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User Research in the Wild
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User Research in the Wild

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A short 15 minute talk I gave for User Research Friday on the topic of field user research and usability evaluation.

A short 15 minute talk I gave for User Research Friday on the topic of field user research and usability evaluation.

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  • 1. Evidence-driven design Evidence-driven designUser Research in the WildNick FinckNovember 19th, 2010 User Research Friday 2010
  • 2. Cafe TestingPhoto by David Haywood Smith
  • 3. Survey Reports
  • 4. Focus GroupsPhoto by Matt Ruecker
  • 5. Card SortsPhoto by Leandro Agrò
  • 6. Collaborative ThinkingPhoto by Arne van Oosterom
  • 7. Nice venues
  • 8. Food spreadPhoto by Paula Thomas
  • 9. Test Plan
  • 10. Testing hardware
  • 11. Interview Questions
  • 12. Test system
  • 13. Dual test systems
  • 14. User InterviewsPhoto by ekhereford
  • 15. Field testing software
  • 16. Stakeholder InterviewsPhoto by Keith Morris
  • 17. Personas
  • 18. Contextual InquiresPhoto by Benjamin Voss
  • 19. Summary Report
  • 20. Kickoff MeetingsPhoto by Kristin Farwell
  • 21. Paper Prototype TestingPhoto by Christine Sætre / NTNU
  • 22. Usability testing lab
  • 23. Testing environment & observation room
  • 24. Testing environment
  • 25. Scorecard
  • 26. Findings Report
  • 27. Tech
  • 28. Text Input Study
  • 29. Testing hardware
  • 30. iPad
  • 31. iPad/iPhone to VGA adapter
  • 32. Thank You!Nick Finck@nickfnick@blinkinteractive.comblinkinteractive.comnickfinck.com

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