Experiment Toolbox

Introduction
Experiment Toolbox

What is this handbook for?

It is often hard to think about how something could be tested. The experiment toolbox gives you 30 experiments to pick from. For each experiment, there is a description as well as criteria to help you decide if it is the one you need.

In this handbook

  • 30 experiments ideas: We combined 30 experiments to help you validate your hypotheses. It goes from the traditional survey to less known techniques such as “Imposter Judo” or “Picnic on the graveyard”.
  • How to pick the best experiment: We created a system that helps you to determine what is the most suitable experiment depending on the stage you are in and what type of assumption you’re trying to validate.
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Author

Albert Fourage

UX designer at LB*. Enthusiastic about building and delivering high value products to solve big issues. "Let's make digital products a piece of cake for our users!"

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