The BetterUX Breakdown: Tree Testing [Video]
Welcome to our regular video series The BetterUX Breakdown, where we bring the maximum amount of learning to people at any stage of their UX development.
This week: Tree Testing!
Join our hosts Jen Lewis and Alex Wingfield, UX researchers here at UserZoom, as they answer the following questions: what is tree testing? What are the benefits? How do I run my own tree testing? While also making some narrow minded assumptions about squirrels and seeing to it that one of them won’t be allowed anywhere near a forest again.
For a full length text version of this video, check out the original article this is adapted from: What is Tree Testing?
For another in-depth and entertaining guide to getting started with user research, read our brand new comprehensive e-book: User Experience Research 101.
Christopher Ratcliff — Content Marketing Manager
Christopher is the Content Marketing Manager for EMEA, which basically means the skipper of the good ship ‘UserZoom blog’. So far his requests for changing its name to the ‘USS-erzoom Blog’ have been rightfully denied. In his spare time, Christopher is a filmmaker and the editor of wayward pop culture site Methods Unsound. He used to be the deputy editor of Econsultancy, editor of Search Engine Watch, staff writer for ClickZ and features editor of CMO.com.
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