Work with real player data and be confident designing and analysing playtest surveys
Writing reliable surveys can be hard.
Feeling unsure how to write effective questions that uncover what players really think?
Not confident analysing raw data to draw reliable conclusions about game design decisions?
Unsure how many players you need to draw representative conclusions?
Had some experience with surveys in academia or other industries, but not sure how to apply that to game design?
Need evidence demonstrating you can run mixed-method playtests when applying to jobs?
Survey design can be a simple, repeatable process
Imagine being confident designing surveys as part of any quantitative or mixed-method playtest design
Easily combining qualitative and quantitative data to draw reliable game design conclusions
Confidently demonstrating your expertise in survey design when applying for roles, or testing games
Having experience working with real playtest data, and not being intimidated when faced with the real thing!
This course will allow you to master games user research surveys today
This is the only Professional UX Research course aimed at games user research and playtesting.
Led by expert user researcher Steve Bromley (Horizon, PlayStation VR, and many top IPs under NDA), whether you’ve never written a survey before, or just trying to convert your existing experience, this course will ensure you’re ready to write and analyse games user research surveys.
Work with real game data and be ready to test games at a professional level
In this course you'll work with real playtest data from indie games, and master:
when to use a survey to answer game development questions
How to translate team concerns into survey questions
Define and find the right players to do your survey.
Write unbiased and non-leading questions
- How to avoid launching surveys that players don't understand
Draw strong conclusions from qualitative and quantitative data
Share compelling results that lead game development teams to take action.
Practice with interactive activities to write questions, analyse raw data and create compelling game design conclusions.
Join our private online community to ask questions and get feedback from Steve as you progress.
On completing this course, you’ll be ready to deploy surveys throughout game development to make games better (and you’ll have the certificate to prove it!)