Reporting can be a difficult task, especially if you are new to the world of usability testing. However, it is an important part of usability testing because it allows for transparency into your project and offers insights that might not have been achievable otherwise. This blog post will teach you how to report more effectively with different metrics so you don’t have to worry about being lost in reporting land.
Both SUS and PSSUQ are popular and respected psychometric questionnaires for measuring the user experience. Which one should you use for your usability study?
We talked to Jeff Sauro of MeasuringU October 9th in an hour-long webinar on the System Usability Scale. This is a recap of the Q&A segment.
TryMyUI is now implementing the System Usability Scale, or SUS, in our user tests. Here’s a brief guide to how it works.
Usability testing fills a critical need in understanding users’ responses to your website’s UX, but the inherent subjectiveness of the video/audio feedback format means that it can be difficult to distill meaning from a large number of responses. Your testers are writing you a novel with their words – the plot is no secret, but what’s their underlying theme? Fortunately, a tool already exists to consolidate and synthesize individual testers’.. Read More