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My time as an intern at Usabilla Announcements

My time as an intern at Usabilla

Suzanne helped Usabilla a great deal this summer. Her design skills proved invaluable, most of all in creating user flows and thinking about the user experience of our upcoming backend. It was great to have her as an intern, both on a professional and on a personal level! Suzanne was so kind to write a bit about how she experienced her time here, which you can read below. All the best Suzanne! — The Usabilla team

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Screen shot 2012-06-25 at 3.34.47 PM Theory

Test Everything You Got, Regardless Of Its Polish Or Fidelity

Sketches, wireframes, et al -- all worthy of testing

Sketches, wireframes, et al -- all worthy of testing

Whether you test your work on a regular cadence or only once or twice per cycle, the inevitable question that arises is what to actually test. We start to wrestle with the pressure of maximizing our time and money spent on testing and getting the most insight for that expense. Is it best to put a rough sketch of an idea in front of potential or existing customers or to wait until there’s a more fleshed out version to show? Should it be clickable (really clickable, i.e., working code) or a mocked up experience created using Axure, Powerpoint, Fireworks or any other tool?

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