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15 Mobile UX Facts and Insights for 2016

15 Mobile UX Facts and Insights for 2016

Jeff Sauro • July 19, 2016

The mobile user experience is no longer a niche industry. It's hard to talk about the user experience of websites and software and not consider the impact and experience of mobile devices. We've presented a number of facts and insights in 2013 and 2015. Here's an updated and expanded version culled from many sources on the internet and our own mobile usability studies.[Read More]


5 Ways to Use the System Usability Scale (SUS)

5 Ways to Use the System Usability Scale (SUS)

Jeff Sauro • July 12, 2016

The System Usability Scale (SUS) is the most used questionnaire to measure perceptions of usability. The SUS's wide adoption and good psychometric properties means it's a good instrument to start measuring with. Here are five uses of the System Usability Scale: After a usability test, in a survey, with prototypes, for focused functionality, on mobile apps and more.[Read More]


5 Steps for Getting Started with Statistics for Research

5 Steps for Getting Started with Statistics for Research

Jeff Sauro • July 5, 2016

Statistics can be daunting, especially for UX professionals who aren't particularly excited about the idea of using numbers to improve designs. But like any skill that can be learned, it takes some time to understand statistical concepts and put them into practice. Here's five steps for getting started: understanding data types, sampling error, confidence intervals, statistical significance and knowing what test to use.[Read More]


Essential Excel Skills For Researchers Part 2

Essential Excel Skills For Researchers Part 2

Jeff Sauro • June 28, 2016

Excel is an invaluable tool for analyzing and displaying data. In Part 1 I covered some essentials Excel skills, such as conditionals, absolute references and the fill handle. In this second part I'll cover a few more shortcuts and advanced functionalities that mimic database manipulations (without needing to know SQL).[Read More]


Essential Excel Skills For Researchers Part 1

Essential Excel Skills For Researchers Part 1

Jeff Sauro • June 21, 2016

Excel is a powerful program. It's like an onion, peeling back layers to reveal increasingly specialized functions. It can take years to master. But after you get beyond the basic idea of the spreadsheet and simple formulas, you should master the following functions and techniques that make data analysis more efficient and powerful. Part 1 of 2.[Read More]

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About Jeff Sauro

About Jeff Sauro

Jeff Sauro is the founding principal of MeasuringU, a company providing statistics and usability consulting to Fortune 1000 companies.
He is the author of over 20 journal articles and 5 books on statistics and the user-experience.
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