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Interview techniques for advanced interviewers
by Csilla Herendy | August 9, 2022 | 9
Read moreBecause interviewing is quick and easy, it is a popular tool for collecting user feedback. It is a (UX) research method in which the researcher asks one or more users questions about a specific research topic.
A practical guide to testing voice interfaces
by Dr. Péter Rónay | May 25, 2021 | 13
Read moreFor VUIs, or voice user interfaces, user testing is just as essential as for any other system. Although the tests will be very similar to those we are used to with mobile applications, if the device only allows voice-based control (like Amazon’s Echo), there are significant differences.
Eye tracking in practice
by Csilla Herendy | September 26, 2018 | 10
Read moreEye tracking which is the process of measuring the point of gaze, is a widespread research method enabling accurate monitoring of the visual efficiency of any internal space or screen, including virtual reality and games. Its main benefit is that the results are unquestionable: you can precisely identify what drew the attention of the research participants and what they avoided altogether.
Face and mobile screen recording tools
by Anna Regeni | July 9, 2018 | 5
Read moreWhat was the task we had to complete? We had a remote UX researcher and an assistant on one side and a tester on the other side. So we had to be able to stream the tester’s face and screen in real-time and additionally, due to post production purposes we also needed to be able to record the session, in order to cut and edit the material.