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Escape the Lab – May 6th

April 6, 2010 No comments yet

Come hang with us in San Francisco or attend remotely on May 6th from 9am – 4:30pm PST. We’re holding our third Escape The Lab workshop on remote UX research methods and tools. You get hands-on training with the latest moderated and un-moderated remote UX research tools. Space is limited as we’re only allowing 10 […]

Usertesting.com Review by Rolf Molich

April 6, 2010 2 comments

[Guest author: Rolf Molich owns and manages DialogDesign, a small Danish usability consultancy that he founded in 1993. Rolf conceived and coordinated the Comparative Usability Evaluation studies CUE-1 through CUE-8 in which almost 100 professional usability teams tested or reviewed the same applications.]

Escape The Lab – Aug. 26

August 3, 2009 No comments yet

Want to learn remote research? Bolt | Peters is hosting a one-day workshop on August 26th, and you’re invited. Give us a day and we can teach you all the rocket surgery you need to conduct qualitative studies the real-time, native environment way.

B|P Intern Tells All!

April 4, 2008 No comments yet

The raw, uncut dirt on Bolt|Peters from our intern-for-a-day, UCSD Cog Sci student Jason van Merle. Enjoy! -Tony ——– So over spring break I decided to skip the margaritas and take my sliver of free time to visit with Bolt | Peters in San Francisco. Last spring, Nate Bolt and Mike Towber had given a […]

UPA Remote Usability Sessions

June 22, 2007 No comments yet

Most folks we talked to at the UPA conference this year in Colorado had conducted remote moderated testing using some combination of web conferencing tools and Morae. There were a couple sessions on remote usability tools, and they focused primarily on web apps like WebEx, Breeze, GoToMeeting, etc. One speaker, Mike, did mention that tools […]