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User Testing in Data Visualisation Pt. 1

Post by Lars-Ola » 2016-Mar-20 22:21

User Testing in Data Visualisation Pt. 1

https://stories.dataveyes.com/user-test ... .p3c3soyx1

Here is the first article of three-part series exploring how we perform user tests on datavisualisation interfaces and why it’s so important.

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How To Use The System Usability Scale (SUS) To Evaluate The Usability Of Your Website

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Jul-18 21:04

How To Use The System Usability Scale (SUS) To Evaluate The Usability Of Your Website

http://usabilitygeek.com/how-to-use-the ... r-website/

If your job depends on getting a definite answer to this question, then you should start using the System Usability Scale.

The System Usability Scale (SUS) was invented by John Brooke who, in 1986, created this ‘quick and dirty’ usability scale to evaluate practically any kind of system.

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Great Video: Usability Testing 3PO

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-May-24 22:50

Great Video: Usability Testing 3PO

http://usabilitylab.walkme.com/great-vi ... sting-3po/

This video is an example of an un-moderated usability test of a physical device. Un-moderated usability tests are excellent for determining how users interact with your product in the absence of guidance. The following participants are given the task of using a perforating machine.

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How to write better tasks to improve your usability testing

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Apr-23 21:24

How to write better tasks to improve your usability testing

https://userbrain.net/blog/write-better ... ty-testing

Usability testing is easy and you’ll get valuable insights even if you’re doing it for the first time. You can do almost anything wrong – as long as you get your tasks right, your usability testing will always work.

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Pilot Testing: Getting It Right (Before) the First Time

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Apr-19 22:51

Pilot Testing: Getting It Right (Before) the First Time

http://www.nngroup.com/articles/pilot-testing/

Pilot testing (a session or two before the real test) helps fine-tune usability studies, leading to more reliable results. It provides an opportunity to validate the wording of the tasks, understand the time necessary for the session, and, if all goes well, may even supply an additional data point for your study.

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Why Recruiting Can Make or Break a Research Study

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Jan-07 16:40

Why Recruiting Can Make or Break a Research Study

http://cruxcollaborative.com/why-recrui ... rch-study/

The most frequently overheard comment during any usability study is: “Huh. I would never have guessed that!” You might think that is the most common quote because we test a lot of sites that are confusing, but you’d be wrong. That quote comes from clients in the observation room. No matter the type of business or website, we hear that quote at least once per usability study. Why? Because no matter how long you’ve worked on the website or how much you know about the product or business: you are not your target audience. Neither are your children, your co-worker, nor your neighbor.

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The Right Test at the Right Time

Post by Lars-Ola » 2015-Jan-07 16:25

The Right Test at the Right Time

http://blog.abovethefolddesign.com/2011 ... ight-time/

"A/B testing is often spoken of as though in opposition to usability testing. In reality, the two types of tests answer different questions and serve different purposes. Both have a place in a project; in fact, they often complement one another."

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8 Usability Testing Tools When On A Budget

Post by Lars-Ola » 2014-Dec-14 23:58

8 Usability Testing Tools When On A Budget

http://usabilitygeek.com/8-usability-te ... -a-budget/

Setting up a successful company with sufficient funding is difficult enough. However, for many startup founders, tight budget constraints are a grim reality. Financial concerns plague most new CEOs – which partly explains why 50% of small businesses fail within the first two years.

There are numerous usability testing tools available. However, for the average entrepreneur, some of these packages are far too expensive. However, as we have said before, usability testing need not be expensive. Indeed, there are many other tools available for the budget-conscious business owner.

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Infographic: How To Use Usability Testing To Increase Your C

Post by Lars-Ola » 2014-Nov-23 23:13

Infographic: How To Use Usability Testing To Increase Your Conversions

http://usabilitylab.walkme.com/infograp ... nversions/

Conversion marketing is the process of turning site visitors into paying customers. Finding strategies for increasing conversion rates are important because many sites typically have low conversion rates if no special care is given to it.

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Rapid User Testing with Mechanical Turk

Post by Lars-Ola » 2014-Jun-25 22:53

Rapid User Testing with Mechanical Turk

http://fakecrow.com/rapid-user-testing/

When working with startups we are often treading new ground on new products and it is important to begin validating assumptions early and often. It also helps to have some data to back up our design decisions when presenting them to stakeholders. We’ve been experimenting with different methods for getting rapid user feedback and we’d like to share some of our explorations. We started out by researching the existing solutions on the market. There are a number of online tools available for remote user testing, and in fact there are enough choices that it can be a little hard to decide between them. So to narrow it down we had to decide what was most important.

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