Questions tagged [usability-testing]

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Tree testing during a redesign - which answers are correct?

I'm working with another UX person on reorganizing the information architecture for a large website. The IA work may eventually lead to a complete redesign of the website and will certainly impact ...
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UX & usability research as task based testing?

is task based testing a good way to gather user's opinions and research UX and usability of app? By task based testing I mean we have app for certain type of users, so we gather few people that fit in ...
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How to let an existing user buy a subscription without signing in?

How can an existing user continue buying a subscription using the same email ID without signing in? I have made the new user to create a password at the end of the checkout/purchasing the subscription....
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UI Testing for multi screen setups

I was wondering if there was any tools/ systems, that are capable of simulating multiple screens for use on UI testing. Context: We are developing an application which can consist of multiple ...
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For a list of 10+ cards, Should I use a CTA button on each card for a better conversion rate?

Should I use a CTA button on each card for a shortcut knowing that I have cards feed layout pagination for more than 10 cards? For example if I have a projects feed inside a freelancing app here're ...
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How do you know what to test at the right time on a product?

You have a hypothesis of a new feature that would improve x on your product and you don't have any data backing up your decision as this feature is new territory. How do you know this hypothesis is ...
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Usability testing with multiple devices in the same session with the same user?

We had a pilot test of usability testing. We only planned to do tests on desktop pc because that's what we think is the main device with the our user group. After the pilot we had a feedback ...
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Best practices for System Usability Scale (SUS) Scoring

My UX team has always utilized SUS Scoring after our usability tests. We work with Student Information System Software and after testing a new feature, we follow up with a SUS Scoring survey. The ...
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Outliers in Usability Testing and what to do with those findings?

I'm designing an edTech product and conducted a usability test with 5 students using interactive wireframes. One student, who had been identified during recruitment as having a learning disability, ...
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Where can a ux designer find data for a user persona or an empathy map when working on a fictional project for their portfolio?

When working on a fictional personal project that will only serve as a portfolio piece (i.e. briefbox projects), how can I find the appropriate data to create user personas? I want to emphasize my ...
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How to merge login/signup into one option

Currently for our platform, we are using facebook login & Mobile number verification for login and sign up pages. User does not need to have any additional password to complete his registration. ...
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Usability testing analysis

I've seen some researchers "behavioural analysis matrix" when analysing user testing sessions, they have participants at the top and tasks at the bottom and simply tick yes/no if participants complete ...
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Are remote preference tests (A vs. B) always flawed because of learning effect?

Currently doing UX testing on low budget. We have prototypes in Figma and user tests in Maze. Now one of the main goals is to compare two versions of a feature. The problem? All the remote testing ...
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Aside from going into bootcamps, what’s another way to build case studies? I have a few ideas but I’m not sure how to build it without a main guide?

So as a context: I've already done a bootcamp last year but in that bootcamp, we didn't make a lot of case studies. Just one. I need more but I'm not sure how I'm going to recruit participants into ...
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Testing the experience of entering sensitive information

I would like to understand any applicable methods for testing the user experience when entering sensitive financial information, specifically as part of usability testing with interactive prototypes. ...
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What are all the usability evaluation methods?

So I was reading several articles about usability evaluation methods and when I discovered that methods like cardsorting or treetesting ARE usability evaluation methods I got super confused. Specially ...
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How to test an onboarding?

I have to test an onboarding, and I'm pretty blocked because I'm running out of ideas for tasks for the testing. It's an onboarding of 12 steps showing the product and showing step by step how to use ...
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Selecting the right user testing method for mobile app

We have a mobile app for different platforms. And now we want to improve the UX and UI. Due to the security policy, we cannot install analytic tools. I'm thinking of options we have to measure our ...
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Is there any value in a post user testing questionnaire considering the sample sizes being small?

I worked at company that after user testing sessions got users to complete a post testing questionnaire. The questionnaire tended to ask user for an NPS score, answer SUS (usability) questions and the ...
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Interesting ways you can provide a client with feedback from user testing?

User testing reports are often pages long, lets face it how often do clients actually read this. What interesting ways can you share the results of user testing?
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Which ergonomic criteria would justify the behavior of redirecting the user to a 404 redirect page?

Assuming UX experts are familiar with the Bastien & Scarpin Ergonomics Criteria, How would you classify the behavior of user clicking in a link and being redirect to a 404 page? I'm struggling to ...
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How do you prototype systems that are normally connected to Active Directory or other complex external systems?

I am working on a product that has a quite typical setup when it comes to enterprise software: it is usually connected to the Active Directory of the origanization and authenticates its users against ...
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Log in before confirming a transaction

My team and I are building a self-service web portal that allows users to make the transaction as they would in person at a bank...first, when the users visit the web portal they process the ...
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How do you get users to think aloud?

When I moderate user tests, I sometimes find it hard to get users to verbalise their thought processes - to think aloud. Users are are very good at give me a running commentary on other things - be ...
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AB test of image gallery on search results

Product description Any kind of ecommerce site or marketplace where the primary user flow is: A search page where the user searches / filters to find products that the user wants to buy with many ...
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Usability testing: what can be the best questions to ask a user to understand if they prefer infinite scroll vs pagination?

For example, unsplash.com has an infinite scroll. Let's say we want to change it to pagination. What can be the best questions to ask a user for a usability test?
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Do you get differentiated data from Google Optimize A/B test with multiple user targeting variables?

If you target test variations for your users with Google Optimize will you get differentiated values for those variations such as mobile, tablet, location and so on in one single A/B test, or we just ...
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What kind of card sorting is the best?

I have an online grocery website, it includes different categories and subcategories, I want to test the the usability of categories tree, in this case closed card sorting or open card sorting is the ...
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Suggested number of groups in open card sorting

I'm going to use OptimalWorkshop for conduct an open card sorting exercises (unmoderated) with about 35 cards. I will recruit about 40 participants. Do I need to constrain the number of groupings ...
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Running usability tests with the same people that have passed it previously

I will be doing the second testing soon. The question is: Is it possible to invite to the second testing those people who passed the first testing?
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Usability Testing with kids

I am currently studying Multimedia Design at Business Academy Aarhus, Denmark, and we are learning a lot about UX Design. I am working currently on a project about Usability testing with kids and I ...
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How to test which CTAs prompt users to take specific actions

I'm experimenting with different messages/Calls-to-Action in our product to see which specific CTAs are most successful at prompting our users to take specific actions we want them to take. Besides ...
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Referring to a prototype in a remote user test

I'm preparing a user test that will be run remotely. After letting the user try out the prototype there would be a set of questions. I'm curious when referring to the prototype the participant just ...
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Do users care about https?

We were discussing the usage of https on our company website, at least in the checkout process. Since we are already using a Cloudflare business plan, I suggested running tests and turning on their ...
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Usertesting from a distance… with old hardware

A large group of our clients uses old hardware to buy our products online. They like our webshop and want to help improve their experience. So when we want to do usertesting we try to visit them, it's ...
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Ideal length for an effective survey

Are there any articles or canonical data available for determining the ideal length of a survey? Trying to figure out what would be a sweet spot for the number of questions that can be in a survey. ...
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A/B Usability Testing Technique Format?

I'm currently preparing a usability test for a module interface I'm designing and I want to be able to structure the test to ensure the best results. Currently, there are 3 versions of the interface, ...
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Scroll v/s tab-based layout within an app - Is there evidence that tabs work better?

So, I am working on a climate change app wherein people can view and compare their carbon footprint. We need to showcase recommended actions to reduce that footprint and then those actions turn into ...
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Usability Test Facilitating and Synthesis - how long does it take you to do? [closed]

We completed 6 usability tests last week. The last test was completed at the end of day on Thursday and the meeting to present findings was scheduled for noon on Monday. I felt like this wasn't enough ...
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How to make sure the user does not inadvertently dismiss a modal?

I'm working on a page editor where you have the ability to insert images from an external/third-party source. The library of images will be displayed in a modal that sits on top of the page editor. ...
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A standard / benchmark test for user familiarity or proficiency with computer technology in usability testing

When conducting usability testing, a variable that comes up is the competence or familiarity of different users with Internet or software application technology. It seems strange to compare different ...
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How to test a mega menu

I've been asked to test a mega menu. I can't use a tree test because that tests the information architecture and I'm looking for a way to specifically test the layout and organisation of the mega menu....
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Memory task usability test

What is the appreciate scenario to have a task in a usability test be focused on evaluating participant recollection of content on a page? I recently what a user test where participants where asked ...
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Solutions for user testing during WFH?

It's been really tough trying to do user-testing through Zoom. Really struggling. Do any of you have any suggestions? Have you been facing similar problems? Any hacks? Thanks!
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Usability testing of design system components and patterns

This is my first post here, and what I am searching for has not been found yet, so I must be very innovative (jokes aside). I have gotten a mission at my current company from the C-level to test ...
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Interviews aimed for a website redesign

When conducting user interviews for a existing website redesign, do you ask them questions regarding their pain points of using the current site or do ask questions regarding the sector itself? So for ...
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Is it ok for a button to open in a new tab?

We have an application that allows users to write posts/articles. Within this application, there are a couple features that require users to upgrade. I think it's reasonable for the upgrade button to ...
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Why is embedded help not popular?

I'm wondering why modern help systems are more passive than active? For example, each good guide through something look like this: So why we don't see this directly on website (service provider), but ...
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iOS app: Action Sheet, single Screen Detail or Scroll View?

I can't decide which option is best. What I know for good is that, in 'Section1', if I tap on 'All' next to the 'CHAPTERS' line, I get the full list of chapters in order to perform multiple choices ...
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Is this considered Formative or Summative Usability Study?

An A/B test done to introduce two new designs, version A and version B, collects three metrics, number of steps to reach page, System Usability Scale (SUS), and one question which uses Likert Scale. ...

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