How to Automate UX Reporting & Analysis
Time is money, as the old adage goes; save both by automating your data collection and being able to export reports with the click of a button. Perfect for agile sprints where hypotheses are tested with users and iterations developed in a short time frame.
How to Conduct a Screenshot Click Test
Screenshot click tests are a quick and simple way to test static images to see where users would click. This can be used to validate site design, as well as test wireframe prototypes, by asking participants questions such as, “Where would you click to […].”
Staying Up to Date with Startups: Optimizing the Product Hunt Mobile User Experience
A mention on Product Hunt is considered by many entrepreneurs to be a sign that their startup or product has a strong chance of making it. The site’s design, careful information architecture, and selected usability features do a great job of helping users to focus in an environment that contains a high volume of information.
How to Nail Down a Winning Site Navigation by Combining Research Methods
Designing delightful web experiences requires a combination of visually appealing interfaces and an information architecture (IA) that is easy to navigate. Testing navigation structures early in the interface design process ensures a sound IA.
How to Improve Content Findability and Optimize Information Architecture with a Tree Test
Testing a site structure derived from card sorting is an important step in the web design process. Join Sneha Kanneganti, UX Researcher at UserZoom, in this webinar to learn how to test your site structure with tree testing, a necessary IA method which isn’t widely discussed.
How to Create an Online Card Sorting Study to Optimize Information Architecture
Having a website structure that doesn’t match user’s mental model results in an unsatisfactory user experience and visitor drop off. View this webinar on-demand to learn about online card sorting best practices and to dive into card sort set-up in UserZoom.
UX Design Tools: How to conduct a Click Test and Timeout Test
A Click Test gives you the power to see where your customers are attracted to most when looking at your site or considering a redesign.