Week 2 – Thinking like a UX designer – Shuffle Q/A 2

27. What are the benefits of following a UX design framework? Select all that apply.

  • UX frameworks promote iteration to design the right user experience.
  • UX frameworks focus on the user.
  • UX frameworks support creating solutions that address the user’s problem.
  • UX frameworks focus on earning the most money.

28. In which phase of Design Thinking would a designer learn more about the user and their problems, wants, and needs?

  • Test
  • Prototype
  • Ideate
  • Empathize

29. What types of platforms does a designer need to keep in mind when designing a product? Select all that apply.

  • Television (TV)
  • Mobile apps
  • Books
  • Desktop

30. Which of the following are best practices when designing for mobile experiences? Select all that apply.

  • Design for both directions a phone might be held
  • Create a smaller version of the desktop experience
  • Use familiar gestures like tapping and swiping
  • Reduce visual clutter

31. A user with limited vision is interacting with a mobile device. Software on the device allows the user to navigate and interact using their voice. What assistive technology does this scenario describe?

  • Speech assistant
  • Screen readers
  • Voice control
  • Alt control

32. What is user-centered design?

  • Design that predicts the needs of users and allows potential users to experiment with prototypes
  • Design that allows users to assist in creating a prototype of a product with their own personal knowledge of design
  • Design that focuses on the user’s story and emotions as well as the insights a designer gathers
  • Design that is data-focused and relies on trends and patterns to ensure a product will be desirable

33. Fill in the blank: A framework creates the basic structure that focuses and supports a problem that you’re trying to solve, like an outline for a project. UX designers use various frameworks to organize their approach to designs based on ____________ and the type of organization they work for.

  • their ability to multitask
  • the type of products they design
  • the design tools that they use
  • their interviewing skills

34. Previously, designers were primarily designing for a desktop platform. Now, they are designing for many different platforms and products need to adapt to whatever screen the user is on. What type of design helps designers accomplish this?

  • Responsive
  • Minimalist
  • Mobile
  • High contrast

35. What should you consider when creating an equity-focused product?

  • Accommodating the needs of users who are in the primary market segment for a product.
  • Accommodating the needs of users with disabilities
  • Accommodating the needs of users who have been historically excluded from the design process.
  • Accommodating the needs of all possible users, using a one-size-fits-all design approach.

36. Assistive technology includes any product, equipment, or systems that can enhance learning, working, and daily living for people with disabilities. Which of the following assistive technologies can help people with limited dexterity? Select all that apply.

  • Color modification
  • Switch
  • Voice control
  • Screen readers

37. Fill in the blank: Digital literacy refers to the ability to use information and communication technologies to find, evaluate, create, and communicate information, requiring both _____.

  • cognitive and technical skills
  • equipment and education
  • money and time management skills
  • knowledge and wisdom

Shuffle Q/A 3

38. What is the final step in user-centered design?

  • Evaluate
  • Understand
  • Design
  • Iterate

39. In which phase of Design Thinking would a designer come up with as many design solutions as possible?

  • Prototype
  • Test
  • Ideate
  • Empathize

Devendra Kumar

Project Management Apprentice at Google

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