UX Design Skill Test

Skill summary

UX design skill test measures how a candidate optimizes the interaction between humans and products in terms of digital ergonomics (aesthetics and performance). As customer advocates, they explore paths to enhance the customer’s experience. However, they do not work for the visual design of a product.

Using a combination of design thinking, UI, and UX processes, candidates create innovative, user-friendly interfaces that meet the needs of both users and businesses.


Multiple Choice Questions


10 min






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Why we created this test

This test evaluates candidates’ proficiency in key areas such as user research, information architecture, interaction design, visual design, usability testing, and prototyping.

Candidates who do well on the UX design skill test have a good grasp of creating user-centered, effective, and engaging designs in areas like ser research, information architecture, interaction design, and usability testing.

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Skills evaluated

UX designers need to have certain competencies to do their job well. The skills that they should have are:
Strong expertise in UX writing, high fidelity and visual design, and user research
Panache for project management practices like Agile and Scrum
Hands-on experience in wireframing, and UI prototyping
User empathy, analytics and communication skills
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Related roles

Use the UX design skill test to hire for these roles:
Interaction Designer
UX Researcher
UX Architect
Experience Designer
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Science-backed questions for hundreds of roles

Use these sample questions to evaluate skill and fit for the UX designer role before hiring.

1. The recommended number of participants for an exploratory UX interview is
  • Same as in Usability testing 
  • Same as in Quantitative studies 
  • Dependent on the breadth of research goals 
  • Dependent on the size of the target audience 
  • None of these 
2. An example of Campbell’s law is ______
  • Shoppers with niche needs that make up high aggregated sales volume 
  • Begging customers for high ratings 
  • Small number of web pages getting high page views 
  • Golden-ratio proportions followed by most webpage layouts 
  • None of these 
3. ______ is a part of the UX design
  • Interaction design 
  • Visual design 
  • Information Architecture 
  • Financial planning 
  • None of these 
4. ______ is reduced by the haptic feedback system of Interaction design
  • Confusion 
  • Congestion 
  • Conviction 
  • Coincidence 
  • None of these 
5. An essential element of UX design is______
  • Interaction design 
  • Visible design 
  • Information Architecture 
  • User Research 
  • None of these 

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