It can feel redundant to create a report after a well-executed usability test, especially if you’ve involved the rest of your team from the start. However, usability reports are a strong method for communicating your results to your team and your wider organization in a clear, professional way, in order to build support for your research efforts.
Whether you’re a seasoned UX designer with a dedicated budget, or just getting started, read on for our list of the best free and paid usability testing tools you should try.
“The Cognitive Walkthrough: A Low-Cost Usability Testing Method and Empathy Training Tool” on AdobeXD
Imagination, empathy, and objectivity are the most important traits to apply to this method, and these traits can be found across organizations. This can be a great opportunity to bring non-designers into the design process, and could even be leveraged as an empathy training activity in collaboration with HR (hint, hint)!