Quantifying the User Experience - Part 2

Following on from our previous installment this course explores more in depth methods of measuring data against pre-defined benchmarks using binomial & cumulative distribution techniques.

  • English
  • Last updated Dec 31st, 2016
  • Skill level: Advanced
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  • 9m 57s on demand video
  • 4 lessons
  • Certificate of completion
  • Watch on desktop, tablet & mobile

What will you learn?


  • Measuring data against pre-defined benchmarks using binomial & cumulative distribution techniques
  • Margins of error
  • Confidence levels in our data
  • Handling levels of uncertainty
  • One tailed and two tailed tests
  • Confidence intervals
  • Establishing sufficient evidence to support our data
  • Presenting this data in a digestible way to other stakeholders
  • Comparing a completion rate to a benchmark with both small and large sample sizes
  • Working with z scores
  • Working with p values
Who you'll learn with

Ed is a UX Designer with over 10 years experience working with a variety of clients including, Renault, Mastercard, Virgin and more.

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