Transcriptionists who are working verbatim take audio and type absolutely everything that is said – but that’s not always what you really want. So what happens when we add a little intelligence to the mix?Details
Software usability testing is great for generating lots of data. If you take that data and feed it back to your developers, you’ll get an improved product, and that’s great. It’s the most important reason for testing.
But if you’re going to invest in testing, then you can, and should, try to get more.Details
If you’re new to usability testing, the information available can be very technical and kind of confusing. It’s hard to know what you’ll need to invest, and what you can expect to get out of it at the end. One of the most important questions to answer is: What kinds of information should you get from your testers? Here are some ideas to get you started.Details