With the evolution of usability testing and cutting edge tools like Loop11 creating a new wave of research techniques and methodologies, usability professionals are continuously discovering new ways of conducting research, thus finding new insights into usability testing.
So we set out to compile a list of the top ten usability research findings for 2010. Thankfully, Jeff Sauro at measuringusability.com saved us a lot of time by already putting together a list of Top 10 Research-Based Usability Findings of 2010. Some of the major findings of 2010 were based around remote and unmoderated testing as well as online surveys and self-reporting. There are a few interesting game-changing surprises on the list, especially at number one. What do you think made it to number one? Check out the top ten list here.
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