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Remote moderated usability tests | UX links - Issue #71

Remote moderated usability tests | UX links - Issue #71
By Philipp Brunner • Issue #71 • View online
challenging times for conducting usability tests.
In the project I’m currently working on, remote testing is not an option and thus, testing has to wait until conducting in-person tests is an option again.
Still, I found this week’s first link helpful to get an overview of how to best conduct remote moderated usability tests. Maybe it’s useful for you…
Have a nice week,

Remote Moderated Usability Tests: How to Do Them
Task-Oriented Design — more than Mobile First and RWD
Reducing Design Risk
🧠 The Psychology of Design:101 Cognitive Biases & Principles That Affect Your UX
UI cheat sheet: radio buttons, checkboxes, and other selectors
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