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Design Thinking Test
Test duration:
40
min
No. of questions:
25
Level of experience:
Entry/Mid/Expert

Design Thinking Test

Utilize this test to assess individuals for roles of a user experience designer, service designer, brand strategist, etc. It can even help you save hiring costs by 45%, and conduct training needs analysis.

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Design Thinking Test

What is Design Thinking?

It is a human approach to understanding a consumer's behavior on how the targeted audience engages with the product or service. It is a multi-tier, systematic procedure that includes empathizing with consumers, defining the problem, generating possible solutions, and prototyping and testing the solutions.  

Why Choose iMocha?

This skill test is designed according to EEOC guidelines to ensure bias-free talent decisions. Using this test, you can evaluate the candidates' and employees’ problem-solving, creativity, critical thinking, adaptability, and more.  

In fact, it also comes with AI-based reporting capabilities to help you assess and rank individuals better.  

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Test Summary

This assessment helps to screen candidates who possess the following traits:  

  • Critical thinking; inability to analyze complex problems, break them down into smaller fragments, and identify possible solutions  
  • Creative thinking; the potential to develop new ideas and approaches to problem-solving  
  • Iteration; ability to develop and refine best ideas through prototyping and testing  
  • Design skills; understanding of design principles and ability to create a visual representation of the ideas  

Furthermore, its proctoring feature ensures individuals take the test under controlled conditions and eliminates cheating risk.

Useful for hiring
  • Customer service representatives
  • Cashiers
  • Marketing Specialists
  • Software Developers
  • Administrative Assistants
Test Duration
40
min
No. of Questions
25
Level of Expertise
Entry/Mid/Expert
Topics Covered
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FAQ
How is this skill test customized?
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This skill test is customizable according to the requirement of your company's role. Using this test, you can assess individuals' primary and secondary skills in areas like wireframing, iterations, prototyping, critical thinking, and so on. You can also choose which question types to include in the test to make it more personalized.

What are the most common interview questions related to Design thinking?
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Some common interview questions related to this field include:  

  • What is a design sprint?  
  • How can design thinking be implemented in an organization?
  • What makes Design thinking different from project-based learning?
  • How do you approach making user personas?

If you are looking for a more custom set of questions, iMocha can help!

What are the required skill sets to work on Design thinking?
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Technical and Non-technical skills required to work in this field are:    

Technical skills:  

  • User research  
  • Prototyping  
  • Iteration  
  • New Product Development  
  • User Experience Design  
  • Wire Framing  
  • User Interface  
  • Design software  
  • Coding  
  • Agile Methodology  

Non-Technical skills:

  • Empathy  
  • Communication  
  • Problem-solving  
  • Research  
  • Operation  
  • Consulting  
  • Leadership  
  • Critical Thinking  
  • Creative Thinking