How to design websites for blind and partially sighted people
A comprehensive guide to improving accessibility for people with visual impairments. We’ll be looking at different types of assistive technology, UX testing with blind people, content best practices and the role SEO has played in creating more accessible websites. According to the World Health Organization,…
How to build a UX portfolio
UX Portfolios: the new bane of any UX designer’s life. A showcase of not just the work you’ve done, but the journey you took to get there. All mapped out, with every decision highlighted, justified and measured. Recruiters and hiring managers look through thousands of…
What is card sorting and why is it important to your site’s UX?
Here at UserZoom we’re all about bringing the maximum amount of learning to people at any stage of their UX development. Hence we’re bringing you these regular UX beginner’s guides, aimed to help all the newbies of the UX testing world. This is also why…
How to prepare your Think-Out-Loud Study with UserZoom
If you haven’t created a think out loud study yet with Userzoom, or you just need a quick refresher, we’re here to help! Follow this article as you create your study and you’ll be listening to your results in no time.
Creating Your Dashboard & Universal Measures With UserZoom – The Deep-Dive How-To
In this webinar, Dr. Peer will cover how experienced practitioners can accomplish bringing Universal Measures to their organizations by creating their eXperience Score, determine their story, and crafting their executive dashboard and product scorecards.
The Agile UX Equation: How to Implement UserZoom Within Your Agile Framework
Join Sarah as she walks you through specific examples of how you can leverage UserZoom for UX insights even in the fast-paced world of agile development.