One task that pained me early on while teaching was watching students scour the Internet for templates they could use to do user research, create site maps, and record usability tests -- especially documents that could be used by using free collaborative tools. Show More Summary
You may have a fashionable wardrobe, but you don't have shirts that show off what you do. If you're proud of your field and profession you should.
Want to work in a super collaborative environment where you create innovative machine learning and artificial intelligence solutions for users? Have the aptitude for solving complex information architecture and system design problems...Show More Summary
The way you use your mobile phone can affect your brain. A research study has found that daily mobile phone users have a larger somatosensory cortex.
In a recent webinar, Pradeep Nayar, Director of UX & Product Design at Allstate, explains how Allstate is adopting a lean startup culture and embracing an extreme agile methodology to ‘fail fast’ and learn from their users to make relevant...Show More Summary
In a recent webinar, Steve Fadden, Director for UX Research on the Analytics team at Salesforce, and Lecturer at the School of Information, UC Berkeley, covered some ideas for conducting research to inform the development of concepts,...Show More Summary
In a recent webinar, Tina Chen, Design Lead at Slack, takes us behind the scenes to share the design processes at Slack. She talks about what it’s like to design at a company that’s growing rapidly and walks us through … The post Q&A with Slack Design Lead, Tina Chen appeared first on UserTesting Blog.
IBM Watson is at the forefront of computer learning and our evolving relationship with technology. And when it comes to UX and design challenges, there’s a lot to consider. We recently chatted with Carol Smith, Senior Design Manager at IBM … The post What makes IBM Watson tick? Q&A with Sr. Design Manager Carol Smith appeared first on UserTesting Blog.
UserTesting is pleased to be a Gold sponsor of EyeforTravel San Francisco Summit, the West Coast’s largest digital travel conference. The event will be held April 24-25, 2017 at Nikko Hotel in San Francisco. Our own VP of Product … The post Run a test with UserTesting at EyeforTravel San Francisco Summit appeared first on UserTesting Blog.
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a product manager at one of the world’s most iconic streaming music services? In a recent webinar, we caught up with Product Manager Suzanne Sharlock for a behind-the-scenes look at how a PM … The post Q&A with Napster Product Manager Suzanne Scharlock appeared first on UserTesting Blog.
The navigation bar is one of the most important elements on a site. Users rely on it to find the content they need. When designers don’t design navigation bar buttons correctly they force more work on the user.
Earlier this month we announced our newest feature, Transcripts. The feature automatically transcribes verbal comments from user tests and appear right alongside videos, making reviewing videos and gaining valuable insights faster and easier than ever before! Now that many … The post Transcripts: Pro tips appeared first on UserTesting Blog.
Who wants to install software, apply security patches and manage bandwidth when starting a site? Nobody. Squarespace is your all-in-one solution that removes these headaches.
Finding a job as a UX designer is no easy task if you don't know where to look. There are many job search sites, but many of them display cluttered and hard to read results.
UserTesting is pleased to be a sponsor and exhibitor at Shoptalk, one of the premier retail and e-commerce conferences in the U.S. This year’s show will be held at the Aria, Las Vegas from March 19-22. The conference is … The post UserTesting is sponsoring Shoptalk in Las Vegas appeared first on UserTesting Blog.
UserTesting is proud to be a sponsor and exhibitor at the O’Reilly Design Conference in San Francisco from March 20-22. The conference aims to equip designers with a full stack of design and business skills to create the next generation … The post Join UserTesting at the O’Reilly Design Conference appeared first on UserTesting Blog.
Getting insights from your videos just got easier. Companies are realizing the power of continuous user testing to make more informed decisions. And more tests means more insightful feedback to review. As part of UserTesting’s ongoing commitment to making the … The post New UserTesting feature: Transcripts appeared first on UserTesting Blog.
This article is adapted from the book review “Story First for Engaging Experiences” on UXPA Magazine. People love a good story. They love being the hero in their own story even more. Story is one of the most powerful … The post Why story matters in UX appeared first on UserTesting Blog.
A professional website should not only include exceptional content but great photos as well. Photography has become more important than ever in web design, advertising and social media.
The reality is that design is more of a framework and less of process. It is a set of guideposts so you have a pretty good idea of where you going, and adjust when it happens in asynchronous order. You just finished reading What To Answer...Show More Summary