|Sent on:||Tuesday, April 3, 2012 7:08 PM|
Thank you for all of your input! I will definitely give it a try. :)
EdricOn Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 5:07 PM, Kristin Lewis <[address removed]> wrote:
I've submitted 3 projects through usertesting.com so far (1 desktop, 2 mobile). I've gotten some excellent feedback that we've put use. I typically start by testing 1 user just to make sure I set the test up correctly and then expand to a total of 5.
KristinOn Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 3:36 PM, Aaron Yoshitake <[address removed]> wrote:
Edric,I watched a presentation by Darrell from UserTesting.com at the UX Speakeasy Conference last Saturday, and it looked pretty good!A few things that interested me:
- You can list qualifications that you want your testers to meet, as well as tasks you want them to complete
- You can ask follow-up questions to participants
- UserTesting.com provides a quick turnaround time (generally a few hours)Also, I saw this deal for 5 user tests for $99 on Appsumo: http://www.appsumo.com/usertesting-5-tests-for-99/?rf=srch
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Hope this helps!
-AaronOn Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 15:09, Stuart Silverstein <[address removed]> wrote:
Hey Edric,I have used them several times and had great experiences with them. Only thing I would say is if your core demographic is something technical or specific, you will not get accurate feedback, as most people on there are mostly mid/lower income/education types. So that website which sells tropical plant seeds to botanist researchers is probably not a good fit. If you're testing a product page on target.com, go for it!