UX Testing

Understanding user experience is an important first step in enhancing customer experience. Focusing on conducting usability and user experience testing and evaluation.
Our services range from performing user experience test, heuristic evaluation, market survey, to lab and equipment rental and conducting workshop and training.
To date, we have developed Mi-UXLab software tool to assist in performing user experience and usability test and evaluation.
We have also published over 20 usability peer reviewed articles, which are listed in Scopus and Web of Science, individually and with various research collaborators.
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  • A user experience test is a technique to collect feedback directly from the user of the product by allow them to perform some tasks using the product.
  • User Experience is everything that happens to your users when they interact with your business or organisation via your website, application or online communications.
  • It includes everything they see, hear and do as well as their emotional reactions. They all refer to the process of understanding what users do and why they do it. It sounds simple. And it is. But it is an extremely effective way of helping you understand what you can do to improve your user experience and increase sales, build brand loyalty, and grow the number of customers coming to your website.
  • A heuristic evaluation is a inspection method that helps to identify problems in the product by judging its compliance with recognized principles or guideline.
  • Heuristic evaluation involves having a small set of evaluators examine the interface and judge its compliance with recognized usability principles (the “heuristics”).
  • In general, heuristic evaluation is difficult for a single individual to do because one person will never be able to find all the usability problems in an interface. Luckily, experience from many different projects has shown that different people find different usability problems. Therefore, it is possible to improve the effectiveness of the method significantly by involving multiple evaluators.
  • Recommendation is normally to use three to five evaluators since one does not gain that much additional information by using larger numbers.
  • The Quick test automatically explores your application to find defects and report any defects that found.
  • It covers a wide range of recommendations for making Web content more accessible and usable to users in general.
  • Following these guidelines will make content accessible to a wider range of people with disabilities, including blindness and low vision, deafness and hearing loss, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, limited movement, speech disabilities, photosensitivity and combinations of these.
  • A survey is a data collection tool used to gather information about individuals and often used to assess thoughts, opinions, and feelings.
  • Survey have a variety of purposes, and can be conducted in many ways. Survey may be conducted to gather information through a printed questionnaire, over the telephone, by mail, in person, by diskette, or on the web.
  • This information is collected through use of standardized procedures so that every participant is asked the same questions in the same way.
  • It involves asking people for information in some structured format. Depending on what is being analyzed, the participants being surveyed may be representing themselves, their employer, or some organization to which they belong.