Usability tests often present some real surprises where the participant's mental model does not match what they're presented with. What are the biggest or most interesting surprises you've come ...
I have a client who recently asked me about this problem. I was wondering how you'd handle it? They are new to UX and to Agile methods, so they are struggling in interesting ways. As part of a ...
How to represent a data that is good/acceptable, and data that is not acceptable? Currently I am using green for good data and red for bad data with bold font. Please suggest. Let me tell you the ...
i am unable to find the answers to the following questions.Please help me resolve (a) Name quantitative and qualitative techniques for analysing the usability of a software product. (b) Compare the ...
I've been noticing an increase in sites that are using a dropdown / popup sharing and search panel (The main site of note being http://www.uxmatters.com/) Is there any research into whether this ...
I'm curious if usability analysts collect personal information about their participants when performing a usability study, and if so what kind of questions do you ask? Does age, gender, nationality, ...
How much the users are willing to pay in term of usability in order to have a visually appealing application? Will they forgive a difficult pattern just because it is visually attractive? How ...
At the company I work for I'm the specialist in usability, we produce a lot of work and I try to get involved in the design as much as I can. However I do not have the time to work on every project ...
We are in the process of branding our start up. Our target customers are technology shops around the world. Thus we want our logo and website's look and feel to be appealing to techies and geeks (Not ...
I've seen some anecdotal evidence of trust seals or security badge helping improve conversions on ecommerce sites by boosting the user's confidence in the site. Companies like Verisign, TrustGuard, ...