Usability Testing: Provide "Task Lists" to users of shared prototype
Just saw UXpin's beta for testing. It allows us to send them a "task list" to complete. The user makes their way through the tasks.
Would really love to have XD become my one stop solution...those other guys are charging like $50 a month just for that one tool. I know adobe can bring more.
Edit: we removed the parts about 'every click is recorded' and 'record their facial expression' -- if you are interested in those please upvote the other linked ideas listed below.
Patricia Saco Atanes commented
This week we will have to rebuild an Adobe XD prototype using Marvelapp to be able to test it with Maze.Design. We need this feature!
Awesome idea, voted!
Please implement this feature, Adobe!
Anders R commented
Too many times have my test users never scrolled my app or clicked anything. They just used the small arrows under the app to navigate on their computer. The longer my instructions beforehand the less likely they are to try it out. I just want to send them a link with the text "Hey, can you try this out for me?".
I would like to:
1. Have small animation that tells my user that they can interact with the app and not only use the slide arrows under the app.
2. Add a description of what the user should do/think/try/test, next to the pc version of the app screen.
I've edited the original description a bit to focus on the "task list" aspect specifically.
The other pieces of UXpin-like functionality that were mentioned in the description are tracked as separate suggestions here:
* Record every click user makes while using prototype: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/12939333-record-screen-clicks-while-using-shared-prototype
* Record user's face while using prototype: https://adobexd.uservoice.com/forums/353007/suggestions/12939339-record-video-of-users-face-while-using-shared-prototype
If you're interested in those features, please upvote these links too. Thanks!
NATHANAEL ROUILLARD commented
This is what we really need for UX research. So far it looks like it is a visual design tool rather than an experience design tool