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Posted 1 Dec 2005

8 guidelines for usability testing

, 1 Dec 2005
Eight essential guidelines for usability testing, helping you to plan, run and analyse usability tests.


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This article was written by Tim Fidgeon, Head of Usability at Webcredible. He's crazy about usability and runs Webcredible's web usability training and writing for the web training.

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