommend you expand the definition of UX outside interfaces. Start thinking about the physical world, customer service, daily life of the customers, the B2B side, etc. If you think the interface is ...
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How do you work with stakeholders to prioritize ongoing enhancements?

...methods or processes to better manage these clients' priorities... There's no silver bullet and part of that is the ephemeral nature of priorities. They change over time and what's relevant now ...
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Is asking 'balanced' leading questions the right way during user interviews?

Asking closed questions is not optimal, for the reasons pointed out by Kristian - they skew the results. I think Adrian has a point too, since getting feature-specific feedback might be a better fit ...
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Is asking 'balanced' leading questions the right way during user interviews?

One approach that can be useful for getting a meaningful response is to ask the user to place their response on a sliding scale between two options that have the same level of "goodness" or "badness", ...
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Is asking 'balanced' leading questions the right way during user interviews?

When you ask leading question you are biasing the responses because you "prime" the users to answer you in a particular direction. When you ask "Is clicking on this button difficult for you to ...
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feature prioritization

I think your next step here should be focusing on the improvement of the current features. If you have already discovered that "most calls point to issues that could be solved by improving current ...
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Best method for measuring the user's understanding of a pilot app?

The simplest method is to define the end goals that you expect users to accomplish. Using stackexchange as an example, a goal might be: "did the user search for and find an answer to their question?" ...
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What are the best methods to test/validate a set of user interface design guidelines for a concept product that does not exist yet?

Usability testing paper prototypes works really well when you don't have a working system to test. I've used this technique to test small pieces of a larger system. ("Do people understand how the ...
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How to document user interviews

Typical user interviews have two aspects: Documentation for conducting the research : This includes, at minimum the Interview Discussion Guide, Consent form, Screener questionnaire and Compensation ...
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Defining "Instantaneous" as part of usability acceptance criteria

The Nielsen Norman Group cites usability guidelines that have been around since the 70s: 0.1 second is about the limit for having the user feel that the system is reacting instantaneously, meaning ...
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Design Thinking: User testing approaches

Here a few thoughts based on my own experience 1. Empathy and user testing with different people You don't have to test with the same people you interviewed during the empathy phase. Sure it would ...
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product re-design

To add to the above answers, It is good to do analysis on what are the pros and cons of an existing site, moreover, you can do SWOT(Strengths and weaknesses, opportunities and threats) type of ...
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where does design thinking sit within UX design?

Design thinking is not an art at all, it's just a methodology that uses a series of steps: Empathize Define Ideate Prototype Test Implement These steps are related to each other and happens in ...
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Could someone recommend me methodologies to be a better UX designer?

(Note: I like Nicholas’s answer better, but wanted to share another option) Would it be worth doing field trips to observe people who use your products as they do their jobs? From your description, ...
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Best method for measuring the user's understanding of a pilot app?

You definitely want to user one-on-one interviews for this. Data can only tell you the what but talking to people will tell you the why. I would structure these interviews as about 60 minutes each. ...
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Best method for measuring the user's understanding of a pilot app?

As a complimentary method to the @user5482 answer. Conduct diary studies A diary study is a research method used to collect qualitative data about user behaviors, activities, and experiences ...
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Asking for demographic and screening question at the end of the survey - benefits outweigh risks?

According to Nielsen Norman Group Point #8, surveys should place their most important questions at the front. Survey drop-off is real (not everyone finishes a survey) and incomplete survey data is ...
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What are some common UX Design and Problem solving frameworks/checklists?

UX is not a process, there isn't a manual. Sometimes you need to understand the business needs, other times you need to discover the user needs. Do not repeat the tactics which have gained you one ...
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Selecting the right user testing method for mobile app

we use SUS questionnaire for our usability test in a company. It contains 10 questions which contains negative as well as positive feedback. The more information might be helpful here: https://www....
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Is there a difference between "Goal directed design" (GDD) and "User-centered design" (UCD)?

The short of the story is that they have a lot of overlap. What was called Information Architecture in the late 90s (Don Norman, Morville, Rosenfeld and of course Jakob Nielsen) became UX in the early ...
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Is there a difference between "Goal directed design" (GDD) and "User-centered design" (UCD)?

While UCD focuses on the user (and considers goals and tasks), GDD focuses on the goal of the user. GDD asks why the user must perform some activities or tasks, in order to understand what value or ...
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A method for consistency comparison of multiple products

Essentially what you want to do is called a 'heuristic evaluation' or 'expert review' - reviewing the sites with a number of different mindsets, or 'hats'. It's for you to decide in any given site ...
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How do you work with stakeholders to prioritize ongoing enhancements?

It would depend on the size and complexities of those websites and platforms, because you might find that the effort involved in setting something up only adds to the list of things that the client ...
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Best method for measuring the user's understanding of a pilot app?

For getting a basic understanding of if users can figure out how to use an app I like to do unmoderated user tests. That can be done by giving the user a goal (will vary based on how your app works), ...
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where does design thinking sit within UX design?

Design Thinking is not exactly art. The goal of Design Thinking is to identify an innovative solution to a problem, which satisfies three fundamental criteria: Appreciation (of the market or of the ...
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How do you mitigate internal/external validity issues resulting from user assignment difficulties associated with online A/B testing?

Internal Validity and Random Assignment Internal validity depends on random assignment, where chance determines whether a user arriving for testing gets the A or B version of the UI. This is easy ...
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feature prioritization

You've answered your own question here (although, ahem, you might want to rephrase it into a question). User research shows that the priority is improving features you already have. Prioritise that ...
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