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Displaying page views for a Recipe website?

Read more about Social Proof. Maybe instead of showing the views you go with Rating, upvotes. I would assume in recipes people are interested if people tried the recipe and succeded. https://www....
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What are significant UX KPIs for an enterprise product?

task completion times, error rates, completion rates, subjective satisfaction using SEQ, perceived satisfaction of usability using SUS, if you can track mouse clicks, then you can test your IA using ...
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Displaying page views for a Recipe website?

A page counter only shows how popular the page is, not how popular the recipe is. If people tend to go to pages that are viewed more than others, but the recipe itself isn't liked very much, the page ...
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What metrics have been used differentiate between user engagement and addiction?

From Wikipedia Customer Engagement: Customer engagement is a business communication connection between an external stakeholder (consumer) and an organization (company or brand) through various ...
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What are significant UX KPIs for an enterprise product?

I think the main question you need to ask yourself is: What does success look like to you? If success means happy users/customers you could look into net promoter score (NPS). If success means ...
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Using the SUPR-Q as a UX metric

While Jeff and Measuring U do own the rights, they also say "You are welcome to use the SUPR-Q questions without purchasing the SUPR-Q license. Please simply cite this reference (Sauro, 2015)" What ...
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User research and testing compared to ACSI (American Customer Satisfaction Index)

Short answer is they compliment each other, but ACSI is not about usability, although the usability of something could influence the ACSI score, but I doubt anyone has found a correlation. There is ...
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What metrics have been used differentiate between user engagement and addiction?

It should be possible to come up with come up with an amount of "engagement time" that is objectively a cause for concern. Although people have different lives and responsibilities, there is only a ...
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Does usage of thumbs up/down ratings as social proof actually provide the right feedback?

Let me stay aside from the purpose of this change. There is some business decision behind it, for sure. But regarding the scale itself I am sure it is no good for the accuracy and telling good from ...
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What are significant UX KPIs for an enterprise product?

Identifying Key Performance Indicators If you have not been provided any KPIs to begin with, then you might start by identifying the pain points of the business you are dealing with — in other words, ...
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Equivalent Scale in UX like the Cooper-Harper Scale?

Yes, there are modified Cooper-Harper Scales that measure operator workload. It involves some basic tweaking from "pilot" to "operator". Here is one such representation of the Modified Cooper-Harper ...
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A/B Testing: Is this how you calculate participants average number of "Clicks to content."

Assuming that the data that you are collecting for the number of clicks is meaningful and directly related to a small change you are measuring (which is probably what you should be using the A/B test ...
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How many months should we track and collect data before analyzing it after rolling out a new feature?

Important question! I'm going to start with the typical UX designer's answer: It depends. Some thoughts to help you come to a decision: initial reactions to changes (be it "uuh, shiny" or &...
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How can I measure the value of improving user experience on internal apps?

I think that the list you have provided is already very good. There is one thing that I would add: Error Reduction. When working in 5 different systems, is there any data that would need to be ...
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What's the best way to determine success metrics?

I believe any drop-off can be considered successful. The person who voted to close this question is right about the fact it's opinion based. You have to determine what you will consider a success. ...
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What are the metrics that can be used to measure the success of a design thinking project?

I think when attempting to measure a process like design thinking you need to focus on the output of the process. If you want to measure innovation, for example, you could measure the number of unique ...
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How is design debt measured or calculated?

Based on the effort and process required in the design phases of UX projects, I would suggest that a simple way to estimate the amount of design debt can be calculated as follows: Human resources ...
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How is design debt measured or calculated?

I hope your question will be strictly answered from a UX position, although i'm a bit skeptical as technical debt is barely popular in the tech side. I have found a paper named An Analysis of ...
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Different People Coding Data - Does that Invalidate the Results?

I'm guessing this is moot since it's a month later but the approach that jumped to my mind would be to code some of the results she's already done too, and then see to what degree they agree with each ...
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Transition from in-house to agency position–How to measure UX success

In my last job at an agency we started to do some of this work. It involved baking in measurable goals early in the project much like you would if you were working in-house. Write your problem ...
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What are significant UX KPIs for an enterprise product?

I think you can keep from this method (the HEART framework) some metrics that can be applied to an employee: Happiness; Task efficiency; In my opinion, in this case, better results can be obtained ...
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UX metrics categories for a web app

Im not sure if this off topic or even something others would agree with, but I recently completed something similar for a webApp where we needed to implement tracking on our platform to get useful ...
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What is the difference in ROI, KPIs, OKRs metrics? how and when to get them?

They all could (and usually) coexist. However, not all organizations starts with OKR (at least as the framework should be used) To explain all 3 playing together Usually, Objective & Key Result ...
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Quantifying the impact of offering alternative signup/login methods?

I wouldn't have normally responded on this, but you said "any information is a massive improvement." While I can't speak to signup conversion rates, I can speak to an angle which you may ...
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Task Completion Time

Measuring task completion time isn't necessarily about being very exact or precise with it (compared to things like page-loading time as a performance metric). At the high level it is about ...
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How many months should we track and collect data before analyzing it after rolling out a new feature?

Track and collect data continuously. Note any seasonal shifts. For when to measure and report out again, Nielsen/Norman group bases its recommendation on how frequently your product is accessed: ...
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A NPS type of metric/score for UX maturity within an organisation

I'd like to know more about who needs this metric and what decisions they're making on the basis of it. If there are no such people or decisions, is the metric important to even track and report on? ...
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A NPS type of metric/score for UX maturity within an organisation

Creating a metric You want to confirm whether a metric you come up with (ratio of designer-user, designer-stakeholder interaction) is an accurate measure or approximation of UX maturity. Define UX ...
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Displaying Averages for Stacked Bar Graph

I think you need to look at whether it makes sense to show an average for a stacked bar chart, and if it actually makes it easier to understand the information. Without knowing too much of the details,...
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What amount of use indicates that a feature is valuable

This type of question is often asked when people try to use one measure to encapsulate or predict change. My advice is that metrics should not be used as a measure of a target, but as a means of ...
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