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Timely Usability Testing For No-Coders

December 2nd, 2020

olavea

(Title ideas:)

(Early Usability Testing in 180 minutes

Prototype Usability Testing Tutorial

Usability Testing For No-Coders

(introduction)

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Tasks and why and when

Tasks, why, when.
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Skipper-Ola’s Usability Testing Tasks

  1. Prepares
  2. Calls Martin G.
  3. Listens up!
  4. Takes notes
  5. Ships his prototype in SMS link
  6. Says “Tell me what you are doing”
  7. Says “Thank you”
  8. Makes MartinG SketchNotes from notes, Right now for 90 minutes

8. is the most important to spend time on. I spent 90 minutes on 8 and 90 minutes on the other seven.

The point of this kind of usability testing is clarity. To make the 1-Job-Prototype clear for the one tester I am testing on, Martin G. So that Martin G. can go in, do the 1 job he is supposed to do without becoming distracted. And that is hard. It is suuuper hard to make a prototype that is easy-to-use. (18:12)

How do we do it?

Let’s go to 1. Prepares.

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1. Prepares

Skipper-Ola’s Preparation Tasks For Usability Testing

  • Sends warning to Martin G.
  • Finds two test dates.
  • Invites Martin G.
  • Writes a short script.
  • Tests 1-Job-Prototype on his own iPhone. (17:46)
  • Reminds Martin G.

About Tests 1-Job-Prototype on his own iPhone

The 1-Job-Prototype that I am going

Reminds Martin G

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