Usability testing

Usability testing is a method to evaluate an interface of a product or service with real people. Ordinary people try to complete tasks and are being observed by researchers. The goal is to understand UI problems and experience flaws.

How to Conduct Usability Testing

Usability testing is a critical part of the user-centered design process. Cindy McCracken walks us through the essentials of effective usability tests.

Write Better Qualitative Usability Tasks

Write Better Qualitative Usability Tasks

Writing good tasks for a usability study is an art, not a science, but there are still rules. Examine your tasks for these 10 common task-writing mistakes.

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www.nngroup.com/articles/better-usability-tasks/?utm_source=Alertbox

How to Gather Feedback and Maximise Learning

Test Your Prototypes: How to Gather Feedback and Maximise Learning

Once you ha€™ve built your prototypes based on the ideas you and your team generated, it’€™s time to gather feedback from the people on whom you are testing these.

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www.interaction-design.org/literature/article/test-your-prototypes-how-to-gather-feedback-and-maximise-learning?utm_source=facebook

Downloads for testing sessions

Usability test script, Recording consent form, Checklists, List of things the facilitator can say while the participant is doing the tasks, Instructions for Observers, Hall Monitor’s Guide, Demo test videos.

Download here:
http://www.sensible.com/downloads-rsme.html

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