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Tips to Improve UX of Testing Websites

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To do this testing, there are different tools and websites available. But what about the experience of these so-called user experience testing websites? Are they always perfect? Not really! Even they fall trap to some real experience killers every now and then.

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The UX experience testing software or websites also have plenty of room for improvement. Here are some common UX killers that we have identified that can be removed.

  • Address the Clutter

Many website owners tend to keep their website pages very busy. They provide a lot of information on the same page. This creates clutter on the page which can be overwhelming. Instead, try to minimize the information so that there is room to breathe for the design. Adopt a minimalist approach and keep things simple.

  • Focus on Users

You may be the owner of the software or the website but the real user is someone else. If the users find it hard to use your product then you are not really gaining much. So, plan the user interface in such a way that it makes life simple for the users. Think about what the users might be interested in and why they are using your product. Deliver on these expectations.

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  • Provide Tutorials

New users who attempt to use your product will abandon it within no time if they find it hard to understand how to start. You can provide useful tips and tutorials to the new users. Offer a step-by-step guideline to walk them through the entire process. Also make user manual or documentation available for users.

  • Simplify Analysis & Results

When your product is generating the analysis or results of a test make sure that you have simplified them for the users. Do not use technical jargons which can frustrate your users. Instead, give them simple understanding of what is not right accompanied with tips on how to improve it.

  • Reduce Efforts

Try to reduce unnecessary efforts of the users. Do not make them work hard to get the test report. If testing can be done within 7 steps then see how you can make them 5 instead of making them 10.

Conclusion

Every single website or tool always has room for improving the user experience. All you have got to do is approach it with the right mindset and clear objectives.

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