This course builds upon the theory and practical skills learned in UX Research Fundamentals (UXR101) and teaches advanced research skills for the UX researcher.
The course is ideal for anyone looking to build upon their existing small sample (qualitative) user research knowledge, specifically, to begin using large sample quantitative research methods to validate their initial user insights.
Each theoretical module is followed by a practical workshop or activity where you will put the learning into practice.
You will learn
- Introduction to Quantitative user research methods.
- The role of both qualitative and quantitative research in understanding the customer.
- Techniques for quantitatively measuring the user experience.
- Converting qualitative study assumptions into quantitative enquiries.
- Frameworks for designing large-sample surveys.
- Creating useful (and “less-fluffy”) data-driven personas.
- Real-time customer experience data collection.
- Case studies: Segmenting personas by demographics, goals, attitudes and behaviours.
- Sample sizes and confidence intervals for larger sample studies.
- Tools, document templates and ready-to-go scripts.
- Open workshop
$660 (incl. GST) / attendee.
Please get in touch for group discounts or if you prefer to pay by invoice
Coffee, tea and refreshments provided.
Please bring your laptop. Let us know if you don’t have one and we’ll make sure we secure a loan laptop for both days
What past attendees say
“This course was instrumental to helping me change careers into UX properly. I was still in a transition phase from my old career and had just completed the General Assembly UX course. After the course, I got to work with the Mike and the Expiriti team on a live client project with a start-up. Mike’s incredible mentorship skills helped to take what I knew from my previous career and apply this to UX Research. I will always be grateful for Expiriti providing me with my first opportunity to gain practical experience in UX and giving me the confidence and a platform that I needed.”Zoe Murray, Senior UX Researcher