Unit 2 – UX/UI Research: Reflection and Discussion Questions

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  • Unit 2 – UX/UI Research: Reflection and Discussion Questions

    Posted by Justice on June 22, 2021 at 5:48 pm

    1. What are your three most important takeaways from Unit 2?

    2. What would you do differently to improve your learninhttps://247learningcenter.org/groups/ux-ui-design/forum/topic/unit-1-ux-ui-design-overview-reflection-and-discussion-questions/g and performance with Unit 2?

    3. How would you improve this unit for the next learner completing it?

    4. What surprised you the most about Unit 2?

    Geneva replied 6 months ago 3 Members · 5 Replies
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  • Bridget

    Member
    September 11, 2021 at 10:15 am

    1. My most important takeaways were the importance of bias and how to avoid it. Also, how to present my findings from my research. And lastly, what kind of questions to ask in a survey and interview.

    2. I would have spent more time researching bias for the discussion assignment.

    3. To improve this for the next learner, I would have made the instructions more clear for the survey and interview. I was a little confused at times on how in depth I should go or what exactly I should be focusing on.

    4. There was nothing that surprised me too much from Unit 2.

  • Geneva

    Member
    May 22, 2022 at 12:21 am

    1. What are your three most important takeaways from Unit 2?

    The three most important takeaways are:

    * Problem statements should not contain a solution.

    * The four steps of user research synthesis are collecting and organizing the data, mining the data, sorting and grouping data, and identifying insights.

    * There are 6 types of biases. They are confirmation bias, false consensus bias, primacy bias, recency bias, implicit bias, and sunk cost fallacy.

    2. What would you do differently to improve your learning and performance with Unit 2?

    I would watch the support videos and space out my course assignments more so I can process the lessons from Unit 2.

    3. How would you improve this unit for the next learner completing it?

    I would improve this unit by providing a video that identifies each type of research bias that a UX designer/researcher would face in the user research stage of the design process.

    4. What surprised you the most about Unit 2?

    I was surprised that designers and researchers use informal discussions with users to get an insight into their internal biases when researching and purchasing products.

  • Geneva

    Member
    May 22, 2022 at 12:25 am

    1. What are your three most important takeaways from Unit 2?

    The three most important takeaways are:

    * Problem statements should not contain a solution.

    * The four steps of user research synthesis are collecting and organizing the data, mining the data, sorting and grouping data, and identifying insights.

    * There are 6 types of biases. They are confirmation bias, false consensus bias, primacy bias, recency bias, implicit bias, and sunk cost fallacy.

    2. What would you do differently to improve your learning and performance with Unit 2?

    I would watch the support videos and space out my course assignments more so I can process the lessons from Unit 2.

    3. How would you improve this unit for the next learner completing it?

    I would improve this unit by providing a video that identifies each type of research bias that a UX designer/researcher would face in the user research stage of the design process.

    4. What surprised you the most about Unit 2?

    I was surprised that designers and researchers use informal discussions with users to get an insight into their internal biases when researching and purchasing products.

    -Geneva Royer1

  • Geneva

    Member
    May 22, 2022 at 12:26 am

    1. What are your three most important takeaways from Unit 2?

    The three most important takeaways are:

    * Problem statements should not contain a solution.

    * The four steps of user research synthesis are collecting and organizing the data, mining the data, sorting and grouping data, and identifying insights.

    * There are 6 types of biases. They are confirmation bias, false consensus bias, primacy bias, recency bias, implicit bias, and sunk cost fallacy.

    2. What would you do differently to improve your learning and performance with Unit 2?

    I would watch the support videos and space out my course assignments more so I can process the lessons from Unit 2.

    3. How would you improve this unit for the next learner completing it?

    I would improve this unit by providing a video that identifies each type of research bias that a UX designer/researcher would face in the user research stage of the design process.

    4. What surprised you the most about Unit 2?

    I was surprised that designers and researchers use informal discussions with users to get an insight into their internal biases when researching and purchasing products.

    -Geneva Royer

  • Geneva

    Member
    July 29, 2022 at 5:02 pm

    Research is an ongoing process.