A lightweight report template you can use to present your user testing research findings. Designed to be simple and to the point, this is a report your stakeholders and clients will find easy to read.
There are 11 pages including:
- A cover sheet;
- Test outline;
- Test participant details;
- Executive summary;
- Bugs list;
- Sheets for key findings (including usability problems and positives);
- Post-test question responses;
- Full list of recordings;
- End sheet.
Set out in Keynote and available as a Google Slides presentation, you can customise the master slides as well as the content to create a report that looks as you wish.
This template has come from many years of UX consulting experience, and from a need to make something that is both quick to put together and for clients to be able to digest the important findings. This is what I use with my clients on a regular basis.
This is also an iteration of what I described in my article, 'How to write a user testing report that people will actually read': https://uxdesign.cc/how-to-write-a-user-testing-report-that-people-will-actually-read-652d15d2f92e
You will receive the Keynote template as a downloadable file and a link to the Google Slides presentation.
PLUS! I've also recorded a 12 min screencast video where I walk through the template so you can learn how to get the most out of it. Includes my tips on creating a great report. You'll get a private link to it on Youtube.