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Client Participation in UX Matters


July, 2008. By allowing clients to observe research sessions and communicate with the moderator, new remote testing tools enable them to participate directly in remote research. The benefits to this approach are many: research becomes more transparent, which can enhance stakeholder buy-in; clients of various disciplines can contribute context and insight to user comments; clients can request the moderator to probe unforeseen issues during testing as they arise; clients can provide live assistance to the moderator in interpreting or addressing issues that come up with prototypes. User Experience Magazine Site »

Remote Usability Site


July 10th, 2006. Blog we created with explanations of the different remote usability methods and links to the latest tools and methods. Remote Usability Web Site) »

Remote Testing versus Lab Testing


February 3rd, 2005. Case study that offers direct comparison of remote and laboratory testing in a controlled scenario. Read Full Article (HTML) »

Moderating Techniques for Remote Studies


January 5th, 2005. Guide to moderating remote usability studies, including details on traditional techniques and some particulars to remote research. Read Full Article (HTML) »

Remote Usability Explained


November 11th, 2004. Guide to moderating remote usability studies, including details on traditional techniques and some particulars to remote research. Read Full Article (HTML) »

Tutorial on Conducting Your Own Remote Study


February 16th, 2005. Want to conduct your own remote usability study? We walk you through every step of the research, from recruiting to observation. Read Full Article (HTML) »

Binary Proletariat


April 24th, 2000. Analysis of the new workforce structures of digital-era employment. Read Full Article (HTML) »