Designer as User: Testing in the Wild

Chloe Silver
May 4, 2017 · 7 min read
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Photograph by Darren Hull

The Problem

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Seems comfortable, but how much can one really discover at a desk?

Initial Research & Testing

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The glorious check-in design.
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We use a variation of the rainbow spreadsheet for our usability testing.

Into the Wild

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The lineup for registration: it’s so hectic that you can’t even see the tables at the far end of the hall.

Testing Designs in Context

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EventMobi

An inside look at how we build the ultimate Event…

Chloe Silver

Written by

Designer, drummer, maker, shower singer. Currently a Toronto-based UX/UI designer. Find me @chloesil or on chloesilver.ca

EventMobi

EventMobi

An inside look at how we build the ultimate Event Technology Platform at EventMobi

Chloe Silver

Written by

Designer, drummer, maker, shower singer. Currently a Toronto-based UX/UI designer. Find me @chloesil or on chloesilver.ca

EventMobi

EventMobi

An inside look at how we build the ultimate Event Technology Platform at EventMobi

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