There are several reasons why all companies should engage in usability testing. Companies that don’t do usability testing get products that customers don’t want. This article will cover what usability is and how it can impact your business.
If you are not using the Kanban method to manage your work, it can be difficult to keep track of what projects are at which stages, and what and when you should be testing. Kanban is a simple, visual way to manage the workflow of your projects. Read to learn how Kanban methodology can help your company improve its software testing process.
One of the main purposes for using these usability testing methods is to optimize the overall website experience for the users and potential customers. Learning the key strengths and weaknesses between the two will help you choose the one most suitable for your use.
Usability testing is an integral part of building the most satisfying user experience for your target audience. However, choosing the best method is just as essential
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?
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.
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.
Prototype testing allows the product team to detect usability problems before they befuddle a single real user. Here’s our tips for using InVision and TryMyUI in tandem to get user feedback before you build.
A walk through the exact scenario and tasks we used for the UX Wars: Domino’s vs Pizza Hut usability tests, with commentary on why each was included and how we chose the wording.