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UX and NPS Benchmarks of U.S. Government Websites (2024)

We conduct most of our internal SUPR-Q® research on commercial websites in a wide variety of industries, but people who visit government websites also have user experiences. They need government websites to provide information (e.g., national park hours) and services (e.g., downloading a tax document). In general, government websites must work well for a broad

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Are Click Scales More Sensitive than Radio Button Scales?

Response scales are a basic type of interface. They should reflect the attitude of the respondent as precisely as possible while requiring as little effort as possible to answer. When collecting data from participants, some wished they could have picked a value between two numbers, for example, 5.5 or 6.5, which can be done with

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UX and NPS Benchmarks of Flower Delivery Websites (2024)

Mother’s Day is around the corner, and many shoppers will be turning toward online flower delivery services rather than visiting their local florist. Online flower delivery services continue to bloom because of the convenience, the wide selection, and the available personalization options. But when it comes to finding the right bouquet that is delivered fresh

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A Blueprint for Writing Survey Questions

Like with writing an article or book, it can be a challenge to sit down and write survey items. Few professionals have taken a formal course in survey development. Instead, most rely on their experiences or best practices. To help with the process, we wrote Surveying the User Experience. In this article, we take you

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UX and NPS Benchmarks of Banking Websites (2024)

Online banking is ubiquitous. Banking websites and apps are an integral part of our financial lives. They are no longer seen as merely nice-to-have features of a banking relationship. Consumers have come to expect the ability to do simple and complex banking transactions from their computers or phones. This digital transformation especially accelerated during the

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An Overview of Survey Sampling Strategies

Unless you plan to survey every member of your target population, you’ll need to work with a sample. But even in cases where you can survey everyone, you might not want to because of survey fatigue and costs. What’s more, most populations are fluid. There may be only a hundred users of a financial product

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Assessing the Reliability of UI Trap Cards

Would having a system for classifying usability problems be helpful to UX researchers and designers? Would it reduce the evaluator effect? Categorization frameworks have been around for decades, but in our experience, they haven’t seen a lot of adoption by commercial development teams. There are probably a few reasons for this: they might not be

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Defining and Finding Participants for Survey Research

You’ve decided to conduct a survey. Congratulations! Now it’s time to get into the details. In our experience, one of the most soul-crushing difficulties of running surveys is the process of defining and finding participants. In this article, we’ll go over some of the logistical details you’ll want to sort out before launching your survey.

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Do the Interior Labels of the SMEQ Affect Its Scores?

When trying to measure something abstract and multi-faceted like “User Experience,” you should be open to considering and assessing different measurement approaches. Some are popular and others are obscure. At MeasuringU, we’ve found that even when we don’t necessarily recommend a measure or method, we can often adapt aspects of it and apply them to

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