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Introducing The User Testing Field Guide

Posted 2 months ago by Murat Mutlu

We’re excited to launch our awesome free field guide for individuals and teams that have always wanted to get started with usability testing but didn’t know where to start.

The User Testing Field Guide helps you build your first ever user research initiative with everything you need to get buy-in, recruit, prototype, start testing and gathering results.

It also contains explainers on different methodologies including moderated, remote and guerrilla testing. Plus insight into the importance of user testing to businesses, how to test with different types of prototypes and how we approach user testing at Marvel.

It’s the perfect companion for your prototyping and user testing projects in Marvel.

The eBook comes in three parts: the field guide, plus the printable template for creating a test plan and recording results.

What inside:

We can’t wait to see how you use it! Grab the download by hitting the button below.

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