Help Us Make URF10 Perfect
We’re putting the final touches on User Research Friday 2010, which is coming up on November 19th (and the 18th for workshops). As part of making sure the day is filled with learning and joy, we’d love your help with two questions about some of our content:
1. What would you like to hear about from Darrell Benatar, the CEO of usertesting.com?
He’s agreed to come talk if there’s something of clear value he can share with a group of usability professionals. Want him to come? Send a great question or two you’d like to hear him answer. Keep in mind, he’s created a successful product that offers self-moderated research, but it’s not like he’s a practitioner who created that whole category. If you’re not familiar with the tool, here’s a detailed review.
2. Is it possible to discuss eye tracking without a war?
There seems to be two entrenched sides to eye tracking – those who think it’s a waste of money and time, and those who think it’s valuable. Since we have all been to panels that wasted our very life essence, we’d like to make sure our eye tracking panel is valuable for you. What questions or topics would you like to hear about on eye tracking from Jared Spool, Nick Finck, Leslie Cachon, and Brian Krausz?
Leave your questions as comments, or if you’d prefer to remain anonymous, email them to Nate and he will guard your identity. For reals.