Tips on Prototyping for Usability Testing

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Because user research studies peoples’ behavior, the most effective research techniques involve observing participants doing things and talking about what they’re doing. Research that focuses on opinions and discussions of behavior in the abstract isn’t as useful, because it’s difficult for people to talk about their behavior out of context or to evaluate a design without using it. Therefore, the best way to evaluate a new design is to create a prototype and give participants something concrete to interact with and react to.

Jim Ross provides some tips that can make your usability studies more successful and help you to avoid problems when testing prototypes.

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