Principal User Experience Consultant Ruth Ellison shares her thoughts on cognitive biases.
Usability testing is a research method designed to evaluate how easy something is to use by testing it with representative users.
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What is UX research? User experience (UX) research, or user research as it’s commonly referred to, is an important part of the product design process. Primarily, UX research involves using different research methods to gather information about how your users interact with your product. It is an essential part of developing, building and launching a product... View Article
Completing tasks is a common way of performing usability testing, so we’ve added new functionality to our qualitative research tool, Reframer, to support tasks.
Usability testing is a chance to evaluate a product by testing it with real, representative users. These sessions can give you great insight into how easy to use something is.
The equipment and tools you use to run your user testing sessions can make your life a lot easier. Here’s a quick guide.
Regardless of your experience, being able to reference detailed information on UX methods, techniques and tools will make your life much easier.
Usability testing is one of the best things you can do to give your product the best chance of success. Here’s a little guide we’ve prepared to get you started.
With remote user testing, you can conduct all of your tree testing, card sorting, first-click and usability testing online.
Whatever your note-taking method, collecting and making sense of your qualitative research can be a challenge.
Rounding up participants to test your website or application is a perennial problem for most UX research.
Organizations large and small need flexible, well-rounded tools to help conduct and communicate effective user research.