Usability Testing and Prototyping | Auckland, Thinkspace, vrijdag, 11. september 2020

Usability testing designs through prototyping helps us to safely explore risky ideas, get a feel for how real people will respond to our designs and most importantly lets us fail cheaply and privately instead of publicly and expensively.
But how many users do we need? How do we identify what to test? How do we know the way we designed and ran the test is producing valid results? How do we recruit people? How do we integrate user testing into a project without adding unsustainable expense and time to a project?
This 6 hour course teaches current best practice for usability testing digital products and services. It gives you hands on experience of designing and running effective user testing sessions suitable for both new designs and existing products and services.
It covers:


Current user testing theory


How to identify when user testing is required


Common user testing techniques


Identifying the most appropriate technique for your needs


How to ascertain the number of users you need for valid results


How to recruit users


How to design effective tests


Common prototyping tools


Using modern prototyping tools


How to create prototypes


How to interpret test results


You get practical experience in:


Identifying areas for testing


Designing user tests


Creating low fidelity paper prototypes


Creating prototypes using a modern prototyping tool


Running user tests


Interpreting test results


Iterating your design based on your test results


Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for anyone looking for an evidence based approach to validating their existing digital products or new design ideas. It is particularly suitable for:


Designers and developers


Product owners


Project managers


Entrepreneurs and startups


Requirements & Prerequisites
No previous design or coding experience is required.
What should you bring
You will need a laptop with the latest version of the Chrome browser installed. Everything else you need will be provided. We don’t supply lunch but we do do a morning coffee run and supply fruit and snacks to keep you going!

Terms & Conditions
 20 people workshop requires a minimum of 9 people to run.We will notify and refund you if this event is cancelled.No refund for withdrawal within 24 hours of the workshop date.50% refund for withdrawal within 8 days of the workshop are transferable to other people but not to other UX Gym courses.

vrijdag, 11. september 2020, Thinkspace, Usability Testing and Prototyping | Auckland

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