Measuring User Experience

Tools for Measuring User Satisfaction

by Tom Tullis
Posted on February 15, 2009
Updated on September 23, 2017

Chapter 6 of our book, Measuring the User Experience, is all about "Self-Reported Metrics". Perhaps the most obvious way to learn about the perceived usability of something is to ask users to tell you about their experience with it. In many cases, how quickly or effectively users can accomplish some task may be less important than how satisfied they are with the experience. A variety of tools and services are available to help measure that satisfaction. These are just some of them that I'm familiar with. Of course, you can also use general-purpose online surveys to capture this information.

ForeSee Results
Gary Perlman's User Interface Evaluation Tools



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