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Changing peer perspectives: The first step to designing better experiences

In order to create better experiences for your customers, your peers need to be in the same frame of mind for change. Read Nathan Shedroff's tips...

How can we reach internal users and get them excited about participating in user research?

Need to recruit participants for your user research from within your own company? Keep these tips from UX Agony Aunt in mind!

How to run fast and affordable usability tests with hard-to-reach, high-earning users

Recruiting participants for usability studies can be tricky, but there are ways around this hurdle. Read on to find out UX Agony Aunt's advice!

Tree testing in the design process — Part 2: The design phase

After explaining how tree testing fits into the research phase in part one of this series, Dave O'Brien now tells us where it sits within the design...

67 ways to use the Optimal Workshop Suite of user research tools

Got a spare few minutes to get creative with The Optimal Workshop Suite? Here's a list of 67 ideas to get you started!

3 ways you can use online surveys in your UX research

Online survey tools can help you with remote user testing and other UX research. Read on to find out how you can use Questions to complement your...

A snapshot of Optimal Workshop customers

We recently invited a number of our researchers to complete a survey in order to develop a wider snapshot of how people use our tools.

How to test paper prototypes with users

Paper prototypes are an awesome way to introduce research early in the design process. They’re cheap, useful, and testing them is actually kind of...

Tree testing in the design process — Part 1: The research phase

Every facet of design — research, information architecture, visual design, content strategy — affects everything else. Read on to find out how.

Card descriptions: Testing the effect of contextual information in card sorts

Card sorts are in essence a simple technique, however it’s the details of the sort that can determine the quality of your results.