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Designing With Human Centered Usability Standards

Understanding usability standards is only half the battle; we also need to apply those standards to our designs. In this second part of a two-part series, Danny and Patricia Franzreb walk through their user-centered approach to designing with usability standards in mind.

The power of workshops in the UX process

Today’s guest post comes from Michal Mazur, UX Lead at Pomegranate Media. Enjoy! User experience design is an inherently collaborative process—teams around the world are built in a cross-functional manner, as agile project management techniques are now used by … The post The power of workshops in the UX process appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

6 myths that stop companies from doing enough user testing

Today’s guest post is from Codrin Arsene, a senior product manager and technology writer. Enjoy! User testing is not a “nice to have” but a “must have” in software development. Yet many product managers are often so focused on prioritizing … The post 6 myths that stop companies from doing enough user testing appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Developing a Crisis Communication Strategy

We live in a world of 24/7 media coverage. Traditional media, bloggers, and social media influencers all scrutinize every PR move. Most days, marketers try desperately to catch their attention, and the rest of the organization needs to be prepared to handle that attention when a crisis hits. Show More Summary

Introducing AppCapture: free and unlimited screen recording for iOS apps

AppCapture lets you quickly capture a user’s screen, voice, and gestures as they interact with your iOS app—for free. How it works Just integrate the AppCapture SDK. Your users can then start and stop recording using an on-screen button. … The post Introducing AppCapture: free and unlimited screen recording for iOS apps appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

How to Design a Walkthrough That Users Will Read

If a new app is a new product, then the walkthrough is the instruction manual. A walkthrough appears when new users open an app for the first time.

Why everyone hasn’t embraced user research—yet

I was chatting with a friend recently, and she mentioned how she’d thought of me while watching an episode of Silicon Valley. She described a scene in which a new product or feature was being tested with a small … The post Why everyone hasn’t embraced user research—yet appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Careers in UX: How different organizations approach user experience design

UX and product designers/researchers ply their trade in a wide range of settings. Laith Ulaby, head of user experience and design research at Shyp, a logistics startup based in San Francisco, takes a look at the pros and cons of some of the most common UX organizations.

Testing the customer experience of Amazon’s Prime Day

Prime Day was Amazon’s global shopping event on July 15, 2015, that offered more deals than Black Friday, exclusively for Prime members. We decided to run a study to see how users would respond to Prime Day, and also to … The post Testing the customer experience of Amazon’s Prime Day appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Everything I’ve learned about Lean UX: AMA with Jeff Gothelf

Jeff Gothelf changed the way we look at designing products and services six years ago with his book, Lean UX. In a recent AMA-style webinar, Jeff talks about how things have changed since 2010 and what he’s learned as … The post Everything I’ve learned about Lean UX: AMA with Jeff Gothelf appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

T-Shirt: I Love UX

User experience isn't a field you get into because you have to. You get into it because you love it. And you should love what you do. This shirt is a way for you to say just that.

The competitive advantage of benchmarking your UX research

Today’s post is an excerpt from our eBook,  Keeping score: Why and how you should benchmark your UX. Enjoy! Benchmark studies add a quantitative component to your UX research that helps support your findings with trackable data. Over time, … The post The competitive advantage of benchmarking your UX research appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

How to Check Out the Competition

Nearly every business across every industry is looking over its shoulder or peeking in next door to see what the competition is up to. As a UX designer, understanding how to do a basic competitive analysis can further our designs, and our business acumen. UX designer Sarah Khan shows us how.

21+ Best PSD Concert Flyer Templates & Designs

If you plan to organize Concert and need to make Flyer Template,then here is accumulation of Best Concert Flyer Templates with Free Photoshop PSD download. We have gathered just very professionally designed Concert Flyer Templates for you. Show More Summary

70+ Best Personal Blog WordPress Themes

All professional free and premium WordPress Themes for personal Blog  are easy used to build your personal page or blog for online. On the off chance that you might want to showcase your portfolio or Personal side to your client, soShow More Summary

Ethics of emotional intelligence in UX research

There’s no doubt that emotional intelligence plays an important role in UX. But along with all the benefits of having a user-centered strategy, there’s also the potential for unintended abuse of your knowledge and understanding of your customers. We’ve discussed … The post Ethics of emotional intelligence in UX research appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

Effective Collaboration: How to Design Work Sessions that Work

UX leads or teams who want to create something new or do something better shouldn’t just spend more time designing solutions—but instead designing the collaboration needed to get there. This week, Jennifer Leigh Brown tells us how to design a meeting that works.

Why a Clock Widget Is Easier for Picking Time

Scheduling events and meetings are tasks that require time input on a form. But picking a time isn’t an easy task. Users have to scroll through a long list in a select menu.

The new and improved UserTesting video player

At UserTesting, we’re continuously listening to our customers to find ways to make the platform better. We’re always excited to launch new features and improvements based on what you want and need. You’ve told us that you want quicker ways … The post The new and improved UserTesting video player appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

How omnichannel CX drives in-store sales

Recently, I was preparing for a big camping trip. As I looked over my inventory, I realized there were a few items that needed to be replaced. But as usual, I’d waited until the last minute to prepare, so I … The post How omnichannel CX drives in-store sales appeared first on UserTesting Blog.

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