Usability Testing

Usability Testing

In a usability test, real users attempt to complete real tasks with a prototype or production system. Usability tests are usually conducted one–on–one with a participant and moderator. The participant thinks out loud as they complete representative tasks. Usability testing excels at finding specific interface problems, including layout, labeling, and interaction. Valuable results can be achieved with as few as six to eight participants per user segment.



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