UX Research for Analysts
UX Research for Analysts Research is the key to acquiring missing knowledge. It aids in reducing uncertainty and simplifying decision-making at various stages of a product's lifecycle.
User Experience (UX) research involves interviews and observations, commonly employed by analysts, but other qualitative and quantitative methods also exist. Setting up a research laboratory or hiring agencies is not necessary to conduct these studies; analysts can carry them out independently.
Let's explore a case study where a Kano survey helped avoid rework, and a combination of ASQ and Likert scale facilitated the selection of the best documentation storage tool. We will also discuss scenarios when it is not necessary to conduct research on the example of usability testing.