I'm a developer transitioning towards design/usability.
I'm giving a talk to the devs at my workplace on design basics and guidelines with a little sneaky UX teaching on the side.
My goal is to work toward establishing myself as 'the expert' in my organization, getting more design work thrown my way, all with the end goal of gaining experience in all things UX.
My question: is there a compelling video resource that succinctly demonstrates that yes, usability problems really to occur to users resulting in experiences where features of the interface are rendered unusable?
I want them to gain an appreciation of usability and user testing.
I know Krug has a video on youtube teaching user testing, however its 20 minutes long and more focussed on teaching his technique.
I'm aware that the obvious answer is 'just do some user testing on your application' however this is difficult for me as no budget and target users are difficult to obtain.