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Damian is a Director at Experience Solutions a usability testing agency supporting leading UK brands. Damian has 13 years experience as a UI design specialist for companies like BBC and National Air Traffic Services researching & designing websites, apps, voice recognition, and air traffic control interfaces. Damian regularly writes for the Experience Solutions Blog and tweets for @experiencesolns

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Improving Your Website Usability Tests

In one of the first usability tests I ever did, I met a lovely old lady who could not use a mouse. She kept lifting it in the air and pointing at the screen, speaking words of encouragement to the cursor. At the end of the test I got absolutely nothing, but she did think I was a “lovely boy” who should meet her granddaughter.

Improving Your Website Usability Tests

Very quickly I learned the value of setting very clear criteria for participant recruitment. If you've ever run a usability test before, you'll know that it's not as easy as it looks. Although it's not rocket science, there are some intricacies that can make a big difference.


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