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Intro to Usability (UX) Testing
Intro to Usability (UX) Testing
Intro to Usability (UX) Testing
Intro to Usability (UX) Testing
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Intro to Usability (UX) Testing
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Intro to Usability (UX) Testing
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Intro to Usability (UX) Testing

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101 for professionals interested in learning more about User Experience testing.

101 for professionals interested in learning more about User Experience testing.

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  • Hi Jake, great presentation! I've been doing some digging into UX testing (disclaimer: specifically related to how our software can improve UX testing). I would love to connect and maybe compare notes on where the field is moving. If you have a minute, please email me at: emily@showkit.com

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  • 1. to
  • 2. Source: semanticstudios.com
  • 3. Build the next-gen cheese grater. scenario:
  • 4. “I want it to be unique, like the iPhone… this thing needs to ROCK.” mr. executive:
  • 5. lol, no
  • 6. “Sales are terrible, I need you to find out why. Maybe we should add a touch screen.” mr. executive:
  • 7. “Here’s a novel idea: why don’t we talk to our user, watch how they use it, and find out why they don’t like it.” ux architect:
  • 8. “I love the style, rock on.” (as she snaps the guitar in half with a block of sharp cheddar) ms. user:
  • 9. observations: •  Trouble holding the grater. •  Displeased huff scraping grated cheese off of the cutting board. •  “The grating surface is too small! The cheese I buy is like, four times this big.”
  • 10. Source: akendi.ca
  • 11. Much better
  • 12. I’ve been amazed at how often those outside the discipline of design assume that what designers do is decoration. Good design is problem solving. JeffVeen
  • 13. Source: xkcd.com
  • 14. How easy is it for users to accomplish basic tasks the first time they encounter a design? learnability
  • 15. Once users have learned the design, how quickly can they perform tasks? efficiency
  • 16. When users return after a period of not using a design, how quickly can they perform tasks? memorability
  • 17. How many errors do users make, how severe are these errors, and how easily can they recover from the errors? errors
  • 18. How pleasant is it to use the design? satisfaction
  • 19. investigation ideation design user testing
  • 20. A primarily qualitative UX activity used to evaluate a product by testing it with real users. ux testing
  • 21. •  Generally 3-5 participants per user-type. •  Lo/mid/high-fidelity or finished product. •  Possibly competitive or comparative. test setup
  • 22. Source: nngroup.com
  • 23. Centered around observing user behavior. User-provided feedback is secondary data. ux testing is…
  • 24. Task-based. ux testing is…
  • 25. One-on-one. ux testing is…
  • 26. A fantastic consensus builder. ux testing is…
  • 27. Iterative. ux testing is…
  • 28. “Think-aloud.” ux testing is usually…
  • 29. An eye-tracking study. ux testing is sometimes…
  • 30. Passively moderated, sometimes actively moderated. ux testing is sometimes…
  • 31. Conducted with the facilitator in the room with the participant, sometimes in a control room. ux testing is sometimes…
  • 32. •  In-lab •  On-site •  Remote •  Unmoderated ux testing is sometimes…
  • 33. A validation technique. Test early and often—formative, not summative. ux testing isn’t…
  • 34. About testing your users. ux testing isn’t…
  • 35. •  Contextual Inquiry •  User modeling •  Journey mapping •  Card Sort •  Tree Test •  Preference testing •  Design studios •  Heuristic evaluation •  A/B testing •  User diaries •  Surveys •  Focus groups other ux activities
  • 36. h"p://linkedin.com/in/jaketruemper truemper@gmail.com   QUESTIONS? @trump29  

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