User Testing Seminars

    Speaker:

    Basel Fakhoury
    CEO & Co-Founder, User Interviews

    Remote Research Trends

    Adapting Research Methods in the Age of COVID-19

    Recorded September 2020
    $99

    Speaker:

    Basel Fakhoury
    CEO & Co-Founder, User Interviews

    The COVID-19 pandemic has caused massive changes in user behavior. This has simultaneously increased the need for current research while adding constraints to researchers and their methodologies. This presentation looks at data from thousands of studies to see how researchers have adapted their work over the past 6 months, and how participant behavior has changed.

    Speaker:

    David Glazier
    Staff UX Lead, Illumina

    虚拟现实和用户研究

    Using VR as a Creative Problem Solving Tool

    Recorded February 2019
    $99

    Speaker:

    David Glazier
    Staff UX Lead, Illumina

    VR is an often overlooked research tool which can help replicate situations that are impossible to test otherwise. Learn how to effectively incorporate VR into your user research.

    Speaker:

    Basel Fakhoury
    CEO & Co-Founder, User Interviews

    User Research Logistics

    Data on user research best practices

    Recorded August 2018
    $99

    Speaker:

    Basel Fakhoury
    CEO & Co-Founder, User Interviews

    Did you become a user researcher because you love talking to users, analyzing studies and generating insights – but then found you were spending all your time trying to figure out how much to pay users, how long sessions should be, and waiting for no-shows?Using data from over 30,000 research sessions, we will share best practices on the planning and logistics of user research, so you can focus on the user research you love.

    Speaker:

    Geoff Robertson
    Founder & Human Factors Specialist, Chockablock

    Making Use of Qualitative Data with Video

    Tools and Techniques for Collecting and Analyzing Video

    Recorded April 2018
    $99

    Speaker:

    Geoff Robertson
    Founder & Human Factors Specialist, Chockablock

    了解在视频格式中收集和分析定性数据的工具和技术。在本次会话中,我们将讨论在视频录制设备中寻找的内容,如何记录现场观察,访谈,焦点组和可用性测试,如何准备用于分析的视频素材,以及如何使用定性数据编码分析视频素材。

    Speaker:

    Hana Schank
    Public Interest Technology Fellow, New America

    Conducting User Research in the Public Sector

    Recorded March 2018
    $99

    Speaker:

    Hana Schank
    Public Interest Technology Fellow, New America

    User research can be a challenge when working in the public sector, dealing with regulations, red tape and long approval times. But that doesn't mean it's impossible to research or test your work with your users. Explore ways to recruit and options for testing when no one has money to spend, with real-world examples and clever workarounds that allow public sector researchers to get private sector results.

    Speaker:

    Cliff Anderson
    Sr. Usability Engineer, Ally Bank

    Working with Observers

    涉及同事,利益相关者和客户的最大利益

    Recorded November 2017
    $99

    Speaker:

    Cliff Anderson
    Sr. Usability Engineer, Ally Bank

    Working with users when doing usability testing or other user research involves some real skill. Experienced facilitators will tell you, though, that users are nothing compared to the people behind the glass or on the phone – your observers.

    This presentation looks at tips and tricks you can use to make your relationship with your observers as productive, efficient, and positive as possible. These apply whether your observers are in the room with you, in an observation room next door, or on the phone.

    Speaker:

    Raluca Budiu
    Director of Research, Nielsen Norman Group

    Mobile User Testing

    How to Run Usability Studies with Mobile Devices

    Recorded May 2016
    $50

    Speaker:

    Raluca Budiu
    Director of Research, Nielsen Norman Group

    Testing your mobile application or mobile website doesn’t have to be complicated or difficult. In this online seminar we tell you all you need to know to get started. We share lessons learned from running hundreds of usability-testing sessions on mobile phones and tablets. We discuss equipment choices, location setup, participant recruitment, and facilitation, and we emphasize the main differences between running usability tests on mobile devices and on a regular computer.