Tag Archives: usability

User research using paper prototyping

User Research – The Beginner’s Guide

This entry is part 9 of 10 in the series Beginner's Guide To UX

Why should I conduct user research? As designers, if we fail to understand how potential users expect to interact with a product, we will fail to create satisfying, productive and enjoyable experiences for them. Carrying out user research will allow you to explore, throughout the design

User test nothing

The importance of user testing nothing

When we design sites it’s all to easy to add various elements to the interface simply because it’s a ‘best practice’, something which has worked in the past or just something you feel you should do to aid the user. The problem with doing this

The Four mobile Traps

The Four Mobile Traps – New Usertesting.com Study

Usertesting.com have just published a new report in which they detail the results of user testing sessions of thousands of users on mobile apps and websites. I spoke to Michael Mace, a Mobile Strategist at Usertesting.com to learn a little bit more about the findings. Companies creating mobile