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This article will cover the Amélie Boucher Ergonomics, which is known for its ease of use. The goal of this article is to simplify the heuristics so any UX professionals could reference them with ease, which helps them create analyses more quickly and efficiently. Table of Contents What is a heuristic evaluation?Who is Amélie Boucher?Amélie

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In this article on the Worst Possible Idea Method, we will discuss how you can get participants to actively contribute during brainstorming sessions. We are all aware that brainstorming from participants is always a challenge because you may get participants who are afraid to share their innovative ideas in front of others. It is the fear of

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We have several types of design methodologies, which include behavior-centered design, task-centered design, goal-directed design, and others. However, one of the most popular ones is the activity-centered design. In this article, Activity-Centered Design Methodology, we will discuss in detail what this type of design method is about, how it is utilized, and its goal and purpose. This

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A pilot test is essential in user research and usability testing. In this article, Pilot Test UX, we will discuss why this is an important step prior to user research and test. The purpose of this article is to determine any issues with your current pilot testing techniques, and at the same time, get a hold

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The UX Research Plan or also called a user research plan, is an overview of the research project’s goals, key contributors, dates, and timelines. In short, this is like a kick off document of your project where we can see a well-defined goals, which serves as a written guarantee that the research will meet these

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In today’s article on QR code UX, we will discuss the use of QR codes, what it is for UX, and why they exist in the first place. QR codes exist almost everywhere these days. Since we had the pandemic, QR codes again gained popularity due to their “noncontact” features, which were commonly used to order

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In this article, Formative vs Summative UX Research, we will explore the meaning, differences, and purpose of the two usability research methods, how to perform them including how and when they are utilized during the product design cycle. Before we dig deep into the differences between the two, formative and summative evaluations are both considered a

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Have you experienced meddling in the middle ground between discovery research and usability testing? In this case, you and your team members have several concepts in mind; however, they aren’t fully formed ideas. You are torn about usability testing to see if you are going in the right direction, but the concepts are not just

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In this article, Internal Search UX, we will discuss the importance of search usability, which is one of the essential factors in achieving a positive user experience in both websites and mobile apps. This is true, especially in cases where there is a lot of content to choose from, such as e-commerce websites and heavily content-based

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According to a Harvard study, 95% of new products fail for various reasons. variety of reasons. Some of these reasons may include a new product that is just too hard to use for an average user, or maybe the marketing failed to compel the customers. Whatever the case is, it is essential always to keep users

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