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UX Research Report Deck Template by Laura Faulkner, PhD

Well-presented results spark quick and decisive action. Stakeholders need to know what to do, why to do it, and what they risk if they don’t act on what the data is telling us. They're waiting for the bottom line, so give them the bottom line first.
Change the order of how you usually report things, and include your expert point of view based on your findings and conclusions.
Use this deck template for your next UX research report to change your research reports today so that stakeholders act on them, now!

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UX Research Report Deck Template by Laura Faulkner, PhD

  1. 1. Title, Author, Date @laurafaulkner Title: This may differ from the original ‘working title’ that you gave the study. Use a title that speaks to what it means now Author: Yes, put this on the title page, even if you are reporting on behalf of a team - it’s required for context Date: Yes, put this on the title page, even if you believe the content will be evergreen - it’s required for context
  2. 2. The Question(s) @laurafaulkner Keep this simple, It will usually come directly from the goals and objectives in your test plan, assuming you identified those, up front
  3. 3. The Top 3 Recommendations @laurafaulkner
  4. 4. The step-by-step findings @laurafaulkner Say what you saw, not what you thought about what you saw
  5. 5. @laurafaulkner Conclusions Restate recommendations & supporting findings
  6. 6. @laurafaulkner Next steps
  7. 7. @laurafaulkner Participants & Method
  8. 8. @laurafaulkner Contact info

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