Tag: usability testing

  • User Testing – 5 Tips for conducting your user test

    Humans like to assume a lot of things, but assumptions are the mother of all..ah…I think you know the rest. It’s safe to say that you shouldn’t assume anything in life, especially in the world of technology. If you’re thinking about becoming a UX designer making assumptions is pretty much the worst thing you could […]

  • Interview – Darrell Benatar on Usertesting.com – An Online User Testing Tool

    We talk to Darrell Benatar, CEO of usertesting.com on how his tool can help you improve your conversion rates by offering an alternative to traditional user testing. 1. For those that haven’t heard of usertesting.com before, how would you describe the service you offer? UserTesting.com is the fastest and cheapest way to find out why people […]

  • Designing our interfaces based on hunger

    In 2011 there was a study by Jonathan Levav of Columbia Business School looking at parole hearings for inmates of four Israeli prisons, made by eight judges over a ten-month period. The results were very interesting – after a refreshment break, a prisoner’s chances of gaining parole were far higher then towards the end of a morning […]