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UI/UX Design Test

The UI UX design test focuses on testing concepts around wire-framing, prototyping, A/B testing, landing pages, and UI/ UX design principles. It assesses a candidate's product designing skills and their ability to create useful designs for feature requirements via scenario based questions.

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Test duration:  35 mins
Difficulty level:  Moderate
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Questions:
  • 14 UI/UX MCQs
Covered skills:
Design thinking
UX design principles
Wire-framing
Landing pages
Customer journey
UI fundamentals
A/B testing
User research techniques
Interaction design principles
Visual design principles
Information architecture
Mobile app design considerations
Accessibility guidelines and principles
UX writing and content strategy
Human-computer interaction (HCI) fundamentals
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The UI/UX Design Test helps recruiters and hiring managers identify qualified candidates from a pool of resumes, and helps in taking objective hiring decisions. It reduces the administrative overhead of interviewing too many candidates and saves time by filtering out unqualified candidates at the first step of the hiring process.

The test screens for the following skills that hiring managers look for in candidates:

  • Demonstrate proficiency in design thinking methodology
  • Apply UX design principles to create intuitive and engaging user experiences
  • Utilize wire-framing techniques to visualize and iterate on design concepts
  • Design impactful landing pages that effectively convey information and drive conversions
  • Understand and map customer journeys to identify pain points and improve user experiences
  • Apply UI fundamentals such as color theory, typography, and layout principles
  • Conduct A/B testing to optimize user experiences and improve conversion rates
  • Utilize various user research techniques to gather insights and inform design decisions
  • Apply interaction design principles to create seamless and intuitive user interfaces
  • Apply visual design principles to create aesthetically pleasing and visually cohesive designs
  • Create effective information architectures to enhance findability and usability of digital products
  • Consider mobile app design considerations such as screen sizes, touch interactions, and responsive design
  • Adhere to accessibility guidelines and principles to ensure inclusive and usable designs
  • Apply UX writing and content strategy to create clear and concise user interface copy
  • Demonstrate understanding of human-computer interaction fundamentals to create usable and efficient systems
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These are just a small sample from our library of 15,000+ questions. The actual questions on this UI/UX Design Test will be non-googleable.

🧐 Question

Easy

Delete item popup
Solve
We recently added the feature to enable a user to delete items from their dashboard. The feature was built on the request of a customer who needed it urgently, so the product engineer was the one who designed it, without consulting a designer. Can you review the design and recommend any changes if required?
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Easy

Music app design
Solve
We have hired a designer to create the design for our new music app. Can you review the design and point out the core issue? We are yet to add images, so you can ignore that aspect.
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Medium

Overwhelmed users
Usability
Information Architecture
Solve
Liam, a UX designer, is working on an app that allows users to learn multiple languages. The app provides language lessons, quizzes, progress tracking, and a community forum. Feedback from users revealed:

1. Users find it difficult to navigate between different features of the app.
2. Users feel overwhelmed by the amount of content in each language module.
3. Users appreciate the comprehensive nature of the language lessons.

Considering this feedback, which design approach should Liam take to address these issues?
A: Adding more features to provide a more comprehensive learning experience.
B: Simplifying the language lessons to reduce content.
C: Implementing a more effective information architecture and reducing cognitive load.
D: Incorporating more visual elements like images and animations.
E: Providing an option for users to customize their learning modules.
F: Integrating a voice assistant to guide users through the app.
G: Reducing the number of languages offered to simplify the app.

Medium

The Adaptive Anomaly
Adaptive Design
Information Architecture
User Research
Solve
Mike, a UX designer, is designing an adaptive website for a global retail company. The website should adjust to the user's behavior and environment based on screen size, platform, and orientation. While designing, he realized that the information architecture (IA) of the website needs adjustments. Given the following scenarios:

1. The website needs to accommodate a wide range of products and categories.
2. User research has indicated that a significant number of users are not technologically savvy.
3. A significant part of the website's audience accesses it on a mobile platform.
4. The company plans to expand its product range significantly in the near future.

What should be Mike's primary consideration for adapting the information architecture of the website?
A: Increasing the visual appeal of the website.
B: Improving the search functionality.
C: Reducing the number of products displayed on the home page.
D: Introducing VR features.
E: Prioritizing video content over text.

Easy

Video conference app UX
Solve
Sam is a freelancer working on a video conferencing app for one of their clients. They have created a few mockups. Could you help them choose which mockups they should send to the client?
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🧐 Question🔧 Skill

Easy

Delete item popup

2 mins

UI/UX
Solve

Easy

Music app design

2 mins

UI/UX
Solve

Medium

Overwhelmed users
Usability
Information Architecture

2 mins

UI/UX
Solve

Medium

The Adaptive Anomaly
Adaptive Design
Information Architecture
User Research

2 mins

UI/UX
Solve

Easy

Video conference app UX

2 mins

UI/UX
Solve
🧐 Question🔧 Skill💪 Difficulty⌛ Time
Delete item popup
UI/UX
Easy2 mins
Solve
Music app design
UI/UX
Easy2 mins
Solve
Overwhelmed users
Usability
Information Architecture
UI/UX
Medium2 mins
Solve
The Adaptive Anomaly
Adaptive Design
Information Architecture
User Research
UI/UX
Medium2 mins
Solve
Video conference app UX
UI/UX
Easy2 mins
Solve

Test candidates on core UI/UX Design Hiring Test topics

Design thinking: Design thinking is a problem-solving approach that focuses on understanding user needs, challenging assumptions, and designing solutions that meet those needs effectively. This skill is measured in the test to assess a candidate's ability to approach design challenges with a user-centered perspective.

Wire-framing: Wire-framing is the process of creating a visual representation of a website or app's structure, layout, and functionality. It helps in defining the user interface and understanding the flow of information. This skill is measured in the test to evaluate a candidate's proficiency in translating ideas into a coherent and organized design blueprint.

Landing pages: Landing pages are single web pages designed to capture leads or drive conversions. They are optimized for a specific marketing campaign or goal. This skill is measured in the test to gauge a candidate's understanding of how to create impactful and persuasive landing pages that align with user expectations and business objectives.

User research techniques: User research techniques involve gathering and analyzing data about user preferences, behaviors, and needs to inform the design process. These techniques help designers gain valuable insights into their target audience and make informed design decisions. This skill is measured in the test to assess a candidate's ability to conduct effective user research and apply the findings to create user-centric designs.

Interaction design principles: Interaction design principles guide the creation of meaningful and intuitive interactions between users and digital products. They focus on enhancing user experience through thoughtful design choices, clear feedback, and intuitive navigation. This skill is measured in the test to evaluate a candidate's understanding of how to create engaging and user-friendly digital interactions.

Mobile app design considerations: Mobile app design considerations involve understanding the unique constraints and opportunities presented by mobile devices, such as limited screen size, touch-based interactions, and varying network conditions. This skill is measured in the test to assess a candidate's ability to adapt their design approach to the specific requirements of mobile app interfaces.

Accessibility guidelines and principles: Accessibility guidelines and principles ensure that digital products can be accessed and used by individuals with disabilities. They involve designing inclusive experiences that consider factors like color contrast, screen readers, and keyboard navigation. This skill is measured in the test to evaluate a candidate's knowledge of accessibility standards and their ability to create designs that are usable by all.

UX writing and content strategy: UX writing and content strategy involve creating clear, concise, and engaging copy that guides users through the interface and helps them accomplish their goals. It also includes developing a content strategy that aligns with the user's needs and supports the overall user experience. This skill is measured in the test to assess a candidate's ability to create effective microcopy and content strategies that enhance the user's interaction and understanding of the product.

Information architecture: Information architecture is the practice of organizing and structuring information within a digital product to facilitate intuitive navigation and efficient access to content. It involves categorizing information, defining hierarchies, and designing navigation systems. This skill is measured in the test to evaluate a candidate's ability to create coherent and logical information structures that enable users to find what they are looking for easily.

A/B testing: A/B testing is a method of comparing two versions of a webpage or app interface to determine which one performs better in terms of user behavior and conversion metrics. It helps in making data-driven design decisions and optimizing the user experience. This skill is measured in the test to assess a candidate's familiarity with experimental design and their ability to analyze and interpret A/B test results.

UI fundamentals: UI fundamentals encompass the basic principles and elements of user interface design, such as layout, typography, color theory, and visual hierarchy. These fundamentals form the foundation for creating aesthetically pleasing and effective user interfaces. This skill is measured in the test to evaluate a candidate's grasp of the core principles and their ability to apply them consistently in their designs.

A/B testing: A/B testing is a method of comparing two versions of a webpage or app interface to determine which one performs better in terms of user behavior and conversion metrics. It helps in making data-driven design decisions and optimizing the user experience. This skill is measured in the test to assess a candidate's familiarity with experimental design and their ability to analyze and interpret A/B test results.

Human-computer interaction (HCI) fundamentals: Human-computer interaction (HCI) fundamentals involve understanding the psychological and cognitive aspects of human behavior in relation to the use of digital interfaces. This understanding helps designers create interfaces that are intuitive, efficient, and enjoyable to use. This skill is measured in the test to evaluate a candidate's knowledge of HCI principles and their ability to apply them in designing user-friendly interfaces.

Visual design principles: Visual design principles focus on creating aesthetically appealing and visually consistent designs using elements like color, typography, layout, and imagery. These principles help in conveying the brand's personality, organizing information, and guiding the user's attention. This skill is measured in the test to assess a candidate's understanding of how to create visually engaging and coherent designs.

Customer journey: Customer journey mapping involves visualizing and understanding the path a user takes when interacting with a product or service. It helps designers identify touchpoints, pain points, and opportunities for improvement along the user's journey. This skill is measured in the test to evaluate a candidate's ability to analyze and map customer journeys, and use the insights to create more meaningful and engaging experiences.

UX design principles: UX design principles guide the creation of user-centered digital experiences that are efficient, enjoyable, and aligned with the user's goals. They consider factors like ease of use, learnability, efficiency, and satisfaction. This skill is measured in the test to assess a candidate's understanding of how to design for optimal user experiences and meet user expectations.

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What roles can I use the UI/UX Design Assessment Test for?

Here are few roles for which we recommend this test:

  • UI Designer
  • UX Designer
  • Web Designer
  • Graphic Designer
  • Product Designer
  • Front-end Developer
  • Digital Marketer
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