UI Design Skill Test

Skill summary

The UI design skill test evaluates the candidates on their ability to design the visual elements of a digital product or website, including buttons, icons, typography, and color schemes. UI designers closely with UX designers and developers to ensure that the visual design of the product is consistent with the overall user experience.

Additionally, UI designers should have a strong foundation in graphic design and be comfortable working with design software and web development technologies. 


Multiple Choice Questions


10 min






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Why we created this test

UI designers who take the test are assessed in the areas of graphic design, design tools, UI prototyping, and web development.

Candidates who perform well on the UI design skill test will have a good grasp of basic and advanced skills such as Sketch, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Figma, InVision, or Marvel and come up with creative solutions that align with the user experience and the product goals.

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Skills evaluated

UI designers need to have certain competencies to do their job well. The skills that they should have are:
Flair for creativity and design elements like color gradients, font styles
Technical prowess in HTML5, CSS/SASS and template engines
Experience in client-side JavaScript and screen-level event AJAX interaction
Collaborate with engineers for pixel-perfect codes for designs
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Related roles

Use the UI design skill test to hire for these roles:
Visual Designer
UI Strategist
Content Strategist
UI Innovator
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Science-backed questions for hundreds of roles

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

1. ____ is not a user interface design process
  • User, task, and environment analysis and modeling 
  • Interface design 
  • Knowledgeable, frequent users 
  • Interface validation 
  • None of these 


2. ______ consists of data, architectural, interface, and procedural representations of the software
  • Mental image 
  • User's model 
  • Design model 
  • System image 
  • None of these 
3. ______ interface design principles reduce the user’s memory load
  • Define intuitive shortcuts 
  • Disclose information in a progressive fashion 
  • Establish meaningful defaults 
  • Provide an online tutorial 
  • All of these 
4. Interface consistency refers to _____
  • Each application has its own distinctive appeal 
  • Input mechanisms remain the same throughout the application 
  • Visual information is organized according to design standards 
  • Context-sensitive navigational methods 
  • Both B and C 


5. ______ is not a part of the user interface design processes
  • Cost estimation 
  • Interface validation 
  • Interface construction 
  • User and task analysis 
  • None of these 

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