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Maximizing Usability Testing in a Pared Down Project

Friday, July 31st, 2009

We all understand that times are hard right now. Finding the money to fund a project can be difficult and you will find yourself paring the project plan way down in order to

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Recruiting Agency + User Testing = Nirvana

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

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a lot of user testing here at Evantage. A typical project can have a few rounds of testing. It’s that love of creative solutions for complex problems that leads us to find out if users totally get it or if they are struggling to complete a ta

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sk we had all high-fived over when the prototype was initially designed. Lots of user testing ensures that we are certain that users will spend time on the site/application/device and find everything best cialis 5mg prices they need.

Performing all this testing requires users. Depending on the number of personas or profiles I create for a client this could be anywhere from 7-20 people for each round of testing. This doesn’t seem like much and clients often think that they can save the recruiting costs if they do it internally, but I find that hiring a recruiting agency to find users is more efficient and even cost effective in the long run.


The Five Minute Home Page Usability Evaluation

Thursday, March 26th, 2009
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p>A co-worker came into my office today with a printout of a prototype home page a friend of hers was working on. She was wondering if having this contact box on the home page was a good idea or not.

I don’t know when people will learn, but asking m

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e a yes or no question is a Bad Idea. I am not known for my brevity.

What came out of this was what was probably the world’s fastest home page usability evaluation. And in the time it took me to tweet about it, this friend had turned into a potential client. This led me to believe that this kind of ultra-fast evaluation might be a worthwhile business development tool.

So, here is what I did… but is this a repeatable process? Maybe, maybe not. Try it out and let me know.