Unreliable data leads to poor UX and CX. This can manifest itself in many ways including product abandonment, higher support costs, customer attrition and brand damage.
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January 18, 2017
In our recent post, we introduced the idea of incorporating heuristic evaluations in the product development cycle as part of a more well-rounded approach to performing research. In the first article of this two-part post, we discussed some usability problems with a portable electric space heater and pointed out how […]
December 13, 2016
Heuristic evaluations, or expert reviews, are sometimes overlooked because they don’t involve recruited participants and, as the thinking goes, they aren’t as “valid” as testing with actual users. However, as with the many other methods available in a UX researcher’s toolbox, heuristic reviews have their place and purpose, and can […]
September 20, 2016
What a long, strange trip it’s been As we approach our fifteen year anniversary here at Human Interfaces, I can’t help but reflect and think to myself; what a long, strange trip it’s been. The Grateful Dead wrote the song Truckin’ as a metaphor to communicate their survival of the […]
September 13, 2016
When most people think about in-person user research they focus on the activities that happen inside the testing room – the discussion, the tasks, the card sorting, the sketching, the ratings, the crying… (just kidding). However, what takes place behind the one-way glass can be just as meaningful. Here are […]