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Available languages:
English, Dutch, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazil), Japanese, Italian, Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Polish

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Administration time:

10 minutes

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Difficulty level:


Intermediate

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Number of questions:


15 questions per test, 69 in the test bank

Scoring benchmarks

Benchmarks are available for various education levels (ranging from some high school education to Master’s degree or higher), business functions (from administrative to software development), and seniority levels (junior to senior).

Psychometric properties of the UX/UI Design test

The metrics reported below are based on a sample size (N) of at least 1,000 candidates unless indicated otherwise.

Reliability: Cronbach’s alpha coefficient = .66

Face validity: Candidates rated this test as accurately measuring their skills (average score of 3.91 out of 5.00).

Criterion-related validity: Candidates with higher scores on this test received higher average ratings from the hiring team during the selection process (r = .31).

For an in-depth look at interpreting test fact sheets, please read our Science series articles:

How to interpret test fact sheets (part 1): Reliability

How to interpret test fact sheets (part 2): Validity

For an explanation of the various terms, please refer to our Science glossary.

Use these tests with the UX/UI Design test

We believe that multi-measure testing is essential in a holistic hiring process because it examines the candidate as a whole, including technical skills, soft skills, and personality. Below are some tests we recommend using alongside the UX/UI Design test.

Attention to detail (visual)

This attention to detail (visual) test evaluates candidates’ ability to pay attention to visual details and information. This online skills assessment helps you identify candidates who can pay close attention to visual cues and can handle visual material carefully and thoroughly. The attention to detail test is designed by a subject matter expert to screen candidates who can find differences in images and match identical images. It also assesses candidates’ ability to distinguish small details in an image and to identify patterns. You can send this online attention-to-detail (visual) assessment to your prospective job applicants and screen them objectively before inviting them to an interview.
10 min

Figma

This Figma test evaluates candidates’ technical knowledge of the software and their ability to create designs that prize UX/UI using Figma’s design system. This test helps you identify designers who are well-versed in Figma and use it effectively.
10 min

Time management

The time management test evaluates candidates’ ability to manage their time well in a professional environment. Through typical workplace scenarios, this test assesses how well candidates can prioritize, plan, execute, and reflect on tasks and projects.
9 min

Communication

This online communication skills test assesses your candidates’ skills in communicating clearly and effectively using professional etiquette. This English communication skills test assesses candidates in both written and verbal communication, as well as non-verbal cues and active listening.
8 min

Use TestGorilla to discover top candidates

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