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salman123
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Usability Testing
      #593404 - 09/28/09 10:13 PM

kindly tell me the simple and effective way to do usability testing

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MJ_RIP
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Re: Usability Testing [Re: salman123]
      #593417 - 09/28/09 11:14 PM

Hi Salman,

Check this out

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=define%3A+usability+testing

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=define%3A+user+acceptance+testing

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salman123
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Re: Usability Testing [Re: MJ_RIP]
      #593423 - 09/28/09 11:37 PM

dear i know what is it i want to know the good procedure for conducting it

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michaeljf
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Re: Usability Testing [Re: salman123]
      #593518 - 09/29/09 05:25 AM

Like most things someone cannot really just TELL you how to do something, and have it be the best procedure for you and your environment, there are things you need to study. Practice, adapt and study again. It's up to you to take the first step and learn first what Usability Testing is, try it out where you are and if you have issues then come back and propose something concrete that we can discuss.

Happy Learning!

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Nothing learns better than experience.

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Peter RuscoeModerator
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Re: Usability Testing [Re: michaeljf]
      #593878 - 09/30/09 02:32 PM

Example: "kindly tell me the simple and effective way to drive a car."

Does that make sense as a question in isolation? With no terms of reference as to whether the questioner already has some idea, is a non-driver, or doesn't even know what a car looks like?


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mfsi_satyakamm
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Re: Usability Testing [Re: Peter Ruscoe]
      #689246 - 10/20/11 06:37 AM

Usability testing is done to evaluate a product by testing it on users.
Usability testing measures the usability, or ease of use of a specific product.


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Chadyuk
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Re: Usability Testing [Re: salman123]
      #690307 - 11/04/11 06:28 AM

Look this

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My blog about SQA


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Peter RuscoeModerator
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Re: Usability Testing [Re: Chadyuk]
      #690308 - 11/04/11 06:35 AM

Full disclosure: The link goes to an article (whose quality I cannot confirm) written by someone who works for the same company as Chadyuk. AT the bottom of the page is a "contact us" line that goes to their company web site.

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