You have brainstormed your objectives, chosen your participants, designed your test, and conducted a run-thr0ugh. The day of your actual test has finally arrived. Soon you will have all the data about the usefulness of your website you can handle. Giving The Test Welcome – Be sure to make everyone feel at ease. Also make […]
The second step of conducting a usability test is to recruit participants. A common misconception is made between demographics and the objective of a usability test.
A description of the first step of a usability test with a few helpful suggestions for popular usability test objectives.
How well a visitor to your website is able to move around it and accomplish the tasks it was designed for will not only increase their likelihood of completing a purchase, but it will also determine how often they return, and increase the number of people they tell about your website. The best way to […]
A quick and inexpensive usability test recommended by Jared Spool.