UX maps can provide many helpful insights for your business, but as we've learned from Holly's fantastic UX Deliverables series (part 1 and part 2), there are many options out there and some may be more valuable to your organization than others.

That's why we made this short-but-resourceful quiz! Click the button below to find out which UX map can best solve your problem/opportunity and learn how great UX tools can be applied IRL. No email required and you can take it as many times as you wish to reveal all the answers.

Which UX maps will help you visualize opportunities to streamline your processes? Which ones help identify underlying problems with how your users interact with your product? Which maps are unnecessary for your needs to begin with? Take the UX map quiz to find out!

We hope this helps you understand more about UX maps and how they can be applied to your business needs. If you want to dive deeper into the UX deliverables we offer, check out our Mapping service and the different tiers available (with pricing!)


Start with: What problem are you trying to solve? 

One of the activities we work through revolves around refining your problem statement. A problem statement is the key business problem that needs to be solved. In software development, it states “what has to be done” for a project to succeed. It does not say, “how it has to be done.”

We use the 5W’s + 1 H format as well as the SMART Framework when establishing a problem statement. In fact, you can draft your own problem statement by using our free download. This download will get you thinking through some of the questions and answers prior to starting your project.

Download: Problem Statement
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