Saturday, 15 August 2009

The merits of quick, lo-fi testing

A recent article on Jared Spool's website by Dana Chisell on the merits of quick-and-dirty usability testing. And also her opinions on when this isn't the best way to go.
"Most of the value in doing testing – let’s say about 70% – comes from just watching someone use a design."
It's definitely my preferred approach. Possibly because it's often the only route available...

Testing in the Wild, Seizing Opportunity by Dana Chisnell

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