This page highlights the tasks and summary of our blog posts detailing our progress and findings as well as the resources, tools and methods used in this project. It is divided into the project stages to allow readers to follow our progress.
News: User testing gets rave reviews
Caroline Jarrett, usability consultant and author of ‘”Forms that work: Designing web forms for usability”, sat-in on one of the webteam’s user-testing sessions and had this to say about progress with in-house testing:
“I was impressed with the quality of the user-testing methods and approach.”
The webteam have conducted six user-tests so far in 2010 and expect to complete another 12 before the end of the year. We’re always on the look-out for user-testing volunteers. If you are interested to get involved, please fill in our volunteers form here.
January – March 2010
Camden Website Redesign Project Stage 1 – User Research, Usability Testing and Research Findings
Links to related blog posts:-
April – June 2010
- User designs
- Usability testings on website designs