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Welcome to the Official Voltage Control Design Sprint Scorecard!
This is our custom Google Sheet that makes it easy to capture and organize your user interview notes.
Not compabible with Excell



Setting Up Your Scorecard
1. Click File/Make a copy to create your own version of the scorecard.
2. Open the Inputs sheet.
3. Edit the questions to match your Sprint and Prototype questions.
4. Edit the interview times to match your interview schedule.
5. Edit the tester names to reflect your testers.
6. Hide the Inputs sheet.
7. Rename the Sprinter sheets to the names of your team members. Note: We have support for 10 observers.
If you don’t have that many feel free to hide those sheets.
Do NOT delete them.
8. Share the sheet with your team along with the instructions below on how to use the scorecard.
9. Share the instructions below with your Sprint team.
10. Hide the Get Started sheet.

Using the Scorecard
1. Open your scorecard.
2. Click on the worksheet with your name on it.
3. At the top you’ll see columns for each tester and the rows of Y/N questions.
4. On the bottom, you’ll see an empty section for recording insights.
5. Take a moment to read each of the Y/N questions.
6. While observing the interview, if you can confidently answer any of the Y/N questions with a Yes or No, record your answer.
If the tester wasn’t completely clear or said contradictory things, mark that question with a “?” for that question. If the topic didn’t come up at all, leave it empty.
7. When you hear interesting, provocative, or concerning things from the testers, record them in the insights section at the bottom.
8. For each insight, use the drop down to select the current tester’s name, enter the timestamp using the hotkey, and type in the insight.

Tips for capturing insights
1. When you record a quote, put it in bold.
2. If you hear something negative, set the text color to
red.
3. If you hear something exciting or super helpful, set the text color to
green.

Reading the graph
The final component to the scorecard is the graph that updates in real time.
In the graph tab, you’ll find a bar chart that shows the distribution of answers for all your observers across all testers for each question.

If you want even more information of how to use the Scorecard, check out our article here: https://voltagecontrol.co/the-voltage-control-design-sprint-scorecard-503b1fc1b8be
More questions? Want to work together? Get in touch. info@voltagecontrol.co
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