Tag Archives: user research
Posted on 03. Aug, 2012 by Sarah Curds.
Data informed web design is the backbone of our conversion optimisation process used to create on-going iterative improvements for our clients. It can also be used to de-risk redesigns, fix specific performance issues and inform design or strategy decisions. Data Informed v Data Driven Data driven game design has been around for years. Most top [...]
Posted on 04. Jul, 2012 by Ann Harrison.
There are a number of ways to have your eyes opened to a subject and not all of them are fun, but my work experience with the User Experience department at LBi has been on the ‘waking up with the sun shining on your face and a Guardian at the foot of your bed’ scale [...]
Posted on 07. Mar, 2012 by Amy McInnes.
A foundation for good usability? When faced by too much choice we are shown to make fewer decisions. Why? The more choices we have (be those visual, image, auditory, written text etc.) the more we begin to feel overwhelmed and our decision making process becomes more difficult – a reaction commonly referred to as ‘choice [...]
Posted on 06. Jul, 2011 by Sarah Curds.
We recently conducted iPad user testing sessions from our lab at Brick Lane in London to assess user interaction with a retail customer service application. For those of you interested in how to get started, this post briefly explains our technical set-up and some key planning considerations for the research sessions. Due to the nature [...]
Posted on 12. Apr, 2011 by Sarah Curds.
You measure us on our successes and those successes are measured, in part, by how well the traffic that we attract and drive to our client’s websites then converts into leads, sales or subscriptions. We know that it’s not enough to increase volume; we must also increase value if we are to help our clients [...]