Through industry experience UX Stories have built up expertise in a wide range of tools and methods. What they have in common is that they help to understand users needs. It also makes it possible to gain insight that helps create a user friendly product. UX Stories disseminate this knowledge through Workshops.

Workshops in:

  • Google analytics
  • SEO
  • Usability testing
  • User Research

Below are a selection of the tools you can learn to use in a UX Stories workshop:

The tools and methods are grouped under the product development cyclus phases that they typically will be best suited for.

Preliminary analysis:

  • Facilitate and analyze a focus group
  • Construct surveys and analyze the results of surveys
  • Conduct contextual interviews
  • Develop and use personas
  • Create tasks analysis

Concept phase:

  • Card sorting
  • Parallel design
  • Use cases and user scenarios
  • Guerrilla research

Prototype phase:

  • Make and use paper prototypes
  • Create and use Balsamique / Axure prototypes
  • Think out loud usability testing
  • Remote usability testing
  • Conduct eyetracking studies and analyze the results
  • Use chalkmark for testing an early prototype
  • Make an heuristisk evaluation
  • Conduct a web accessibility audit

Further development (product is always in beta!):

  • Use Userzoom and other unmoderated usertests
  • Set up clicktale and analyze the results
  • Establish a web analytics programe and analyze the results
  • Make a continuously survey programe in order to monitor the UX of your site


UX Stories can also put together workshops from the above catalogue – call at ph.:+45 61 33 40 49 and lets talk about how we can help you. You can also send us an e-mail to