View the original postIntroducing Route:able — Part 1: The UX Research and define a first concept Do you know? One billion people, or 15% of the world’s population, experience some form of disability, and disability prevalence is higher for developing countries. One-fifth of the estimated global total, or between 110 million and 190 million people, experience significant disabilities. […]
View the original post When testing content, usability often identifies the problem—without giving you much direction on how to fix it. Try a cloze test, recall-based test, or highlighter test instead.
View the original post Use these techniques to break out of a research rut and generate compelling insights from your next study.
View the original post While doing primary research for every project is ideal—it’s not always realistic. Refine your research question and save time/resources by incorporating secondary research.
View the original post Use these two approaches to support your qual research with the quant data most important to your stakeholders.
View the original post All companies can benefit from dedicated researchers on staff. Here’s how to make the case for the value of qualitative insights.
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View the original postSafe travel for Holidays — a UX Research case study Identifying the behavioral shift of people during a pandemic and helping them to travel and spend their holidays safely via Holiday booking Application | UX Research & Design case study Overview📁 This article will tell you in detail how I have gone through the entire process […]
View the original post Alpha and beta tests can help ensure that any major bugs or experience improvements can be made prior to your product/feature being fully developed. We walk through example tests and use-cases.
View the original postRolling research programs boost your stakeholder’s research acumen, while providing a steady stream of quality insights. Here’s how to kick-start your own.