A Beginner’s Guide to Finding User Needs is a free/libre book about UX research with qualitative methods on user motivations, activities, and problems.
The book was written for UX researchers, UX- and product designers and product managers who want to create innovative, useful and usable products and features based on their users’ needs. The book’s style is conversational and includes many examples that demonstrate how methods are applied in practice.
You will learn:
- Planning your research project
- Involving team members in your research
- Recruiting research participants
- Interviewing, observing and co-documenting user activities
- Analyzing data to create guiding principles for product design
- Communicating your research with posters, slidedecks and reports