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“Five users will find 85% of the usability problems" - and other myths about usability testing

A discussion for usability practitioners about widespread but doubtful beliefs about usability test planning, execution and communication of results.

Usability testing is by far the most widely used usability method. Nonetheless, it’s often conducted with poor or unsystematic methodology and thus doesn't always live up to its full potential. This panel will present a number of controversial beliefs about usability testing and discuss if they are myths.


Panel (90 minute) by Rolf Molich (DialogDesign), Dana Chisnell (Usabilityworks), Ron Perkins (Design Perspectives), Jakob Biesterfeldt (User Interface Design (UID))
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Advanced Practitioners (AP)
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8:30am to 10:00am on Friday, May 28, 2010