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  1. Who Do I Talk To Now? Who to talk to, what to ask, and what tools to use for DIY user research Laura Klein @lauraklein laura@usersknow.com http://www.usersknow.com
  2. This talk is not for Experts (well, not UX experts, anyway)
  3. Fine, Who’s It For Then? • Founders • Engineers • Product Managers • Marketing Managers • Peoplewho want to listen to their users, but don’t know where to start
  4. What’s It About, Anyway? Who to listen to When to listen to them What to ask them
  5. It’s Also About Tools To Make Your Life Easier LiveView
  6. Damn! That’s a lot of tools
  7. Is This A Little Better? Remote Unmoderated Written Feedback Finding Micro Usability Moderated Testing Tests w/ Video & Surveys Participants Tests LiveView (mobile)
  8. Wait, What Are Unmoderated Tests With Video? Watch and Listen to Real People Using Your Application!
  9. Wait, What Are Unmoderated Tests With Video? Watch and Listen to Real People Using Your Application!
  10. Micro-Usabili-What Now?
  11. Get People’s First Impressions of Your Landing Pages
  12. Get People’s First Impressions of Your Landing Pages
  13. What You Get
  14. See Where People Click on Mockups
  15. See Where People Click on Mockups
  16. What You Get
  17. What’s So Great About Remote Testing? • Talk to more people, faster • Recruit from a larger pool of users • Find people all over the world • Reduce no-shows and recruiting costs
  18. What About MY Needs? Think about your scenarios now! (You may be called on at the end of the presentation)
  19. Great, What Sort Of Research Should I Do? The type of research you do depends on what you have to show users and what you want to learn.
  20. You Have An Idea
  21. You Want To Know... • Is my idea any good? • Will anybody actually buy this? • Does this solve a problem for anybody?
  22. You Should Talk To... • Competitors’ Customers • Potential Customers (best guess) • Personas
  23. You Should Ask... What made you decide What do you like about to do it this way? your solution? What’s missing? What are you currently doing? What else have you What do you hate about tried? your solution? What’s your problem? If you could change something, what would it be? Will you show me?
  24. You Can Use... Competitor Landing Page Remote Use Videos Tests Conversations
  25. You Have A Sketch (or Maybe A Few Sketches)
  26. You Want To Know... • Do people get what this is? • How do people react to different implementations of this idea? • Does this solve any of the problems we identified earlier?
  27. You Should Talk To... • Competitors’ Customers • Customers (acquired from landing page tests) • Potential Customers (best guess) • Personas
  28. You Should Ask... What do you think is What would you do if you going on here? saw this? What’s missing? What do you think this is? Which of these sketches do What do you think you you like best? could do with this? If you could change How does this compare to something, what would it be? what you currently use?
  29. You Can Use... Micro Remote Usability Tests Usability Tests
  30. You Have An Interactive Prototype
  31. You Want To Know... • Can people use this? • Where do people get lost? • What aren’t people understanding?
  32. You Should Talk To... • Customers (acquired from landing page tests) • Competitors’ Customers • Potential Customers (best guess) • Personas • People with Right Level of Tech Savvy (for usability)
  33. You Should Ask... What do you think is What would you do if you going on here? saw this? Anything you like about this? How would you perform a task? Anything you hate about this? Anything particularly confusing about this? What’s missing? If you could change How does this compare to something, what would it be? what you currently use?
  34. You Can Use... Unmoderated Remote Test Videos Usability Tests
  35. You Have A Product (yay!)
  36. You Want To Know... • How are people actually using this? • Why do the metrics look like that? • What are the problems people are having in the real world?
  37. You Should Talk To... • New Customers • Retained Customers (in all categories) • Competitors’ Customers • Potential Customers (best guess) • Potential Customers (in different groups)
  38. You Should Ask... Is there anything that doesn’t What do you think is work as expected? going on here? Anything you like about this? How do you use this? Anything you hate about this? Anything particularly Will you show me? confusing about this? What’s missing? If you could change How does this compare to something, what would it be? other things you’ve used?
  39. You Can Use... Unmoderated Micro Usability Remote Written Test Videos Tests Usability Tests Feedback
  40. You Have A New Feature Idea For Your Product
  41. You Should... Go Back to the Beginning!
  42. WARNING! These steps are not as linear as this presentation might imply...
  43. You Should Never Ever Ask (in Any Stage)... Don’t you hate this? Don’t you love this? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU??? Isn’t this a cool product? Would you use this feature I’m about to explain to you in Would you use this product to excruciating detail? solve this problem I’ve just explained to you in excruciating detail?
  44. Those Tools Again... Remote Unmoderated Written Feedback Finding Micro Usability Moderated Testing Tests w/ Video & Surveys Participants Tests LiveView (mobile)
  45. Your Turn! Q&A
  46. Free Stuff And Stuff To Read • First 25 People to sign up for UserTesting.com get a free test with the code: web20expo - use by 4/16 • When to Use Which User Experience Research Methods • User Research Tips • 24 Usability Test Tools
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