Nadeem Khan’s Course Certificate: Data-Driven Design: Quantitative Research for UX

Course Certificate

The IxDF Course Certificate above is awarded to Nadeem Khan with a Top 10% Distinction in formal recognition of their coursework surpassing the rigorous benchmarks of exceptional performance established by the IxDF Educational Codex.

Nadeem Khan has mastered how to:
  • How to decide when quantitative research methods are appropriate.
  • How to apply statistical tests to quantitative results.
  • How to select and screen participants for quantitative studies.
  • How to conduct user surveys and understand the results.
  • How to conduct early design testing and understand the results.
  • How to use web and app analytics to understand user behavior.
  • How to conduct A/B and multivariate tests and understand the results.

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Nadeem Khan
Nadeem Khan
Principal Designer
Mumbai Maharashtra India
With 15+ years of UX consulting experience and a background in graphics, eLearning, and web design, I create engaging experiences aligned with user needs. I've worked with UN agencies, Alexion, Mondelez, and more. I lead IxDF Mumbai and Design coach.

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