With prototype testing in unmoderated studies, not only can you measure task success and fail, but also examine details of where testers clicked, failed, and more. To review a guided video, check it out.
For each prototype task, there is a result panel with summary highlights including the following data:
- Total participants: is the total number of testers that have completed the study to the end. Any incomplete studies will not be recorded as a response.
- Average time spent: is the average of time in seconds that testers spent on completing the task.
- Task success rate: is the percentage of testers reaching the final screen of the expected path. This includes both direct and indirect success rates.
- Direct success: shows the number of testers that have successfully followed the expected path to complete a given prototype task.
Click “See prototype details” to see a more detailed breakdown results of the prototype task.
The detail breaks down sessions into direct success, indirect success, and incomplete. Clicking on each tab will show details of each task completion category.
For each tab, you have the options to see the following:
- Summary view: to see aggregate view of the responses within a given task completion category
- By tester: to see individual responses within a given task completion category
- Average time spent: for a specific task completion category
- Clips available: indicating the screen recording or video responses that have been submitted together
Click maps: For direct success sessions, you can review click maps for each screen that is setup as expected path. Depending on the device screen size, you may have to scroll the Figma prototype.
Filter: You can filter and specify the click map results by dropping down the menu. You can select multiple items.
You can review click maps for each screen setup as expected path by navigating through different screens on the right hand side.
Indirect success and Incomplete
For both indirect success and incomplete sessions, you can review the paths testers took. Each row represents a path that a tester had. The numbers right to the user icon represents the number of testers that have taken the following path. You can horizontally scroll to see more screens.