Wyrwane z kontekstu – Why I never use panels provided by remote usability testing services

When you use a panel provided by remote usability testing service, you end up gathering data from a bunch of freelancers – professional participants who know the kind of things they’re expected to say. At best, they’ll make a real effort to take the tasks seriously and you feedback. At worst, they’re just actors, going through the motions to get paid.

Real user research involves recruiting participants who honestly care about the problem your service is trying to solve. They’ll engage with the information, weigh up their options in difficult decisions, and carefully consider implications. Most importantly, they’ll draw upon their life experiences to weigh up the benefits of your service against their current practices and other competitors.

Źródło: Why I never use panels provided by remote usability testing services, Harry Brignull, 90 percent of everything

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