Usability Testing: Do You Have the Right People In the Room?

Adam Churchill

September 16th, 2009

In our next UIE Virtual Seminar, Recruiting for Usability Testing on Wednesday, September 30, usability testing expert Dana Chisnell shows you how to maximize your time and money on the right participants to get the right results.  

User experience research lives or dies by the appropriateness of the participants in the study.

UX researchers just don’t talk about actively recruiting, do they?  Many researchers ignore it, throwing it over the wall to an agency. It’s complicated, time consuming, and nerve-wracking. In this UIE Virtual Seminar, you’ll learn four strategic steps to make recruiting a fun, useful, and interesting benefit to user research.

If you are involved with user research projects and spend any amount of time worrying about getting the right people in the room, then this UIE Virtual Seminar is for you.

Find out more about Dana’s seminar and register?

Or learn more about our usability testing bundle which includes two seminars and the UIE report, “Recruiting Without Fear.”

Tell us how you source and screen participants? What concerns do you have about the recruiting process? Share your thoughts, questions, and concerns below.

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