When it comes to prototype usability testing, it’s crucial to get accurate feedback and data so you can move forward in the UX design process. One of the best ways to ensure accuracy is by writing appropriate tasks for your users to follow. However, this is not an easy feat. Because prototype usability testing features incomplete designs and user interfaces, there is an art to how you set up tasks. In this article, we will illuminate the best way to write tasks for prototype usability testing.
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In a prototype or wireframe usability test, users require careful instruction to successfully navigate the limited functionalities. Read our techniques for writing tasks specially suited for prototype & wireframe testing.
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With the advent of remote usability testing services such as TryMyUI and others just about anyone can create a usability test in minutes and have it performed by a user somewhere in the world in a matter of hours. The can receive a video of the users screen and his voice as he performs the test for as little as $35. Because it is so easy and cheap to conduct.. Read More
To date at TryMyUI we have reviewed many thousands of usability test videos based upon tests created by our customers so we’ve learned what types of questions and tasks elicit good test results. Writing a good usability test is not something that is intuitive, but with a bit of thought and planning, it’s easy to accomplish. The first question is: what are you trying to learn? Nominally, there are two.. Read More
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We’ve written lots of “how-to” pieces and “what-is-it” articles on the TryMyUI blog. In this post, we’ve collected them all up so you can easily find info on any aspect of usability testing, from beginning to end.