Various data that can be collected using different research methods can be used to improve the user experience. The different data, in turn, can be combined and used to complement each other. In this specific article, we take a closer look at two types of data: usage statistics ...
In one of my previous blog posts, I talked about the need for prototyping and the fact that one step should not be missed in a properly and methodically executed UX process. It could be said that this process is subject to the same principles as the hopscotch game.
If you are already aware of the mistakes to avoid when preparing a website usability test, it would be a good time to know how to perform all the tests successfully and to identify a sufficient number of usability problems and their causes on the existing website
Improving the accessibility of e-environments often tends to focus only on giving orders to web developers, although much of the accessibility issues can actually be fixed in the design phase. In this post we focus on simple solutions to use when designing an accessible page.
Testing web solutions, such as information systems, online stores, and portals, is much more complex and exciting than clicking through an application, which is often equated with testing. In this article, we will not be describing the different types of testing; instead, we will focus on the methods chosen and provide specific examples.
When evaluating the accessibility of an online environment, it is important to incorporate an expert’s review in addition to the automatic checks. But besides meeting the WCAG standard, there are additional aspects to the website that can make or break the user’s experience.