I’m a long-term Austinite and have several topics I’m involved in that need voting on.
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Interesting question. I’ve always thought about it being per product, but it could potentially be per feature, and by sprint if you’re prioritizing features for a sprint. However, my initial instinct is that this would be a lot of extra work with little ROI. Perhaps as features are thought of, etc… this board is useful for ‘sanity’ checking them to…
Ok, it’s Sunday, and I’m sitting here leisurely reading Medium, and then, boom!, I hit a landmine of my pet-peeve. So I apologize for the little diatribe below, but I hope it’s taken in good spirits and understanding. I simply felt compelled to reply.
Awesome article here. You just said what I was wanting to write. No need now! The truth is, both qualitative and quatitative are data points that come together and give a better picture of the user and their interaction with the product. If you remove either one, or relay on one and mostly ignore the other, your product vision will be blurred, and so will the decisions you make from it.
This should be the core of any product company. Product companies tend to focus more on growth, while forgetting that their product is actually used by people for people-tasks. While it is often assumed that user growth or certain activities growth equates to user happiness, this is not necessarily true. In my usability studies I have found multiple…
I often find a Medium article I want to print. However, not all browsers really do this well. One trick I found that has kept me happy is when I use Safari, I read articles in the “Reader View”. I’ve also found that this prints perfectly when I print from reader view. However, I’ve found on Medium that sometimes Reader View works, and sometimes not.
Awesome idea to do usability testing on products we use everyday. You inspired me Nick!
I especialy liked how they said it wasn’t intuative to click the Review stars to get reviews. I can totaly see that, but it takes a user actualy trying to do it and being confused to make me realize it’s a bad user experience.