So yesterday was the first day of user testing for a client project I am working on as Project lead/UX UX track lead/product developer. The team is strong, but for some of the internal folks, the whole UX/design process is new to them, We’re doing paper prototypes of some wireframes, checking on user flow, eyetracking and whether they *see* the critical items we’ve shifted. We’re also using wireframes of the current pages as a control (and is that ever interesting,)

Our first three sessions were yesterday, and it was a blast. Basically, with a fairly small investment of time and cash we were able to create a testing lab, scripts and tools to score and track with, a video recording plan, and run three sessions (we have more today).Even with just three sessions we learned a ton (and we adjusted the design once, already.)

We have three more sessions today. Eager to see what we can find out before we put these wireframes to bed.

So yesterday was the first day of user testing for a client project I am working on as Project lead/UX UX track lead/product developer. The team is strong, but for some of the internal folks, the whole UX/design process is new to them, We’re doing paper prototypes of some wireframes, checking on user flow, eyetracking and whether they *see* the critical items we’ve shifted. We’re also using wireframes of the current pages as a control (and is that ever interesting,)

Our first three sessions were yesterday, and it was a blast. Basically, with a fairly small investment of time and cash we were able to create a testing lab, scripts and tools to score and track with, a video recording plan, and run three sessions (we have more today).Even with just three sessions we learned a ton (and we adjusted the design once, already.)

We have three more sessions today. Eager to see what we can find out before we put these wireframes to bed.