A “homebase” that houses organized and categorized aspects of UX research, from project kickoffs to catalogued research
Company-friendly intro that allows others to easily see, explore, and find research used by you and your team
The “Software, tools, and resources” section includes templates for:
Housing shared logins and passwords for every tool
Documenting cross-functional processes between research and other teams
Research participant incentives
Screener surveys (with a guide and examples!)
Template for requesting a new tool or software for the research team
The “Continuous Discovery” section includes:
In-depth guide on best practices for interviewing participants
Full sample script for moderated discussion
Guide on research questions vs interview questions
“Interview Snapshot” that links to a template in Miro for observer note-taking during user interviews
The “Estimated Time for Deliverables” section includes:
A template for many types of UXR methods and how long they generally take (with steps included!)
The “Research Requests” section is questionnaire that is filled out by anyone who comes to you requesting research. It gives them the opportunity to give you as much context as possible before getting started.
The “Research Plan Template” is a fully-developed template for beginning a new research initiative
The “Research Project Kickoff” is a template for meeting with relevant stakeholders and gathering all info needed for a new project
The “Research Methodology Templates” includes outlines for documenting different types of research including unmoderated testing, moderated interviews, surveys, and more
The “Team Hypotheses” is a space for anyone in the company to share their assumptions + hypotheses about a given issue or project, regardless of what team they’re on!
The “Design Targets and Personas” is a space for you and your team to brainstorm the types of users who use your service.
There is also a** live dashboard of current projects and their statuses** (these are fully editable!) as well as one for tracking ongoing testing through a Kanban chart, and also a checklist for weekly priorities.
A research participant incentive tracker which allows you to document emails, participation dates, type of research method used, what incentive they chose or were given, the status of that incentive, and which project the research was conducted for
Finally, there is a dedicated section for catalogued research. ...and endless potential for you to make it your own!
Mastercard, Visa, Paypal, Apple pay & Google pay payments accepted.
Every template is review by our team
Access your template whenever you want.
How can I duplicate the template?
Once you're on the Notion page, you will have the button "duplicate" on top-right. Click on it and choose your workspace. Your template should be there in a few instants 🎉
Does this template works with Notion's free plan?
Yes. Every feature of this template will perfectly work if you are on Notion’s free plan.
What is a Notion template?
By definition, Notion templates are pre-built Notion pages that you can duplicate into your Notion workspace with a simple click. They can be simple pages or very advanced systems with multiple databases. Using templates can help you save time and hours of work to get started quicker with Notion.