Monthly Archives: March 2014

How can I schedule user testing?

Good news – short post. ¬†ūüôā We are about to conduct our second round of usability testing on Reacht. ¬†We’re already feeling some pain associated with scheduling participants. For our first usability test we invited people to “just show up … Continue reading

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Perception is reality

Last week we conducted a substantial usability test evolution for Reacht. ¬†We were seeking truth about several things: problem-solution fit perception of the unique selling proposition (USP) application discoverability usability colors, branding, style We got the truth ūüôā ¬†Some of … Continue reading

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Reacht usability testing: THANKS!!!

This week was “alpha week” (aka, get it out week, live user testing week) for our Reacht¬†(@reachtapp) application. ¬†We’ve been in testing mode with real users for a while but this week we invited a larger group to experience and … Continue reading

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Can I pay at Starbucks with my watch?

Yes. ¬†I won’t bury the lede. ¬†Here’s the short video using my Pebble watch: I bought my Pebble watch on Kickstarter. ¬†The Pebble watches have come a LONG way since that first Kickstarter batch. ¬†Perhaps the most significant development was … Continue reading

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Working remotely: Ugly/Bad/Good

The last thirty days has given us a lot of snow (at least by Virginia standards) and higher-than-usual incidence of colds/flus/sick colleagues. ¬†Between the snow, ice, and sick days we’ve had a lot of remote working days. ¬†The concentration of … Continue reading

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