Part 2: Before you begin

Before you begin, determining the key questions you need answered helps you set up a test that collects the feedback you need. This is Part 2 of a series of articles.

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Before you begin - Set your objective

  • A clear objective leads you to what tasks and questions to include in your test.
  • This also leads you to what information to share with your stakeholders.

This approach ensures that your test plan stays focused as you begin the more detailed activity of writing clear task instructions and questions for your users:

  1. Start with broad topics your test will cover, then drill down.
  2. Review analytics data to find any concerns or problems.
  3. Prioritize your objectives to focus on in your test.
  4. Turn each objective into 2 to 4 tasks and/or questions.



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