User feedback made easy

I take a lot of notes about articles I reading, and I find it sad to keep them for myself. So, I’m trying a new type of blog post to make this content available to you: the Chaos Nuggets! It’s a summary of the key elements I found in one or many articles, that you can apply right now in your own context. Hope you’ll enjoy this first one about user feedback!

You don’t need a lot of resources (nor approval from managers) to perform some quick & dirty user research and capture invaluable feedback to guide your activities, whether you’re a UX expert or a BA.

Setting up a UX Cafe might be all you need!  Some key insights from an article:

  • A light approach like the UX Café allows you to implement a workflow to run UX studies efficiently and regularly
  • Format: pop-up stand in areas where users are common
  • Format: make it regular so people know they can expect it
  • You can use the approach to align quick user tests with your dev team needs

Read the original article here:

Do you like what you’re reading?

Let’s keep in touch! Subscribe to my newsletter and be notified when I publish something new (about once a month). You can unsubscribe at anytime!
By submitting this form, your information will be shared with MailChimp, which I use to manage my newsletter.

Photo by Toa Heftiba on Unsplash

Add comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Your host

Eric Provost

Making sense out of chaos as a BA & UX specialist

Recent Posts

Recent Comments