STUDY SCRIPTS AND TEMPLATES
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Design the perfect study script to get the UX insights you need. The articles below will teach you how to use our expertly designed activity templates and pool of resources to design study scripts that engage and intrigue your participants.
February, 09 of 2023
What are Matrix Questions? A matrix question is a study activity that groups together all the relevant questions on a particular topic in a row-column format. This simplified activity allows your study participants to view and answer survey questions in a single
March, 30 of 2022
How to Use Saved Activities within your Study Userlytics’ “Saved Activities” feature allows users to save their favorite study activities in order to quickly reuse them in future studies. “Saved Activities” are completely unique to you and your team, and can help
December, 23 of 2021
How to Test Images in your Usability Study Userlytics’ image testing feature allows you to add images to your test tasks to gain more thorough, valuable feedback on different aspects of your digital asset. Below, we’ll go over what types of tasks
April, 09 of 2021
Different Tasks Available in the Userlytics Test Builder With Userlytics easy-to-use test builder, you can create custom UX tests for your own participants or participants from our global panel of over 1.6 participants. The “Tasks” section of our test builder allows you
December, 11 of 2020
Tree Testing With Userlytics’ Tree Testing capability, you can improve the information architecture of your websites, apps and digital prototypes. Also known as reverse card sorting or card-based classification, tree testing is an excellent way to evaluate the findability of topics within
December, 04 of 2020
Card Sorting: What is it, and how can it Benefit your Study? With Userlytics’ Card Sorting capability, you can ensure the information architecture of your digital asset is clear, intuitive, and leads your customers to where they’re trying to go. With a
September, 30 of 2020
Skipping Logic Skipping Logic is a feature that determines which questions will be asked next based on how the previous question was answered. Skipping logic, also known as branching logic, allows you to customize test questions to the actions and answers of
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