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In Part 1, we described how we started sketching and wireframing based off the qualitative insights and quantitative insights from our user testing on Yelp’s website. Now, we’ll look at low fidelity prototyping, high fidelity prototyping, and the final new design.
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In our previous posts, we described the qualitative insights and quantitative insights from our user testing on Yelp’s website. Now that the results and analysis were done, it was time to put pen to paper and our cursors to the screen to get designing. We’ll show side by side comparisons of the current Yelp design(…)
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Our last post talked about our qualitative analysis of the user tests on Yelp’s website. We found 7 key insights, such as learning that the Events tab wasn’t very helpful and that the filters could use improvement. In this post, we’ll take a closer look at quantitative analysis on the Yelp site by discussing the(…)
The first part of our analysis involved examining the qualitative data collected through the screen-recorded user tests we mentioned in our previous post. As you might recall, we ran a series of tests on 5 users (as recommended by Jakob Nielsen). When choosing users, we were looking for semi-frequent Yelp users. Our 5 users included 3 users(…)
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