5 Killer Blog Posts on Products and Product Management

Craft.io

It’s even harder to find truly valuable blog content for product managers. By asking “what’s my riskiest assumption” and “what’s the smallest experiment I can do to test this assumption” – product managers can potentially save months of work and hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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The Customer Support Blog Post – Music to Our Eyes

Business of Software Conference

I tested it to ensure that I was receiving a copy of emails to this account. Support : Let me send a test email. Support : I have sent the same test email to abuse@blahblah.org.

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3 Tests for Great Product Messaging

280 Group

In this new video and blog post we discuss something that is exceedingly important in the product world: messaging. Fortunately Bill is here to provide us with three tests that.[continue The post 3 Tests for Great Product Messaging appeared first on 280 Group Product Management.

10 years of professional blogging – what I’ve learned

Andrew Chen

Of course everyone knows the mechanics of setting up a blog – but the hard part is finding your voice, figuring out topics that are interesting for other folks to read, and building a long-term habit. ” Ironic that VCs blog/tweet all day now ;). Titles are best when they can pass the “naked share” test – imagine some text that’s so compelling that even if it’s not linked to anything, people will want to share it.

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The 5 Levels of Analytics Maturity

May be a good place to beta test. at these levels, you may find Levels 1 and 2 helpful for beta testing. To some extent, you may also be able to test how people adopt and. So if you’re going to test at. FROM BASIC BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE REQUIREMENTS TO.

Are you Segmenting Your A/B Test Results?

Mind the Product

It illustrates perfectly why quantitative and qualitative testing (and research) need to go hand-in-hand for a complete picture. Although A/B testing tells you what users are doing, it doesn’t tell you why they are doing it. More importantly, the A/B test result ignores what happens in a portion of your traffic, in segments. For an A/B test to be successful, it must analyze the results of a certain audience segment, not the audience as a whole.

Test iOS mobile apps with TryMyUI!

TryMyUI

With the addition of iOS mobile app testing, TryMyUI now offers the ability to test any product on any device. Read on to learn how our iOS user testing works, and what you need to know to get started. The post Test iOS mobile apps with TryMyUI! appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. Features TryMyUI Mobile App Mobile Testing Remote User Testing

Test-Driven Product Management at an Early-Stage Startup

Amplitude

Today, it’s common to hear people talk about testing early-stage products like it’s a bad thing. You can’t build a better product just by A/B testing button colors, no. Clarify and test your company’s values. You do this through testing.

Are you Segmenting Your A/B Test Results?

The Product Coalition

It illustrates perfectly why quantitative and qualitative testing (and research) need to go hand-in-hand for a complete picture. Although A/B testing tells you what users are doing, it doesn’t tell you why they are doing it. Analyze your test across key segments to see this.

Your Ultimate Guide To Successful Usability Testing

UX Studio

Here we’ll give you some guidelines and best practices, whether you’re just beginning to include usability testing in your processes or are setting out to up your usability testing game. Usability tests check if people can use a product. What is usability testing? Usability testing forms a user experience research method, usually a qualitative one, as the core of UX research. What is the purpose of usability testing? Testing competitors’ solutions.

Multivariate Testing vs A/B Testing: Which Works Better?

UX Studio

Deciding between multivariate testing vs A/B testing without knowing their advantages and limitations can pose extreme challenges. When optimizing a website’s conversion rate, A/B testing usually comes up first. Sometimes testing more alternatives proves necessary, for which multivariate testing performs well as a method. So which to choose, multivariate testing or A/B testing? What is A/B testing? How can you set up a test?

5 things you learn from a website impression test

TryMyUI

Here are 5 things you'll learn when you test users' first impressions of your site. The post 5 things you learn from a website impression test appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. The first few seconds on your website will decide whether users stick around, or leave.

Testing Modern Conversational Interfaces: Google Home and Amazon Alexa

Amir Rozenberg

What to test When your app is utilizing Google Home, Alexa, etc., the first question to ask is “what do I test?” One would hope that each bank won’t need to test every Google and Alexa device variant in the market! Automation Mobile Application Testing

Gain CI Efficiencies: Test Advanced Functionalities on the Right Devices

Amir Rozenberg

Does this device support the feature I’m testing? FaceID, TouchID, location, camera, and conversational interfaces are offered on such a wide array of devices that it’s enough to make a testing professional dizzy.

Moderated vs. unmoderated usability testing: The pros and cons

UserTesting

Having a human-centered mindset at an organizational level is important, and one way teams can validate their efforts is through qualitative studies like moderated and unmoderated … The post Moderated vs. unmoderated usability testing: The pros and cons appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Popular Product Research live conversation moderated usability testing unmoderated usability testing

3 Things I Learned About Usability Testing By Looking at Customers in Their Underwear

Joe Cotellese

Back in my days with the apparel company, the inescapable fact was that I needed try our fit-testing body scanner on real humans. Today, working for an email marketing company, I rarely have to ask people to strip down to their underwear to test out a product. Still, that awkward experience from many years ago taught me several important things about usability testing. During our fit testing experiment, we had one guy come in who swore he had a 32” waist.

Get to Know Gauge, the New Cross-Browser Testing Framework

Amir Rozenberg

” Just like Rihanna, you might think there are too many frameworks to learn in the testing arena! Now there is a new cross-browser test framework gaining adoption in the community: Gauge , a framework sponsored by ThoughtWorks. Note that the tests will run serially.

4 Battle-Tested Ways to Improve Corporate Learning

Good Product Manager

Here are four battle-tested tips to improve corporate learning so your talent is ready for the technology-driven future that seems to be coming their way: #1. The post 4 Battle-Tested Ways to Improve Corporate Learning appeared first on LSA Global.

10 ways to avoid bias in your user testing research

TryMyUI

Personal biases can affect every part of your usability testing research, from the setup to the analysis and implementation of the findings. The post 10 ways to avoid bias in your user testing research appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. Practicing UX Research Data Analysis Usability Testing Tasks User TestingWhat can we do to eliminate bias and see the user experience clearly?

How to write tasks, Vol. 3: Prototype & wireframe usability testing

TryMyUI

In a prototype or wireframe usability test, users require careful instruction to successfully navigate the limited functionalities. Read our techniques for writing tasks specially suited for prototype & wireframe testing. 3: Prototype & wireframe usability testing appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. Practicing UX Research Comparative Usability Usability Testing Tasks Usability Testing Tips

Mobile Testing on iPhoneX – What Developers Need to Know

Amir Rozenberg

Testing your app on the iPhoneX presents even more difficulties. If you cannot see the real-time website or app in your testing, you will find issues late, which will require you to redo the code you wrote, possibly undo code that’s built on top of it, and fix it all.

Mobile Testing on iPhoneX – What Developers Need to Know

Amir Rozenberg

Testing your app on the iPhoneX presents even more difficulties. If you cannot see the real-time website or app in your testing, you will find issues late, which will require you to redo the code you wrote, possibly undo code that’s built on top of it, and fix it all.

The 3 Big C’s of Agile Development and Testing

Amir Rozenberg

When thinking about adoption of agile schemes, some of the common concepts that come to mind are Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Testing (CT). Using test automation, they are able to ensure the integration actually works.

Use screener questions to find your usability testing participants

TryMyUI

The post Use screener questions to find your usability testing participants appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. Features Practicing UX Research TryMyUI Creating a test Demographics ScreeningHow to use our new screener questions and our other special requirements features to find your target audience.

Our top 10 user testing stories of 2018

TryMyUI

The post Our top 10 user testing stories of 2018 appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. It's been an eventful year, and as always at this time of year, we're looking back at the ground we covered and the ideas we talked about. TryMyUI Reading UX Stories UX Trends

Our top 10 user testing stories of 2017

TryMyUI

The post Our top 10 user testing stories of 2017 appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. TryMyUI Reading User Testing UX UX Stories UX TrendsSome of our most popular articles in 2017 addressed ways of doing better research for e-commerce platforms, on mobile devices, or at different stages of the product cycle. Check out the year's most-read stories.

My Recruit: The test participant experience

UserTesting

Part of what makes My Recruit such … The post My Recruit: The test participant experience appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Earlier this month we announced that our newest feature, My Recruit, had launched into public beta.

New UserTesting feature: Preview tests

UserTesting

UserTesting customers can now review desktop web tests live before launching them. You’ll see the test on your computer screen exactly as your test participants will see it. This will help you catch any … The post New UserTesting feature: Preview tests appeared first on UserTesting Blog. You asked, and we built it! Product

The 3 Big C’s of Agile Development and Testing

Amir Rozenberg

When thinking about adoption of agile schemes, some of the common concepts that come to mind are Continuous Integration (CI), Continuous Delivery (CD) and Continuous Testing (CT). Using test automation, they are able to ensure the integration actually works.

New UserTesting feature: Preview tests

UserTesting

UserTesting customers can now review desktop web tests live before launching them. You’ll see the test on your computer screen exactly as your test participants will see it. This will help you catch any … The post New UserTesting feature: Preview tests appeared first on UserTesting Blog. You asked, and we built it! Product

My Recruit: The test participant experience

UserTesting

Part of what makes My Recruit such … The post My Recruit: The test participant experience appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Earlier this month we announced that our newest feature, My Recruit, had launched into public beta.

How user testing fits into agile development

UserTesting

But even though agile has helped many companies make huge workflow improvements, agile teams can still end up … The post How user testing fits into agile development appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Agile has become the go-to development methodology for organizations that want to reduce the risk involved in shipping new products and features.

4 Reasons Why You Should User Test Your Product Early And Often

UserTesting

And if you’re designing a website, you need to make sure your users have a great experience and understand what you’re … The post 4 Reasons Why You Should User Test Your Product Early And Often appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Product Research user experience user test your product user testing why user testIf you’re developing an app, you know how important it is to get good reviews in the App Store.

UXspresso with Nat Geo: Dealing with negative feedback

TryMyUI

Critical user test results can be a hard pill to swallow, but the UX team at National Geographic told us why "failed" tests are actually a blessing. The post UXspresso with Nat Geo: Dealing with negative feedback appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. Practicing UX Research TryMyUI UXspresso Design Thinking Iterative Usability Testing Usability Testing

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4 Reasons Why You Should User Test Your Product Early And Often

UserTesting

And if you’re designing a website, you need to make sure your users have a great experience and understand what you’re … The post 4 Reasons Why You Should User Test Your Product Early And Often appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Product Research user experience user test your product user testing why user testIf you’re developing an app, you know how important it is to get good reviews in the App Store.

Why you should host user testing viewing parties

UserTesting

Reviewing results of a user testing study can seem like a chore. So gathering your team and stakeholders to watch the videos … The post Why you should host user testing viewing parties appeared first on UserTesting Blog. There’s a lot of video to go through, and some of that feedback might not be altogether positive.

UXspresso with Deckchair: You are not your user

TryMyUI

TryMyUI helped UX consultancy Deckchair boost their client's revenue by 147% after usability testing showed that users weren't using their site in the way they expected. The post UXspresso with Deckchair: You are not your user appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. TryMyUI UXspresso Information Architecture Usability Testing User Testing UX Agency

6 myths that stop companies from doing enough user testing

UserTesting

User testing is not a “nice to have” but a “must have” in software development. Yet many product managers are often so focused on prioritizing … The post 6 myths that stop companies from doing enough user testing appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Today’s guest post is from Codrin Arsene, a senior product manager and technology writer. Enjoy!

How to integrate continuous user testing into your product development workflow

UserTesting

3 Tips for Testing Sketches and Flows with Users

UserTesting

The following is an excerpt from our recent eBook, Getting out of the office: Testing mobile app prototypes with users. Testing with users should begin the moment you’ve got an idea or concept in mind. You probably already have a … The post 3 Tips for Testing Sketches and Flows with Users appeared first on UserTesting Blog. Design Product Research

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