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Running usability tests with the same people that have passed it previously

No. People learn. If the software is similar to the first time, your users will have learnt how it works.
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How to show correct and incorrect answers to multiple answer test?

Shortly after asking, I found this treatise on multiple answer feedback by Yulin Liu. Not everything is directly transferrable, but I've pulled in two key ideas: Don't use checkmarks (ie the standard ...
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Running usability tests with the same people that have passed it previously

In learning we have received from PwC Experience Center on Qualitative Usability testing, it was noted participants should be new ones. Advantages of this are: if they are first time here, they are ...
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Running usability tests with the same people that have passed it previously

Yes, but their input should be treated differently than users who were not a part of the first round, and you certainly still require a group of users who have not previously tested it. To expand as ...
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Running usability tests with the same people that have passed it previously

It depends on which market you're trying to test. We can distinguish the following market segments, and probably many more: users who have never experienced a product in this category users of a ...
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User testing, simple flow testing

Since you are basically testing for motivation and how the logic of the questions matches up with the mental models of the users, a basic paper form will still do the job. An higher fidelity of this ...
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Online test with 80 questions best practices

When you are using a long-form, you should use various methods to make a good user experience. For really long forms with many questions, here are several things that you can try: 1. Group your ...
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Number of testers who gave up don't match with the number testers in the path (Maze app)

I haven't used Maze before, but according to the screenshot it seems like there were 60 participants recruited for the click/impression test, and because 40.54% gave up it leaves 28 participants that ...
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User testing, is it really necessary to do for each application in same domain

Interesting topic. Basically, I think you are right on a general design topic and most usability topics. But on different target groups (even within a domain) you should be careful. An interesting ...
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User testing, simple flow testing

During each in-person usability session I'd encourage the tester to think out loud, so that you gain both insight into their immediate impression and understanding of each page, as well as their ...
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