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Capturing Feedback In A User’s Natural Environment

Capturing Feedback in a User’s Natural Environment

  • August 25, 2017

Remote usability testing allows you to conduct user research with participants in their natural environment by employing screen-sharing software or online remote usability vendor services.  You will be amazed how powerful a quick test with remote users is at discovering where your design needs to go.

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Want An Easy Way To Spy On Your Competition?

Want An Easy Way to Spy on Your Competition?

  • May 26, 2017

At Situated Research, we help our clients to conduct competitive website assessments so our clients can stay ahead of their industry. A Competitive Website Assessment makes it easy to spy on your competition. You’ll be able to see things like how many indexed pages, inbound links, and social media followers they have, and how your traffic rank compares to theirs. 

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Tips On Improving Your Website’s User Experience, Part 2

Tips on Improving Your Website’s User Experience, Part 2

  • February 2, 2017

Last week we published an article on the first five tips on improving your website’s user experience. Today we want to continue with that same theme and provide the final five tips.

This list is a starting point to providing the user experience that you want to give your customers online. Remember, if users come to your website and have trouble finding information or ordering a product, they will often leave your website and you will lose their business. 

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Tips On Improving Your Website’s User Experience, Part 1

Tips on Improving Your Website’s User Experience, Part 1

  • January 26, 2017

Websites are a representation of your business and your products or services offered. That is why it is so important to give your users a great experience no matter how they interact with your business.

Our team has come up with ten usability guidelines for web developers and business owners to follow. This list is a starting point to providing the user experience that you want to give your customers online.

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Dragon Front Is A Hearthstone-Like Card Game Built For Virtual Reality

Dragon Front Is a Hearthstone-Like Card Game Built for Virtual Reality

  • March 1, 2016

A game that rethinks the first-person VR approach

Virtual reality has traditionally been about transporting you to new worlds and making you believe you’re really there. It’s the immersion element, known as “presence” in industry lingo, that makes VR feel like magic. So it was refreshing to see Dragon Front, a new VR game in development for the Oculus Rift, take the approach in an entirely different direction. 

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How To Conduct User Research And Build Features

How to Conduct User Research and Build Features

  • October 5, 2015

“So, Megan, what do you do?”

What a loaded question, geeze. I do lots of things. I run. I eat. I hang out with my 5 rabbits (yeah, they’re awesome). Everyone asks me this question at every networking event, and I still don’t have a succinct, articulate answer. I usually reply with something along the lines of,

“I do user research and product strategy consulting for early stage startups.” 

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How To Fix A Bad User Interface

How to Fix a Bad User Interface

  • September 25, 2015

Hey! This is an excerpt from my book Designing Products People Lovewhich will be published by O’Reilly in December. Learn more about the book and the 20+ product designers from Facebook, Twitter, Slack, etc. who were interviewed about how they work.

Have you ever experienced a user interface that feels lifeless? Have you created a UI that just seems to be missing…something

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