How to Lead Free, Remote Usability Tests in 4 Simple Stepsby@jrdnbwmn

How to Lead Free, Remote Usability Tests in 4 Simple Steps

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Usability testing doesn’t need to be a fully-fledged psych experiment with a formal lab, big team and lots of time and money. Here are four manageable steps that anyone can do to perform a free remote usability test. The first place to look is your user base. Find people who look like your users and have a reason to do the tasks we’re testing. Set up time slots using Calendly and send them the release form if you're using one. Create a prototype and send it to the participant.

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