Why Online Usability Testing Works
Online usability testing for web products and mobile apps is a quick, reliable way of answering the question “Can people use the product?” Compared to traditional, in-person usability testing, conducting online usability testing has several advantages.
An Introduction to Remote Moderated Research
Many companies conduct in-person or in-lab testing with users because hearing and seeing users during research sessions, and the ability to probe into the deeper “why” right there in the moment, are key to build buy in from stakeholders. Sometimes, however, this just isn’t an option.
5 Ways to Make Your In-lab Research More Efficient
The primary user testing methods – unmoderated online testing and moderated testing in a usability lab – each has their strengths. However, lab testing brings some inefficiencies that make task data less accurate or reliable.
How to conduct an Online User Test in 7 Simple Steps
Find out how to conduct an online user test in 7 easy and simple steps.
When is UX online research surpassing UX lab testing?
The future of online research. If we look back on the last 10 years, we can see that usability testing and online research in general has hardly changed. Although it may seem as though it has improved on a technical level, we continue to use…
Combining Lab Research and Online Usability Testing
How does one pair online usability testing with traditional lab research?