This one’s for the survey nerds! I’ve been slaving away for 50 responses!

On thursday, July 5th, 2018 I used SurveyMonkey for the first time to write and distribute a survey relating to parental controls on video game systems.

The 5 questions were designed to research awareness of and satisfaction with the tools afforded the parents of video game playing kids aged 5–18.

In part 3 I completed a competitive analysis on the parental controls of three gaming systems: Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

Now it’s time to turn my attention to the most basic UX research tool: the survey. I am going to spend some time addressing the what and…

It’s time for a full competitive analysis of the parental controls on Playstation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

Let it be known that I am aware this has probably been done many times and I didn’t borrow from anyone else’s research. I imagine it has even been done better

Read Parents vs. Videogames 1 for a minute-long intro.

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Initial UX Research Questions

How much control do parents currently have over their children’s gaming-habits and are they satisfied with their level of control or do they want more?

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J.P. Bowers

UX designer & researcher hoping to encourage thought & laughter wherever life might take me. @UnIinthemirror

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