Be careful not to explain the reason for something, then asking “Does that make sense?” or “Do you agree?” Those questions shed no light on the participant’s mental model of your system
User Research with Prototypes: Asking the Right Questions
Dan Brown
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This is such a powerful “tool” and I regularly educate my team members about this technique. Designers always want to explain the thinking behind their work. Silencing this part of a designer’s brain during research is critical. Soliciting how a user thinks about what they see is way more important.

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