Remote Usability Testing
Definition - What does Remote Usability Testing mean?
Techopedia explains Remote Usability Testing
Along with security protocols, the testing community has actually come up with some detailed standards for remote usability testing, including timelines (e.g., 15 to 30 minutes), complexity (e.g., three to five tasks) and the need to have clear, transparent presentation models. Remote usability testing allows researchers to get a unique window into the natural ways that end users are interacting with their technologies in order to improve the user friendliness and efficiency of interface design.
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