Posts Tagged: usability testing

Here’s a few interesting tech, design, and UX articles we’ve come across so far this March.
Lessons learned from years of usability testing experience.
Booking travel is often a stressful experience. Here’s how we’ve helped our airline clients reduce that stress through UX research and design.
Join us February 1 for our first Ask Us Anything of 2017, where we answer your questions on incorporating user research into your organization.
After this course, you’ll have a firm grasp on different kinds of testing, what goes into planning and executing a test, and communicating results.
We’ve done a great deal of accessibility testing with users over the past few years, and have learned a lot along the way.
After attending this course, you’ll have a firm grasp on different kinds of usability testing, what goes into planning and executing a usability test.
You and your team have spent significant amounts of time and effort to build something you hope will achieve the goals you’ve outlined.
With unmoderated remote tests, you can skip travel and run multiple tests at once, but planning and analyzing the sessions takes time.
In many ways, Business Analysts and User Experience (UX) professionals are two sides of the same coin.