A guide to analyzing and understanding users’ first impressions of your website using the 15-second impression test.
The Project Bundle is a package optimized for injecting user testing into smaller-scale or short-term design projects. Don’t just design; design with users in mind.
What’s next for TryMyUI? We’re building new user testing tools to solve the biggest challenges of usability testing – see what’s in the works!
UX Sprint is a new feature aimed at helping you engage in an iterative usability testing cycle that supports and builds on your design progress to measure the impact of your work and point the way forward.
The usability testing tools that are available to UX researchers and designers today make it possible to fit the whole user testing process, traditionally a very time-consuming activity, into a very tight timeline.
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.
Usability testing is important, but it can be hard to make time for poring over hours of video data. Can crowdsourcing usability analysis solve this dilemma? This is the question we set out to answer when we built UXCrowd, a voting-based platform for letting the users themselves identify the most critical issues of a website.
We ran a test with 30 users to see if the crowd’s analysis of an apparel website called Serengetee matched up with the site’s real usability issues.
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.
“I was expecting the button to be somewhere by the top, but I’ve searched all over and I can’t find it anywhere.”
That’s the gold mine spot – the problem happens, the user sums it up in a quick, perfect sound bite. It’s the quote you want to put in the report, the clip you want to show your team, the evidence that you need a design rethink. Keeping track of key moments like this is valuable, but when they’re hidden in 20-30 minutes of video, it can be easy to forget where exactly that sequence occurred…