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Thoughts, musings, and adventures of a user experience designer and front-end developer

In Case of Emergency…

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One goal of user experience design is to ensure that when interacting with a product, users understand how to use the product quickly, with little or no training. This applies to a myriad of things we encounter in our daily lives – a car’s dashboard, a thermostat, even a toaster oven. It’s especially true when the product is (literally) life-saving.

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The difference between UAT and User testing

User acceptance testing (UAT) helps determine if software works as described in the requirements, and if users can complete their tasks according to the workflow defined at the beginning of the project. However, while UAT focuses on the functionality of the software, user testing focuses on the experience the user had while completing their task. Continue reading…