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July, 2019

What is tree testing and how can it improve your site’s usability?

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In honour of us sprucing up our own Tree Test Results capabilities , we thought we’d update our classic beginner’s guide to Tree testing. Here we’ll be answering the following questions: What is tree testing? How do I run my own tree testing? What is tree testing? Tree testing is a research method for assessing findability within the hierarchy of a website or app. How is tree testing different from card sorting? Example of a Tree Test.

UX Wars: Top 5 Democratic nominee candidate websites, ranked

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TryMyUI UX Wars Comparative Usability Competitive UX Usability Comparison Usability Testing User Experience DesignTaking a look at the top 5 polling 2020 Democratic nominee candidate websites and ranking their usability from worst to best. The post UX Wars: Top 5 Democratic nominee candidate websites, ranked appeared first on TryMyUI Blog.

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Why you should test other people’s sites before your own

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So, why would it ever make sense to test someone else’s website? Especially where you don’t have any ownership or influence to change the designs based on your research or testing? Read on to discover when it makes sense to test websites other than your own. Testing with an initial idea. Then, as part of your strategy, use those websites/products to converse with users to understand the market. Testing another site as a new UX designer.

Ready Researcher One: A guide to quantitative UX research & user testing

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The post Ready Researcher One: A guide to quantitative UX research & user testing appeared first on TryMyUI Blog. Features Practicing UX Research TryMyUI UX Industry quantitative Usability Usability Testing User Experience User Testing UX Research UX Team