Quiz Intro to UX - Methods of UX Research
These questions are provided by the free online course 'Intro to User Experience':
https://courses.edx.org/courses/course-v1:MichiganX+UX501x+3T2016/info
1. Which of the following is not a basic UX Research method?
1 point
2. Methods that can be employed with large numbers of users and statistical analysis include (check all that apply):
1 point
3. In each UX Research and Design project, you will typically choose only one UX Research approach: Ask, Observe, or Inspect.
1 point
4. Which of the following is not part of a standard user test?
1 point
5. It makes the most sense to use a closed-ended task when:
1 point
6. Imagine you were designing a user test for the site depicted above. What would the problem be with the following task instructions: “Click on ‘Prospective Students’ to learn about the programs offered by the School of Information. Determine what graduate programs the School of Information offers.”
1 point
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7. A disadvantage of using the Think-Aloud method is:
1 point
8. The part of a user test where you can ask users more about the problems they had during the test, and also learn their subjective impressions, is called the:
1 point
9. It’s always important in a usability test to remind users that their participation is voluntary and that they can quit at any time.
1 point
10. Compared to a more formal usability test, which of the following is not relaxed in a micro-usability test?
1 point
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