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Everything you need to begin UX testing

Ready to get started with testing your websites, apps and prototypes with your target customer to get real UX insights and feedback? You’ve come to the right place. The articles in this section will provide you with everything you need to build your first UX study, find the right participants, and begin analyzing and sharing insights to improve your customer and user experience.

Everything you need to begin UX testing

Catalina Update: Steps to Prepare Your Mac to test with Userlytics

In Apple’s new Catalina update 10.15, you will be prompted to adjust your security settings before being able to share your screen through Userlytics. In the following guide, we will be showing you exactly how to do that. Note that this must be done before starting a test. Open System Preferences, click the “Security and Privacy” icon. Click… Read More »Catalina Update: Steps to Prepare Your Mac to test with Userlytics

How To Use The Figma Integration

This guide will explore the specifics of the Figma Integration, its advantages, tips for maximizing its use, and the steps for testing your prototypes with Userlytics. Please note that this feature is exclusively accessible for desktop devices and unmoderated testing. What Benefits Does The Figma Integration Offer? The Figma integration presents several key benefits, most… Read More »How To Use The Figma Integration

Latest Product Updates [2023]

2023 has been a year of challenges and opportunities, for both Userlytics and our clients. We are very pleased with the new capabilities and improvements launched in our newest product updates. Without further ado, let’s dive right in. The Userlytics platform got a brand new makeover Let’s start with one of the major updates of… Read More »Latest Product Updates [2023]

Define UX Study Info

Whether you choose to conduct unmoderated or moderated usability testing (or a qual versus quant),  our intuitive study builder makes it easy for you to create your study and get started. Below we break down the process of creating your first UX study in seven simple steps: Choose the Testing Methodology After choosing the asset… Read More »Define UX Study Info

Create Your First UX Study

After you’ve identified your study goals, target audience and testing methodology, it’s time to create your first UX study. The first step in creating your first UX study is to decide whether you will be conducting Unmoderated Testing, Moderated Testing, or Quantitative Testing. During an unmoderated study, your participants will be asked to go through… Read More »Create Your First UX Study

Before Starting UX Testing

So you’ve decided you want to start investing in user experience research. Soon, you’ll be on your way to creating targeted UX studies and creating an actionable plan to improve your brand’s overall customer experience. But before getting started, there’s a few things you’ll want to consider about your brand. Below, we’ll go over some… Read More »Before Starting UX Testing

Define your Test Activities

The last step before launching your first UX test is designing activities and questions for your participants. Strategically choosing tasksthat will help draw the insights you are looking for is key to conducting a successful usability study. There are a few ways you can go about creating your test script: Create from Scratch If you… Read More »Define your Test Activities

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