Usability Testing: You Get What You Pay For

“A valid and useful usability test takes time and expertise. Shortcuts and lack of rigorous controls invariably reduce the validity and usefulness of the d

“A valid and useful usability test takes time and expertise. Shortcuts and lack of rigorous controls invariably reduce the validity and usefulness of the data generated by the test. Here I offer a description of some of the key ingredients of a good usability test and some examples of poorly designed or run testing.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE