This UX Metrics workshop is an overview of how to collect, analyze, interpret and present user experience metrics. We will discuss how to choose the right metrics for various situations or applications. The attendees will also learn how to use the metrics to produce reliable and actionable results. It gives the guidelines for analyzing metrics and provides examples of how to present the collected metrics to others. The goal of this workshop is to show how user experience (UX) metrics can be a powerful tool for evaluating and improving the design of any product.
The UX metrics can be used for any type of product utilizing any type of technology. For example, task success and satisfaction are equally valid whether you evaluate a website, a medical devise or appliance.
This workshop takes a practical approach with an emphasis on the analysis being directly applicable to everyone’s job.
Continental breakfast: 8am
Workshop: 9am to 12:00pm
A workbook with presentation and exercises included.
Students will receive the new book “Easy to Use 2.0: User
Experience in Agile Development for Enterprise Software”.
In the workshop, you will:
Gain an understanding of how the user experience is defined and the value of measuring it
Learn how to use UX metrics as a tool for evaluating and improving the design of any product
Be able to choose the right metrics for each situation or application
Learn how to use the metrics to produce reliable and actionable results
Understand the guidelines for analyzing a range of metrics
How to present the collected metrics to others
Learn the general types of UX metrics as well as when to use them
Understand the use of UX metrics in different types of organizations as well as how to use these metrics within the organization
Course Number: CSE-80010
Credit: 0.00 unit(s)