It was a spectacularly beautiful Saturday in San Francisco. Exactly the perfect day to do some field usability testing. But this was no ordinary field usability test. Sure, there’d been plenty of planning and organizing ahead of time. And there would be data analysis afterward. What made this test different from most usability tests?
- 16 people gathered to make 6 research teams
- Most of the people on the teams had never met
- Some of the research teams had people who had never taken part in usability
- The teams were going to intercept people on the street, at libraries, in farmers’
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