14 comments

  • Matt WalkerMatt Walker, 1 year ago

    This is solid. Good job.

    4 points
  • David ThornDavid Thorn, 1 year ago

    This is great, and I love the plug to other 'good' resources.

    3 points
  • Scott ThomasScott Thomas, 1 year ago

    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.

    1 point
  • A B, 1 year ago

    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.

    1 point
    • Quintin Carlson, 1 year ago

      Thanks so much, AB! I'll add both sourcing and how to run a session to my list of topics!

      1 point
  • Andrew C, 1 year ago

    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.

    0 points
  • Gerard Cadiach, 1 year ago

    Really good thanks!!

    0 points
  • Zsolt Istvan, 1 year ago

    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.

    0 points
  • Richard SisonRichard Sison, 1 year ago

    Mate, this is amazing! Instant bookmark.

    The suggestion for a site search is also a fantastic idea.

    Good job!

    0 points
  • Martin BavioMartin Bavio, 1 year ago

    Really, really, great resource. Congrats!

    0 points
  • Cristian MoiseiCristian Moisei, 1 year ago

    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.

    0 points
  • Connor McCormick, 1 year ago

    This might be one of the best things I've read on UX research! Thank you for sharing.

    0 points
  • Stefan TrkuljaStefan Trkulja, 1 year ago

    Subscribed.

    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).

    0 points
  • Hannah Nagel, 1 year ago

    Very detailed and informative guidelines. I especially like the part about evidencing your solution because constant questioning your product is what makes it better.

    0 points