Week 10 of Interaction Design for Web is complete. In week 10 I focused on creating a survey for the final round of user testing, on my full content prototype.


User Testing Round 2

This time for the final round of testing I decided to change the survey slightly so that all tasks would be included and required to complete, with the user rating each on the scale of 0 to 2. To ensure that there would be parallel to the previous survey and comparison of user results other questions are similar.


Tasks

  1. Read the latest post
  2. View a post and navigate to another post
  3. View a post in a category
  4. View a post in a style
  5. View posts for September
  6. View the about page
  7. View the privacy policy page
  8. View the Terms of Use page
  9. Use the search form
  10. Use the contact form
  11. Subscribe to the newsletter *

* You will not be subscribed to a real newsletter, this is for testing purposes only.


Survey Questions

  1. Which group best describes you?
    – University Student (aged 20-25)
    – Mother (35-44)
  2. What device did you use to visit the website?
    – Phone
    – Tablet
    – Laptop
    – Desktop
    – Other
  3. [Tasks]
  4. How would you rate the website overall?
    – Bad
    – Okay
    – Good
  5. What do you like about the website?
  6. What do you dislike about the website?
  7. What would you change to make the website better?
  8. Does the style of the website suit a stationery inspiration site?
    – No
    – Somewhat
    – Yes
  9. Is the layout clear and easy to follow?
    – No
    – Somewhat
    – Yes
  10. Is the text easy to read?
    – No
    – Somewhat
    – Yes
  11. Do headings stand out?
    – No
    – Somewhat
    – Yes
  12. Are buttons clear and easy to use?
    – No
    – Somewhat
    – Yes
  13. Is the menu easy to find?
    – No
    – Somewhat
    – Yes
  14. Is the menu easy to navigate?
    – No
    – Somewhat
    – Yes
  15. Can you find the website name and logo?
    – No
    – Unsure
    – Yes
  16. Can you find the header, content and footer?
    – No
    – Unsure
    – Yes

Creating Survey & Seeking Test subjects

I created the survey via Google Forms, which allowed multiple formats. Once the form was created I saught participants on social media that were within the market groups.

Next week I will look at the survey results and final modifications.