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Everyone wants to make intuitive products. But you can’t really know they’re intuitive, if you haven’t tested them with actual users. So why don’t we user test more often? It might be because we think we’re lacking the time, budget, equipment or simply the knowledge to do it. But that doesn’t have to be true.
Tools and methods: Get to know 7 easy and affordable techniques to do user testing
Planning and prioritising: When and what should you test?
Tasks and moderating: How do you make sure you’re not leading users during the test?
Recruiting: How many people do you need to test with, and where can you find them?
Observation: How should you interpret what you see and take notes during a user test?
Analysis: How can make sure your usability findings lead to actual improvements?