Download Free User Experience Templates To Use

Collaborate with others in Google Docs and Draw.io

I teach at General Assembly in Seattle as a Part Time UX Instructor. One task that pained me early on was watching students scour the Internet for templates they could use to do user research, create site maps, and record usability tests — especially documents that were free using collaborative tools. So I created my own. All of them use free tools like Google Docs or Draw.io as the platform, and I’m releasing them to the wild.

As a designer you should never create anything from scratch.

I may have “borrowed” some of these templates from other people. Additionally, some of the examples show what a Site Map can look like for common website patterns. Most importantly, they emphasize the research and usability testing portion of design, and are orientated to a lean approach of working with others.

I would love to hear your feedback so I turned commenting on. The list will continue to grow as I continue to teach.

Google Docs Documents

Draw.io Documents

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