Monthly Archives: May 2009

Usability, A/B or Alpha/Beta Testing, What’s Better? Part II Alpha/Beta Testing

Web site managers have many choices when testing their sites, including usability, A/B or Alpha/Beta testing, but which one is best, and why? Part II  The Pros and Cons of Alpha or Beta Testing This is Part II, the Pros … Continue reading

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Usability, A/B or Alpha/Beta Testing, What’s Better? Part I A/B Testing

Web site managers have many choices when testing their sites, including usability, A/B or Alpha/Beta testing, but which one is best, and why? A recent Tweet from Eric Harrigan asked an intriguing question: “If you could implement only one website … Continue reading

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Interview with Daniel Szuc

Interview with Usability Leader Daniel Szuc Today’s interview is with a usability dynamo, Daniel Szuc. Among Dan’s significant contributions to the usability profession are: President and founding member of the Hong Kong branch of the Usability Professional’s Association, Principal Usability … Continue reading

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