Quality is delighting customers
Usability testing often sounds intimidating to UX designers and digital marketers. It can be hard enough for managers to build internal consensus on a communication strategy. Deciding how the company website implements this through its content and design features is another hurdle. But observing how customers actually use the product – and being willing to listen, learn and change design features accordingly – adds a whole extra layer of complexity that many simply prefer not to deal with.
1. Do listen to your audience
2. Don’t treat your audience as a monolithic entity
3. Don’t assume that a small (or large) sample size is better by default
4. Do think of usability testing as a multi-step process, and act accordingly
5. Do use a variety of usability testing methods and tools if needed and when possible
6. Don’t use a scope that’s too broad or too vague
7. Don’t use test data in a vacuum
As per top software testing companies, Usability testing is one of the most important testing to include while planning testing for any application/software. Users will going to use your application only if your application is easy to understand the workflow and easy to use.
Usability Testing in other words it is also known as UX(User Experience) Testing, it is a testing method for checking your application against easiness and user-friendly of a software application.
The main aim of Usability testing is to satisfy end users whole actually going to use this application. It mainly concentrates on testing your application on the following parameters: