Roadmap for data-driven UX Design

In this project we are investigating which upcoming data-driven techniques are interesting for professional UX practice in the upcoming years. 

Objective

In this project we are trying to get more grip on novel data-driven design techniques like data-driven persona’s and usability mining and we are trying to estimate the potential of these techniques for professional UX practice. 

Results

We work towards constructing a roadmap in which we map out the potential for each data-driven technique in the upcoming years and identify barriers for adoption.

Duration

01 January 2021 - 01 August 2021

Approach

We start with an experiment comparing two data-driven techniques that are currently in use: A/B testing and biometrics. Next we project our learning from this experience to novel techniques for data-driven design. 

HU researchers involved in the research

  • Koen van Turnhout
    Koen van Turnhout
    • Professor
    • Research groups: Human Experience & Media Design
  • Erik Hekman | Researcher | Human Experience & Media Design
    Erik Hekman
    • Researcher
    • Research groups: Human Experience & Media Design
  • Simone de Droog | Researcher | Human Experience & Media Design
    Simone de Droog
    • Researcher
    • Research groups: Human Experience & Media Design

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Relevance of the project

Data-driven design contains more than A/B tests. In this project we map out the scope of the field. 

Collaboration with knowledge partners

Noldus information systems, Fabrique

Any questions or want to collaborate?

Koen van Turnhout

Koen van Turnhout

  • Professor
  • Research group: Human Experience & Media Design

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