I am designing a product that is going to have many functionalities.
I don't have the time to make a complete interactive prototype of all the sections, but I want to start making specific A/B tests for several task-flows.
The question I am asking is if you have any advice on how to carry out these tests without an interactive prototype itself.
I had thought of showing the screens in Figma to the users, in individual sessions, tell them the task, and ask them what they would do on the screen, being myself the one to show the result of their action (showing them the corresponding screen) according to each version of the design.
But this is the first time I do it, and I don't really know how to do this, and I'm afraid that their answers will be conditioned by the session itself (having to answer quickly, with me there, not being able to investigate each link on their own, as they would do with a final product, seeing each section of the platform, etc.).
Do you have any method for these cases?
In addition, we also have a part of the project that has already been developed in code, which I think could be improved. How could I show users the developed version (which would have to be tested in some way) and the alternative, which are only frames in Figma, and would have to be tested in another way, to get answers through the test?