Usability Testing for Startups: A History and How To
I've studied usability testing for about a decade, longer than I've been a designer or working at startups. User testing has been my secret sauce across my entire career and today I’m going to write up almost everything I know. (stay tuned for another blog post with advanced tips specifically for testing B2B apps)
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