WEB204 » 06) Usability Testing Your Website Interface Report
The primary aspect of Usability Testing, as described by Usability.gov, is the technique used to evaluate a product by testing it with representative users. And, in the test, these users will try to complete typical tasks while observers watch, listen and take notes.
You and your team will be running a Usability Testing study on your website interface consisting of 3 tasks and up to 8 student participants.
- This Usability Testing Your Website Interface Report shall be written as to describe the motivations for, procedures of and results of conducting a Usability Testing Your Website Interface Report.
- Your Usability Test Report should include but not be limited to: a) Introduction, b) the Research Question(s), c) Participant Info, d) Methods, e) Logistics, f) Results, g) Conclusions, and an h) Appendix.
- Post a link to this assignment in the comments section AND print it out to turn in as your Usability Testing Your Website Interface Report assignment according to the class Schedule (Winter) or Schedule (Spring).
- Report: Usability Testing Study of Seattle Central Community College Website | Mike Sinkula, Bob Kittle, Asmi Joshi & Yoel Sumitro
- Presentation: Usability Testing Study of Seattle Central Community College Website | Mike Sinkula, Bob Kittle, Asmi Joshi & Yoel Sumitro
- Usability Testing Report for the Seattle Tilth Site | Cameron Kunz, Michelle Szwedo, and Jeff Reynolds
- Report Template: Usability Test | Usability.gov