Complete guide to usability: Conclusion
We've covered numerous topics and with this we are finalizing our Usability series. This is our conclusion, and we hope you've enjoyed the series.Read more
Usability: What is contextual inquiry?
This is a slightly different approach to user testing sessions. It involves you going to the user's location and watching them work.Read more
Usability: Introduction to data collection
You can write down comments about certain tasks, you can rate tasks numerically or you can combine both approaches.Read more
Usability: Interaction with the user – Part 2/2
During the main scenario part your most important goal is to re-create the situation that the user would have had in their "usual" environment.Read more
Usability: Interaction with the user – Part 1/2
Remember that the user is probably doing this for the first time and they can be a bit intimidated by the entire setting. Make them comfortable.Read more
Usability: Where should the tests be held?
Two most obvious choices are at the user's premises or at yours. Which you decide on depends on the context of use and the kind of feedback.Read more
Usability: Recruiting participants for usability testing
You can either try to find participants by yourself, or you can hire an agency. In any case, scheduling the testing is not going be easy.Read more
We are ready to set the studio on fire!
Two months ago, we moved to a new playground space. From 90m2 to 180m2. From 3 rooms to 6 rooms. From an apartment to a house.Read more
Usability: What is test scenario and how to design it
Here it is, third part of Usability series dealing with test designs. Once you know what the user should do, design the entire test session.Read more