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We need help doing user experience testing!  This means users testing our software, observing what does and doesn't work for them, and recording that.
 
We need help doing user experience testing!  This means users testing our software, observing what does and doesn't work for them, and recording that.
  
We have an instance set up being run by Caleb Davis to test this: http://omgmg.dyndns.org:6543/
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If you're here to help (HOORAY!) go to the testing instance set up by Caleb Davis: http://omgmg.dyndns.org:6543/
  
Note that NOTHING ON THIS INSTANCE IS PERMANENT.  This is for user experience testing only... it will be wiped!
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Sign up for an account, add soem pictures and play around. Take some notes and then either set up an account on this wiki and add your thoughts to this page or email them to press@mediagoblin.org
  
= Running a user experience test =
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Note that NOTHING ON THIS INSTANCE IS PERMANENT.  This is for user experience testing only... your pics will be wiped!
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= User notes go in this section =
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= General thoughts on running a user experience test =
  
 
Could someone with experience with this fill in info here? ;)
 
Could someone with experience with this fill in info here? ;)

Revision as of 17:06, 16 August 2011

We need help doing user experience testing! This means users testing our software, observing what does and doesn't work for them, and recording that.

If you're here to help (HOORAY!) go to the testing instance set up by Caleb Davis: http://omgmg.dyndns.org:6543/

Sign up for an account, add soem pictures and play around. Take some notes and then either set up an account on this wiki and add your thoughts to this page or email them to press@mediagoblin.org

Note that NOTHING ON THIS INSTANCE IS PERMANENT. This is for user experience testing only... your pics will be wiped!

User notes go in this section

General thoughts on running a user experience test

Could someone with experience with this fill in info here? ;)


I (Jan-Christoph Borchardt) write a thesis at the moment on Coordinating low-cost usability testing in independent free & open source software projects
There are many small tips and recipes on how to do your own testing. Especially look into the Methods part.
Please let me know if you have any other experiences with testing, I intend on regularly updating that document and release the full version freely licensed once it’s done as well as some kind of a quick start guide.

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