Kindly I need practical training on conducting a usability test, I'm already having a certificate on usability testing from Interaction Design Foundation, but I need to apply it in a real case.

Does UX Stack Exchange community know this kind of training, courses or personal coaching to help me in making qualitative & quantitive reports, making users scenarios, analyzing findings... etc, so I can have it in a practical way?

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  • It's interesting to me that your certification program didn't give you that real-world experience. – Ken Mohnkern Oct 29 at 13:36

Steve Krug's book: Rocket Surgery Made Easy would be a good start.


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