Good UX design requires knowing what your users are doing and thinking. You need to make decisions based on evidence not guesswork.
How do you get this evidence? This guide will explain 24 methods and ranks them by how often to use them in your design process. The focus is on helping those of you designing at startups or on a budget.
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The Evidence-Based UX Design Guide currently has 19 out of 24 methods. New methods are added every week and the easiest way not to miss out is by signing up for email updates.
Got something you want to add or think there's something that should change? This is an constantly-evolving project so give me an email on [email protected] and I can incorporate your feedback.