Usability Testing Lab?!? Awesome! I'm curious about your goals and
your process... are you looking to publish your results?
I guess why I'm asking is because I pretty much drank the Kool-aid on
the more ethnographic "discount usability testing" + "rapid prototyping"
approach, followed by using Google Analytics to try to get gather
quantitative "real-life" stats as we make improvements. I can
definitely see the usefulness of having more resources for usability
I'm surprised that none of the suggestions do A/B testing. It seems
like that would help settle the never-ending debate in "web committees"
around labels and vocabulary.
On 1/31/13 10:35 AM, Nate Hill wrote:
> Hi all,
> Years ago I had the opportunity to use Morae to do some usability testing.
> I may have an opportunity to put together a little bit of a usability
> testing lab at my library, and I wonder if anyone can suggest a similar
> product but...
> I'd like it to run on Macs.
User Interace Developer, Digital Initiatives
Princeton University Library