Archive for the 'Interview-based Tasks' topic

Choose the Right Prototype Fidelity for Your Research

Wrestling with which project variables to consider in deciding what to test, and then how to create an effective prototype that minimizes work and maximizes learning? You’re going to want to join us for our 11/7 virtual seminar.    In Prototypes: Choosing the “Right” Fidelity for Your Research, Carolyn Snyder describes the 5 dimensions of prototypes and […]

Discovering the Right Tasks Using an Interview-based Approach

The other day, I wrote about how choosing the right words in your tasks makes a critical difference to the outcome of your user research. Mike Pauley wrote a comment, asking how to make sure you’ve got the right words: Great timing on this, as I am dealing with the same issue with a test […]

UIE Tips: What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting It

Even the best of plans can go awry. We role play in our head how a usability test will proceed, understand the objectives at hand, and do a rigorous job of screening the participants. But what do you do when something totally unexpected occurs? Life circumstances among the participants can throw a curveball at our […]