Articles about Remote Testing

Book Review: Of Testing and Techniques

Book cover: Beyond the Usability Lab

A review of Beyond the Usability Lab: Conducting Large-Scale Online User Experience Studies by Bill Albert, Tom Tullis, Donna Tedesco. This book is well-structured for practitioners of remote usability testing. [Read More]

Automated Usability Testing: A Case Study

Although not useful in all circumstances, unmoderated remote tests can compensate for a lack of direct observation and interaction. [Read More]

The Client Speaks: Supporting Participation in Remote Moderated Research

Remote user testing is primarily employed when speed, convenience, or international testing is called for. However, there are practical qualitative benefits to using remote methodologies, as well. [Read More]

A Moderated Debate: Comparing Lab and Remote Testing

Unmoderated tests provide more data, but don’t automatically provide insight. Strong pattern recognition and hypothesis development skills are necessary for interpretation. [Read More]

An Attainable Goal: Quantifying usability and user experience

Client companies are coming to appreciate the importance of quantifying a website’s usability and user experience and the role usability plays in a website’s success. [Read More]