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In order to celebrate the  last episode of the Usability and Usability Testing 101 series, this week’s tips focus on usability testing.

The final steps of usability testing, after you have prepared for testing and conducted the testing, are not only fun, but easy if you follow my steps.

  • First collate the data into findings. You use a top-down, bottom-up, or mixed approach for collating qualitative finding and you use basic statistics for quantitative findings.
  • Second, analyze the findings. Figure out what the problems are then determine the cause, scope, severity, and recommendations/changes for each.
  • Finally, utilize these findings. We sort out recommendation into three levels of priority and either make the change ourselves or report the findings with a list of recommendations to someone else. We then test our redesign to see how good we made it.

For details check out: Screen Space 20: Usability & Usability Testing 101 Part 6—Analyzing and Utilizing the Results

From/Reference: Screen Space 20: Usability & Usability Testing 101 Part 6—Analyzing and Utilizing the Results

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