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13 Videos (48m)
    • Intro

      1:00
    • What is a usability study?

      1:43
    • The Big Picture

      2:56
    • Remote or In Person?

      4:26
    • Moderated or Unmoderated?

      1:40
    • Finding a Venue

      6:39
    • Drafting a Screener and Recruiting Participants

      7:41
    • Developing a Script

      4:24
    • Setting up equipment

      4:31
    • Note taking options

      4:36
    • Observation Room

      3:36
    • Analysis and Reporting

      4:12
    • Conclusion

      0:21

About This Class

What kinds of things should you be thinking about as you plan for a usability study? 

In this course, user researchers Cory Lebson and Amanda Stockwell cover all the basics!

  • What should you be testing and when?
  • Should you do in-person testing or remote research?
  • Is moderated or unmoderated research best?
  • Where can you plan to test and what tools should you be using?
  • Who should your participants be and what tasks should you give them?
  • What other kinds of things should you consider?

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Cory Lebson

Freelance UX/Research Consultant

Cory Lebson, author of The UX Careers Handbook (CRC Press, 2016), has been a user experience consultant for over 20 years. Through his company, Lebsontech LLC, Cory is focused on user research and evaluation, accessibility, UX training, and mentoring. 

Cory also speaks frequently, has been featured on the radio, and in addition to his recent book, has published a number of articles in a variety of professional publications. 

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