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user testing on a diet.
user testing on a diet.
     it’s all about losing weight.
Usability: The extent to which a product
    can be used by specified users to
       achieve specified goals with
       ...
Usability: The extent to which a product
    can be used by specified users to
       achieve specified goals with
       ...
Usability: The extent to which a product
    can be used by specified users to
       achieve specified goals with
       ...
Usability: The extent to which a product
    can be used by specified users to
      achieve specified goals with
effectiv...
Wait. There’s more.
The bigger picture.
UX. User Experience.
user experience




      Usable
user experience



Findable            Accessible




           Usable
user experience



    Findable     Desirable          Accessible




          Valuable            Credible




         ...
6 elements of ux.
Skip the definitions. Call it whatever you
like. This presentation could be about usability
testing, user testing, ux test...
“We’re going to test our website
next year. We planned a full week
  of lab tests to find all usability
   issues of our n...
Sure...
“We’re going to test our website
next year. We planned a full week
  of lab tests to find all usability
   issues of our n...
It’s probably more
      like this...
“We might be able to find some time (and
     budget) next year to test our recently
launched website. Probably not. And i...
No worries...
We understand.
User testing is
 important.
User testing is
 important.
Time consuming.
User testing is
      important.
Time consuming. Expensive.
User testing is important.
Time consuming. Expensive.
     And difficult too.
big, heavy and slow




      CC: Original picture by MrFink
diet testing.
right foods,
 regularity,
 & support.
right tools,
regularity,
& support.
right tools,
regularity,
& support.
right tools:
fresh, variation,
   small bites.
fresh,
  Take a fresh approach on testing. Look for
simple ways to collect and process user data.
variation,
Expand your toolbox. Combine methods
 to learn about behavior and attitude.
Some suggestions to expand your toolbox.
small bites,
Limit the size of your tests. It helps you (and
     your participants) to stay focused.
right tools,
regularity,
& support.
Create habits. Embed simple
   tests and analysis in your
design & development cycles.
Create a (flexible) framework.
right tools,
regularity,
& support.
You’re not alone.
Involve the people around you.
 Ask for input and share insights
    with simple deliverables.
Check out usabilla.com and Follow us on Twitter @usabilla
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User testing on a diet

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Remove the weight of user testing. Make user testing as light weight as possible, to embed it in your design processes without slowing down your development.

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User testing on a diet

  1. user testing on a diet.
  2. user testing on a diet. it’s all about losing weight.
  3. Usability: The extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency and satisfaction in a specified context of use. Definition: ISO 9241-11
  4. Usability: The extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency and satisfaction in a specified context of use.
  5. Usability: The extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency and satisfaction in a specified context of use.
  6. Usability: The extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency and satisfaction in a specified context of use.
  7. Wait. There’s more.
  8. The bigger picture.
  9. UX. User Experience.
  10. user experience Usable
  11. user experience Findable Accessible Usable
  12. user experience Findable Desirable Accessible Valuable Credible Usable Based on Peter Morville’s UX Honeycomb
  13. 6 elements of ux.
  14. Skip the definitions. Call it whatever you like. This presentation could be about usability testing, user testing, ux testing, conversion rate optimization, or even analytics. It’s simply about involving users.
  15. “We’re going to test our website next year. We planned a full week of lab tests to find all usability issues of our new redesign.” Mr. X
  16. Sure...
  17. “We’re going to test our website next year. We planned a full week of lab tests to find all usability issues of our new redesign.”
  18. It’s probably more like this...
  19. “We might be able to find some time (and budget) next year to test our recently launched website. Probably not. And if we do, we already spent way too much on our new redesign (which is, by the way, the best thing we ever built)” Mr. X
  20. No worries...
  21. We understand.
  22. User testing is important.
  23. User testing is important. Time consuming.
  24. User testing is important. Time consuming. Expensive.
  25. User testing is important. Time consuming. Expensive. And difficult too.
  26. big, heavy and slow CC: Original picture by MrFink
  27. diet testing.
  28. right foods, regularity, & support.
  29. right tools, regularity, & support.
  30. right tools, regularity, & support.
  31. right tools: fresh, variation, small bites.
  32. fresh, Take a fresh approach on testing. Look for simple ways to collect and process user data.
  33. variation, Expand your toolbox. Combine methods to learn about behavior and attitude.
  34. Some suggestions to expand your toolbox.
  35. small bites, Limit the size of your tests. It helps you (and your participants) to stay focused.
  36. right tools, regularity, & support.
  37. Create habits. Embed simple tests and analysis in your design & development cycles. Create a (flexible) framework.
  38. right tools, regularity, & support.
  39. You’re not alone. Involve the people around you. Ask for input and share insights with simple deliverables.
  40. Check out usabilla.com and Follow us on Twitter @usabilla

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