User Researcher Interview Questions

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Facebook Interviews

12 User Researcher Interview Questions and Reviews

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Google Interviews

8 User Researcher Interview Questions and Reviews

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Amazon.com Interviews

4 User Researcher Interview Questions and Reviews

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Aug 5, 2014

Interview Question for Quantitative User Experience Researcher at Google:

“How would you deal with a dataset that was too large to load into memory?”


Aug 2, 2014

Interview Question for User Experience Researcher at Google:

“How long is this process?”


Jul 3, 2014

Interview Question for User Experience Researcher at Google:

“I did not expect the phone interview would have exercise questions”


May 23, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Getty Images:

“Asked to design a UX study to get feedback on a web page (30 minutes to prep) and then run a usability session.”


May 17, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Amazon.com:

“The interview questions were reasonable. However, I think it is important to ask some good follow-up questions.”


May 14, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Google:

“They asked me to define some metrics for measuring fun and satisfaction for a mobile maps product. How would I collect the data etc...”


May 6, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at UserTesting.com:

“What have you been doing to familiarize yourself with current User Research trends? What is the process you would go through (step by step) in developing a research plan with a client through…”


May 1, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Aggregate Knowledge:

“Tell me about your background.”


Apr 25, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at LearnVest:

“Nothing was difficult or out of the ordinary. We discussed current projects and issues and how to work on them.”


Feb 18, 2014

Interview Question for Anonymous at Facebook:

“What would be your research strategy to solve a problem that is important to Facebook.”