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Understand Usability Testing

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Related Articles

There are 40 articles in our archive related to this topic. Below are 5 selected at random and available to all users of the site.

A maker of work scheduling software uses a telephone survey to meet varied information needs
TCS Management Group conducted a telephone survey with current customers of its TeleCenter System, which helps companies optimize work schedules. The study’s main objectives were to update its customer database, measure the level of satisfaction among software users and their managers, and determine the likelihood of attendance at the upcoming Users Forum.
Observational research in a focus group setting
To get in-depth information about the ways people learn to assemble, install or use a product, the author suggests using a focus group setting that closely replicates an expected usage site. The author’s research with this technique found a variety of mechanical abilities among participants as well as a wide range of expectations about the experience and the impact such expectations have on the learning experience.
User interface testing becomes accessible and cost-effective
User interface research and usability technology are useful tools for understanding how customers will respond to new software versions, but these methods can be quite expensive. This article discusses user interface testing and its less-expensive portable version.
Seven rules for observational research: how to watch people do stuff
Observational research is becoming a popular method, yet many clients are not comfortable with it simply because they don't know how to get value from watching people. This article discusses seven rules for observational research that will help client and moderator alike.
Customer improves Oregon utility's power outage reporting system
Portland General Electric used usability tests and focus groups to make the company's power outage telephone reporting system more user-friendly.

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Recent Articles

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Qualitatively Speaking: Seven things you don’t know about usability testing
The author offers tips for conducting more useful usability studies.
Get creative: Seven solutions to improve usability studies
This article outlines how seven research methodologies not traditionally employed in user experience research can improve usability studies.
By the Numbers: How to use research to measure an app's impact
Your company’s app is a critical link to your consumers. Here’s a quick look at measuring its effectiveness.
What qualitative and UX researchers can learn from each other
This article focuses on how user experience research is unique in the marketing research space and why qualitative researchers must understand the differences to succeed in usability testing.
How UX and MR can coexist and complement each other
Why don’t more market research professionals embrace user experience research?

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