Getting comfortable with user testing: Roleplay at the UXForum

Getting comfortable with user testing: Roleplay at the UXForum
Getting comfortable with user testing: Roleplay at the UXForum
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A dev’s guide to resources #1-#4 at Mozfest22

A dev's guide to resources #1-#4 at Mozfest22
A dev’s guide to resources #1-#4 at Mozfest22: A short video on our resources and how they were formed
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A Dev’s guide to synthesis - workshop

A Dev's guide to synthesis - workshop
After creating the third resource in our user testing series all about the synthesis processes, we wanted to make sure the information was clear so that real OSS tool teams could run and participate in a synthesis process of their own.
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A Dev’s guide to synthesis at FOSDEM22

A Dev's guide to synthesis at FOSDEM22
After creating the third resource in our user testing series about the synthesis process and running a small workshop session to test the content with real OSS tool teams, our talk about research synthesis was accepted by the Open Source Design devroom at FOSDEM 2022. During the 20-minute talk, we took our audience through the process of creating resources for the USABLE.tools project and why we focussed on creating the first three resources around the user testing process before delving into the synthesis resource in detail.
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A Dev’s guide to synthesis - Resource #3

A Dev's guide to synthesis - Resource #3
The third resource in our user testing series is all about the synthesis process.
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Developer and Design Collaboration in open source

Developer and Design Collaboration in open source
Collaboration processes came up in our initial research interviews with tool team members. Without prior experience of collaboration between design and development, OSS tool teams found it difficult to understand what good collaboration means and looks like.
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Resource #2 of our user testing series

Resource #2 of our user testing series
This guide focuses on informal, DIY, beginner user testing in a process that’s not rigorous but extremely valuable. As a short and practical guide, it helps teams get started, but shouldn’t be used to shift into a career of user research.
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Imakefoss Twitter takeover

Imakefoss Twitter takeover
Imakefoss twitter take over for USABLE resource ‘Usertesting can be fun: An FAQ for small open source teams
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User testing can be fun - poster version

User testing can be fun - poster version
‘Usertesting can be fun: An FAQ for small open source teams - poster version
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User testing can be fun

User testing can be fun
This guide and FAQ focuses on user testing and how ‘user testing can be fun’. We built this as an interactive clickable ‘game’ (created in SugarCube https://twinery.org/ thanks Twine!) so you can follow through with our coder squirrel Hex as they learn all about user testing.
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