Conducting a remote UX workshop can be extremely challenging. To avoid disaster, it’s important that facilitators follow best practices, observe proven techniques and prepare thoroughly.
User testing, often confused with usability testing, is an overarching term which helps validate the need for a product. When used with prototypes and the right testing tools, it can help save a product from failure.
The fundamental purpose of user testing is to better understand and empathize with people who are the core users of a digital product.
Nielsen’s heuristic principles have stood the test of time and have been revisited to be further integrated with human-centered design for mobile—including clear definitions and design examples.
On this week’s Design Talks we discuss research in action with Caitria O'Neill, a UX researcher at Airbnb. She studies people’s relationships with technology and how they behave with digital products.
Nearly one in four users will abandon a mobile app after using it just once. Good onboarding makes a great first impression, gives users a guided introduction, and can significantly improve user retention.
UI components are about modularity and reusability. A/B testing can be employed very effectively during a lean product development process to test components that make up an application’s UI.
UX design attempts to deliver the right solution, in the right way, at the right time and delight people when they use a product. This comprehensive UX guide walks through the various methods, tools, and techniques that make up the process.
A design sprint is a methodology used to validate ideas through design, prototyping, user testing, and collaboration in only five days, offering a more structured, effective approach to creative thinking.
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