Analyzing User Test Data - The Devil is in the Detail

At Loop11 we like to practice dog fooding. Recently we ran two usability studies to gain comparative benchmarking data on an existing design and then comparing that to a new one. Since the new design was yet to be released, we created two InVision prot…

At Loop11 we like to practice dog fooding. Recently we ran two usability studies to gain comparative benchmarking data on an existing design and then comparing that to a new one. Since the new design was yet to be released, we created two InVision prototypes, one for each design. We then created 4 tasks and […]

How to use UX Testing to Level Up Your SEO

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has long been viewed as one of the most important factors in determining the success of online companies and their websites. Leading tools, such as MOZ, and their suite of products, would facilitate SEO professionals di…

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) has long been viewed as one of the most important factors in determining the success of online companies and their websites. Leading tools, such as MOZ, and their suite of products, would facilitate SEO professionals diving into the depths of search engine results and pulling out valuable nuggets of SEO gold […]

The One Line of Code That Will Kill Your User Tests

Code is a developer’s problem… right? Mmmm, maybe, but when it goes wrong it can sure derail your user testing in a hurry. There is one inconspicuous line of code that can ruin your UX testing and, as UX professional, it’s your responsibility, not your…

Code is a developer’s problem… right? Mmmm, maybe, but when it goes wrong it can sure derail your user testing in a hurry. There is one inconspicuous line of code that can ruin your UX testing and, as UX professional, it’s your responsibility, not your developer’s, to get right. What am I referring to? This: […]

The 3 Little Known Factors That Dictate Successful User Tests

“What a waste of time” the researcher says as they throw their hands in the air. This scene is more common than we, as UX professionals, would like to admit. One of the biggest frustrations for user researchers revolves around participants either not t…

“What a waste of time” the researcher says as they throw their hands in the air. This scene is more common than we, as UX professionals, would like to admit. One of the biggest frustrations for user researchers revolves around participants either not turning up, or dropping out mid-way through a remote user testing session. […]