Conduct Usability Tests

What is conducting usability tests?

Prototypes have to be tested with people to identify flaws, gather overall opinions or collect recommendations. This is called usability testing. Broadly speaking, there are two ways of testing usability: expert-based and user-based.

What is the aim of conducting usability tests?

Usability tests can be used for several purposes, for example, to observe how an end-user interacts with the system, to test the ease of use and user-friendliness of the technology, or to assess whether user requirements are correctly translated into the design. Information on these kinds of topics can be used to improve the technology.