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If the donation method needs explanation, maybe you have to consider one that doesn't. If it's not avoidable, then the user might be given a choice between showing and hiding the payment instruction.


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For someone transitioning to UX career, it would be good idea to have some experience in UX testing, test planning and analysis. I would recommend using a qualitative analysis tool that guides you in actually analysing observations too, e.g. https://userbitapp.com/ . The value in this is being able to show different types of skillsets in your portfolio, it ...


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For a portfolio project you don't need in depth tests I guess. Guerilla can help to test your UI and placement of the elements, and you can just ask community / do online testing to get some impressions in design.


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You can mock up and test almost anything using Paper Prototypes in guerrilla testing (using drawings of your various instances, and pulling them away or adding them based on your users' choices. Before you test, decide if you have a certain target, and hang out near where your target hangs out most. Tell them you're doing a research project for a school ...


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Some testing is better than no testing at all. You are trying to demonstrate your UX (design) skills, not your usability testing skills, so there is no need for full-scale large tests. There's been a lot of discussion on whether 5 users is enough to get some valuable insights. For starters, read Jakob Nielsen and then google for the critical responses. So ...


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Since you want to really contain (5-10 teachers) your conversation, an open-ended platform may not be ideal. Also in user research you may need to follow up with people on certain responses they give (that is harder to achieve on open platforms) That said you can try recruiting teachers on Twitter or Facebook that fit in your target audience. A better ...


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Instead of a moderated study where the researcher needs to look at the participant's screen, you may try unmoderated testing. A little like a standard questionaire, but there are tools out which offer typical usability methods, such as card sorting, A/B testing, prototype interactions, etc. You'll get pointers if you look for "tools unmoderated usability ...


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I think collecting online donations should be easy, affordable and transparent. Showing payment-related FAQ/instructions at the end of the page will make sense.


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Input masking removes users’ confusion about what format is required for restricted inputs, such as phone numbers, along with providing verification and legibility as users type — making typos easier to spot. Providing an input mask will not only ensure that values are entered correctly, but was also observed to allay users’ up-front concerns on correct ...


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Travel to the remote locations and conduct User Testing in the field in conjunction with an interpreter. That is how you can obtain the best results. I have done that and learnt more than I expected. Since you have made no mention on limitations such as budget or time, I have offered advice that yields the best results.


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