usability testing

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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Nov 07, 2013
In Forresters 53-criteria evaluation of online testing platform vendors, we identified the seven most significant providers Adobe, Autonomy, Maxymiser, Monetate, Optimizely, SiteSpect, and Webtrends in the category and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria, and where these vendors stand in relation to each other, to help customer intelligence professionals select the right partner for their online testing needs.
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adobe, forrester wave, online testing platforms, vendor selection, optimize core competency, digital marketers, maturing vendor solutions, future of online testing
    
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Published By: Applause     Published Date: Jul 14, 2017
Learn tips, techiques and trends for launching great digital experiences that delight your users in our free guide.
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mobile app testing, mobile applications, mobile application testing, software testing, functional testing, usability testing, usability studies, security testing
    
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Published By: Applause     Published Date: Jul 14, 2017
Learn how to ensure your digital properties work everywhere, every time and for everyone in our top rated guide.
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in-the-wild digital testing, digital testing, digital experience, testing applications, testing software, real world testing, functional testing, usability testing
    
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Published By: Applause     Published Date: Jul 14, 2017
You only get once chance to make a first impression and a good impression of your product is key to keeping customers engaged and happy. Gain access to six steps that will help your organization launch an intuitive app with the support of crowdsourced usability testing in our free eBook.
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usability testing, accessibility testing, crowdsourced testing, ux testing, usability, qa testing, quality assurance, crowd testing
    
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Published By: Applause Israel     Published Date: Sep 25, 2018
The goal of usability testing, simply put, is to make sure that a user can complete the tasks they are expected to complete. Usability testing doesnt test whether or not the functions of the application, website or connected device work correctly, but rather that a user intuitively understands how to perform these tasks and how easy or difficult it was to do so. With usability testing, close enough wont cut it. A product may have a superior architecture, a great set of features, good performance, scalability and a number of other positive attributes. However, all of this effort is wasted if the user experience is inadequate. An application, website or connected device that is not user-friendly is just as bad as a buggy version and can lead to diminished revenue, product abandonment or a total failure. An application with poor usability can also negatively affect a brand
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