Personal biases can affect every part of your usability testing research, from the setup to the analysis and implementation of the findings. What can we do to eliminate bias and see the user experience clearly?
How to use our new screener questions and our other special requirements features to find your target audience.
Happy New Year! As we roll into 2018, many of us are refreshing and reevaluating some of the personal goals that we set and perhaps struggled to keep last year. What kind of resolutions can we make as User Experience practitioners?
In a prototype or wireframe usability test, users require careful instruction to successfully navigate the limited functionalities. Read our techniques for writing tasks specially suited for prototype & wireframe testing.
Usability testing almost always uncovers some problems you knew about, and some problems you didn’t. The more you test, the better your instincts become for predicting how users behave and what they will understand or be confused by.
We’ve written lots of “how-to” pieces and “what-is-it” articles on the TryMyUI blog. In this post, we’ve collected them all up so you can easily find info on any aspect of usability testing, from beginning to end.
Remote user testing can turn your design agency’s outcomes from good to great, minimize the risks of bold design, and help to defend your decisions with your clients.
The tasks you write for your usability test will make or break the whole study. Here’s a look at how we wrote the tasks for our H&M and Amazon usability tests, including wording, pace, and strategy.
Watching just a few user testing example videos is proof to anyone that design isn’t about making things pretty – it’s about making things work for users and for the business.
Both SUS and PSSUQ are popular and respected psychometric questionnaires for measuring the user experience. Which one should you use for your usability study?