The experience design skills test evaluates candidates in the context of how they design the overall experience that users have when interacting with a product or service including the user's needs, desires, and expectations.
Recruiters expect the experience designers to have a strong understanding of user-centered design principles and be able to balance business goals with user needs to create a seamless and enjoyable experience.
Multiple Choice Questions
Experience Designer defines the touch points of a product or service and how users and external factors will access, interact with and manipulate information. They design any experience, or new products, and develop marketing communication and even workplace policies for a better employee experience.
Candidates who do well on the test have good expertise in UX research, information architecture, visual design, prototyping and testing, and also work effectively with cross-functional teams and communicate design decisions to stakeholders.
Use these sample questions to evaluate skill and fit for the experience designer role before hiring.