This is solid. Good job.
This is great, and I love the plug to other 'good' resources.
I love "How to Ask Questions," which is my biggest weakness.
My only feedback its just very odd to have the navigation fixed at the bottom.
This is great! Bookmarked.
A few bits of feedback sprang to mind:
- Site search: Yes, it is already well organised, but keywords/keyword search would be super useful, especially as your content grows.
- User sourcing: Different methods for sourcing participants. Guerilla, Online User-Testing, Craigslist and so on. Perhaps with Pros/Cons.
- Management of focus groups: How do you communicate before and after sessions? How do you minimise overheads of communicating with participants?
Overall, very impressed.
Thanks so much, AB! I'll add both sourcing and how to run a session to my list of topics!
Very detailed and informative guidelines. I especially like the part about evidencing your solution because constant questioning your product is what makes it better.
My advice: tone down on GIFs in the first part. I almost gave up on reading further (and I love Aubrey Plaza and Parks & Rec).
This might be one of the best things I've read on UX research! Thank you for sharing.
Awesome Work Quintin. Not knowing how to do research and what it takes to make good design is definitely a problem in our industry and this is gonna help a lot of people.
Quntin, would you please write more resources like this? :)
I guess this is an excellent example of Stories that many of us would love to see more often on DN.
Really good thanks!!
This is terrific. I'd be interested to see your section on ethnographic research. I just conducted a bunch over the last 3 weeks and could've used a guide to help myself brush up.
Mate, this is amazing! Instant bookmark.
The suggestion for a site search is also a fantastic idea.
Really, really, great resource. Congrats!