Think like an accessible UX researcher part 3: five common mistakes in usability testing and how to avoid them

This is the third in a series of posts reviewing the advice in Think like a UX Researcher, by David Travis and Philip Hodgson, from the perspective of involving people with disabilities in UX research (see Part 1 and Part 2). In this post, we’ll look at their advice on usability testing and the ways that … Continue reading Think like an accessible UX researcher part 3: five common mistakes in usability testing and how to avoid them