5 Value-Packed Podcasts Every User Experience Enthusiast Should Subscribe to
Sensitive to your jam-packed schedule, we are aware that the delivery of information is key, which is why we recommend listening to these 5 value-packed podcasts for User Experience enthusiasts. Podcasts are spreading like wildfire, there’s a huge urgency to produce intelligent, cutting-edge content. The best thing about podcasts? They’re time-efficient, painfully convenient, and easy to consume
One of The Best Weeks for User Experience History
This past week a group of very smart and savvy business people invested a total of $80m in two companies that help companies conduct testing and manage UX. As the news heading actually says, UserTesting, ClickTale Raise Combined $80M to Improve Customer Experience in Digital Age. Now that’s an unprecedented scenario and one ALL UXers should feel pretty good about…
Our Top 10 Unforgettable
UX Reads of 2014
2015 started with a bang! But…before we close the books and move on to new trends and hot, emerging topics, let’s take a quick look back at our most read, liked and shared, top 10 unforgettable articles from UserZoom published in 2014.
UserZoom Gives Back to the Community: A Short Thanksgiving Story
Over the last couple of years, our teams here at UserZoom have celebrated Thanksgiving by holding an annual office potluck. We gather together to give thanks to the awesomeness of each and every individual on the team, and really–just to simply enjoy each others’ company before we go…
5 Online Resources About the Role of UX and Usability in Companies’ Revenue
A collection of 5 online resources discussing why investing in UX is a great idea and how to calculate the revenue that it brings to the company.
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.
UserZoom Recorder Review
On April 23, 2014, UserZoom announced a new qualitative feature, UserZoom Recorder. The new feature records the participants on-screen activity, keyboard/mouse input, their facial expressions, and audio simultaneously. Participants can think-aloud as they walk through tasks on either desktop or mobile devices. I asked the…
Recruiting the Right Participants for Your Remote Usability Studies
How to Find the Right Users for Your Remote Research Study.