You Wanted This—Remote Usability Testing

Adam Churchill

July 7th, 2010

Next up in our virtual seminar series is the guy who wrote the book on Remote Research. On July 15, Nate Bolt will tackle all your concerns and curiosities revolving around remote usability testing.

Usability testing is not new, but remote usability testing absolutely is. It’s a unique and useful way to watch people use your design. The more time spent watching people use your design, the better your design will be.

When remote usability testing is done right, the information you capture will inspire innovation. Can it really work? Is it easy to make mistakes? Will you be successful? In this seminar Nate Bolt shows you how to make remote testing work, as well as what you need to avoid.

Nate will answer your questions and offer some strategies to consider. This seminar will give you valuable tips to use right away. Sign up today, and learn from one of the experts in remote research practices!

Do you have experience with remote usability testing? Do you think it’s as effective as your traditional methods? Or is this your first attempt to intercept your users as they interact with your product? Please share your thoughts, stories, and concerns below.

2 Responses to “You Wanted This—Remote Usability Testing”

  1. Kelly Bonin Says:

    This topic, as well as global user research, personas, eye tracking, trust and credibility, UX for the irrational human mind, service design, beyond the usability lab, the love-hate relationship with voice response interfaces and many more global UX talks are happening this September 20 in Montréal, Canada. The event, User Experience Masterclass: Design Around the World, will take place at the Hyatt Regency and features Vidya Drego from Forrester, Tom Tullis from Fidelity Investments and Kuldeep Kelkar from Paypal, plus 18 international experts from the UXalliance presenting real world UX case studies that can be applied to your organization. This one-day exclusive networking event is for UX professionals and enthusiasts. Check out the full programme and register here:

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