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Usability Quick Check – What is it?

Author: Minh Nguyen

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Sep 2023

A usability quick check is a method to efficiently and quickly evaluate the usability of your product. The aim is to identify usability, operation and user experience problems and thus find out where improvements are needed.


How does a usability quick check work?

2 experts analyze a product within 60 minutes. The experts identify problems and develop proposed solutions.

The usability quick check answers these questions

  • You present your product to us.
  • We ask questions to understand your product.
  • We identify operating, usability and user experience problems.
  • We develop live solution proposals and coordinate them with you.


How does a usability quick check work fo

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