I Sat Through Hours of User Testing Sessions. Here’s What I Learned.
Kristof Orts

I definitely not agree about remote testing vs. real life. In fact, you can’t say what’s best because depends on the project you are working on. If you need speed and to find issues, then remote is a great option. If you need to understand why users have those problems, then I prefer to go real. The result is different.

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