10 Most Popular User Testing Methods Of 2022
Dec 06, 2021
1. Usability testing
This method allows you to determine how effective, efficient, and user-friendly your new system is. You choose the type of usability testing based on resources or test goal.
2. Concept testing
You should use this method to measure the users' acceptance of a new product. Besides identifying and increasing strengths, it also exposes potential weaknesses.
3. Card sorting
During this test, users display how they expect to interact with your website based on its navigation and layout. The types of card sorting depend on how much control the users have.
4. Tree Testing
This test asks users to locate items based on how your website is structured and spelled out. The menu structure used can be in its most basic form, ignoring design or layout.
5. A/B Testing
A/B testing helps you find out which of your ideas is the most popular among your website or application users. You need to create two versions of the same piece of content
6. First-click Testing
It helps you track where the user clicks and if he completes the task on the screen when first interacting with a website or application.
7. Beta Testing
It allow you to discover whether users understand and use all the features of the site. Provides feedback on features to add or avoid, and answers to technical questions.
8. Focus Group
Your website or app is evaluated according to the views and opinions of the users. It allows you to determine what users want from a website and their pain points.
Surveys are a great way for you to collect quantitative data from a large number of users in a short period. It is cost-effective, and fast and easy.
10. Eye Tracking Testing
IT observes the user’s eye movements while accessing a website. It helps you learn what users are looking at, their eye paths, and how they use the site.
In short, user testing helps find users' preferences, existing bugs, facilitate improvement, and helps with offering a better user experience and having more traffic on the website.
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