How to Effectively Plan a Usability Study! | Kristopher Saber | Skillshare

How to Effectively Plan a Usability Study!

Kristopher Saber, UX Professional, Statistics Tutor.

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13 Videos (1h 10m)
    • Welcome

      4:30
    • Parts Leading Up to a Usability Study

      8:10
    • What You Need to Plan a Usability Study

      5:33
    • Product to Test

      2:46
    • Target Demographic

      3:54
    • Tasks for Users

      6:24
    • Metrics and Study Design

      5:44
    • Recruiting Users

      6:56
    • Sampling Techniques

      7:40
    • Test Plans

      4:43
    • Examples of Sample Tasks

      4:22
    • Project Demonstration

      6:59
    • Project Demonstration ctd

      2:25

About This Class

This course will go over the specific components necessary to plan a usability study. Usability testing/user testing involves recruiting participants and letting them try out a specific product. UX research incorporates user testing as a means to make software/products easier and more fulfilling to use. Doing user research to understand customers has become the norm among prominent companies.

Learning how people view/use your product can increase sales and engagement, which this course will cover in an engaging way.

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Kristopher Saber

UX Professional, Statistics Tutor.

Kris graduated with his Bachelor's in Psychology (with a minor in Cognitive Science) and then earned his Master's in Human Computer Interaction at the State University of New York at Oswego.

He's a published author in the Journal of Software Engineering and Simulation with four years of practice tutoring students in Intro to Psychology (Psych 100), Behavioral Statistics (Psych 280), and Psychological Research Methods (Psych 290). He has a total of three years of UX experience between w...

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