Do you want to test your landing page designs before implementation? Do you want to see if users can find what they need using the new search feature that you built? Are you wanting to ensure that patients can find emergency room information on the homepage?
If you want to know if site visitors really get what they want from your website, this workshop is for you.
In this workshop, you’ll learn three user testing methods to validate content, design and technical features of a site: menu testing, first-click testing, and in person usability testing. Each method will help you quickly establish a baseline for how your site is performing. You’ll also learn how to prioritize your findings and communicate key insights to your design and development team so that you can deliver a better experience to your site visitors. Sign up today to add these must-have techniques to your UX wheelhouse.
This is a 2-day workshop, Monday + Wednesday, 6pm-9pm.
At the end of this workshop, you will be able to:
- Design and run three types of usability tests
- Develop screening questions, pre-post questionnaires and study tasks
- Identify which method to use based on your needs or the needs of your client
- Synthesize findings to inform future site evaluation and analysis and deliver actionable recommendations to designers and developers.
- Usability testing – what is it? Why does it matter?
- Usability testing methods and tools
- Hallway usability study- Small group hands on activity
- Planning for a usability study
- Analysis and synthesis tips
- Usability study – Individual and small group collaboration Q&A
What to Bring
- A link to a website that you’d like to evaluate
- A list of 5-10 user tasks that contribute to goals of the site you’ll be evaluating
- Printed copies or digital screenshots of the pages you’ll be evaluating (if you want to evaluate designs)
- Laptop and laptop charger
- Other note taking materials if desired
Attendees should have a basic understanding of the key audiences of the site they’ll be evaluating
Attendees should have a clear understanding of the goals of the site they’ll be evaluating
This workshop will be held at Betamore’s City Garage campus at 101 W Dickman Street, Baltimore, MD 21230.
If you are looking for additional information on workshop details from the instructor, please don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org