How User Experience Research can be Applied in Various Business Sectors

User Experience Research has found so many applications in business in recent times as more businesses are adopting a customer-centric approach to solving problems and proffering solutions to real user needs. In this article, we examine how user experience research can be applied in various business sectors. We will use the acronym UX throughout the rest of this article to represent User Experience.

  1. BizTech- UX Research is one of the best ways businesses increase adoption for their product, reduce churn and maximize returns per user. User Research helps to empathize and address the actual needs of users in the design of their service or products.
  2. FinTech: FinTech Industries apply UXResearch skills and knowledge when creating apps. FinTech companies use UX Research and strong design to differentiate their products from competitors, therefore giving them a competitive advantage
  3. Marketing: User Experience is an important factor for customer growth, it also determines the retention of customers or clients.
  4. HealthTech: Healthcare industries incorporate UX Research when launching healthcare mobile apps or websites. Due to good UX Research and UX design, patients have been able to easily use these apps to see a doctor virtually, book appointments, order drugs and so on. This has increased the growth of mobile apps and websites for the healthcare industry.
  5. AgriTech: Expertise in UX Research and User interface development is important for building successful applications, websites and software. Due to better UX Research, farmers have been to track weather reports, buy seeds for harvesting, track soil reports and a few other things. UX Research has also led to an increase in investments made in the Agritech industry

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How to Carry Out User Experience Research

There are 2 methods to do this, they are the qualitative and the quantitative research.

Quantitative Research

When you hear quantitative, what comes to your mind is numbers and it is no different here, the qualitative method of UX research focuses on numbers and mathematical calculations and it is also called the statistical method.

The qualitative research is primarily exploratory and is used to quantify the problem using mathematical methods to generate data. Common user research experience methods that can provide quantitative data are surveys, click test, A/B tests, eye tracking studies, heat mapping, web analytics and systematic observations

Qualitative Research

Qualitative research on the other hand collects data you cannot measure, the data is mostly descriptive, and it is often used to explain why things are happening. Qualitative Research is simply a direct assessment process based on observation. Since qualitative data can’t be measured, it has to be interpreted by the User experience researcher

Common User Research experience methods that can provide qualitative data are usability tests, interviews, focus groups, guerrilla testing, field studies, card sorting.

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