Running Your Own Guerrilla Usability Testing

Written by Michael Lee on October 6, 2014

Today, I was tasked to start prepping to run a usability test of a project at work. I’ve done some basic usability tests when I was in an HCI course and then again in my human factors course. But I needed a refresher.

I came across this presentation by a guy named John Chan. Looking over the slides, he shares about how to run your own guerilla usability test. There’s definitely some good tips and examples to build as a foundation for your own tests in this presentation.

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