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Stay up to date on the evolving language of advocacy and design with Helio Definitions, our glossary of advocacy industry terminology, topics, and concepts.
A method for engaging would-be customers to learn whether our designs work in the wild.
User testing is the process of putting a website's, app's, product's, or service's interface and functions to the test by having real users do certain tasks in realistic situations.
Good interactions guide users through actions.
The user interface (UI) is the point of interaction and communication between humans and computers. Display screens, keyboards, mice, and the appearance of a desktop are all examples of this. It can also refer to the way a user interacts with a program or a website.
The responsibility of everyone on the team, not just one designer or group of designers.
A user's interaction and experience with a product, system, or service is referred to as the user experience. It encompasses a person's views on usefulness, usability, and efficiency.
A time-efficient and cost-effective method to test end-users.
An unmoderated user test allows the participant to complete tasks and answer questions at their own pace, on their own time, and at a time and location of their choosing. You can ask a user to think aloud, but there is no one to remind her if she forgets.
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