Not all insights are created equal. Share your most important ones with a highlight reel of your key user testing findings.
There is a popular sentiment in design: in order to make good work, you have to have taste; that taste is a fixed aspect of who you are. Just as taste can be applied to people, the labels good or bad often get applied to design work: “That’s just bad design.” But what if it’s not so simple?
To build a dream product, you must first build a dream team.
A powerful product team is comprised of 3 kinds of roles, product management, user experience, and engineering; and each is responsible in its own way for creating a great user experience.
Few things can convince a team member or stakeholder of the flaws in a design quite like watching users struggle with it first-hand. With the updates to our video annotation feature, pinpointing, cataloging, and sharing your usability research with the team is easier than ever.
“It’s easy to boil the job of UX Architect down into a single word like ‘design,’ but putting it so simplistically is only true in a very narrow sense. Design – elegant, usable design – is the end goal of the job, but what I really do for TryMyUI is to create a vision for the product.”
On July 23, TryMyUI hosted a webinar to talk about how to reach team synchronicity in an iterative UX design process. Ritvij Gautam, CEO of TryMyUI, joined by Jennifer Romano Bergstrom, UX Researcher of Facebook, shared insights on iterative UX and how to create an efficient team workflow. Here is a recap of the Q&A from the webinar.
In our team’s UX workflow, each member has a very defined set of skills and tasks to complete. When a project arrives, the workload is divided and every part of the team is responsible for meeting deadlines and delivering high quality products. We all work within 1 of 3 roles: UX Architect, Visual Designer and Front-end Developer…
On June 25, we hosted a webinar with TryMyUI’s Co-Founder and CEO, Ritvij Gautam, on collaborative UX workflows. Ritvij discussed the challenges common on UX teams and ways to achieve synchronicity through collaborative analysis. Here’s a recap of the live Q&A segment from the webinar.
How can you make usability research relevant to all of your stakeholders without bogging the whole team down in a morass of data?
An efficient team UX workflow must engage every stakeholder with the data at the appropriate level of involvement and achieve the goals of all involved, as well as the team as a whole.