The UXalliance excellent services originate also in our unceasing commitment to research. The results of our collaborative work translate into publications often made available to the public. If you are interested in collaborating with the UXalliance on future research studies, please feel free to contact us.
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When companies introduced a travel ban in the past week and social distancing became a norm, alarm bells started across the research community. Personal interaction and communication is the heart of what we do. What happens when you can’t travel and meet users?
The explosion in wireless connectivity combined with the declining costs of technology such as smartphones has provided millions of people with access to online services. Many services that previously catered to niche audiences, now find their user bases exploding. Online dating- dating apps, to be more precise is one such service that has seen benefited from this trend.
User Intelligence and 13 other partners of the UXalliance conducted an independent and global study on best practices for MyAccounts, the log-in protected environment that allows organisations to offer personal content to their customers.
UXalliance experts from 17 countries all over the world have reviewed blood pressure monitors connected to mobile applications, assessing the customer’s satisfaction from purchase journey, through out-of-box experience, to daily use.
UXalliance members from 18 countries have carried out a survey on security and usability of bank sites accessible on the Web or on mobile devices. They analyzed 38 banking sites identifying the most successful practices around the world.
Our long experience in usability testing has given us precious insights on the world’s many different cultures. A good understanding of these differences will help you avoid pitfalls as well as achieve the best results when testing abroad.
A research, conducted by about 40 user experience professionals from 17 countries around the world, has scrutinized the Twitter accounts of ten top global companies to verify if they were equal to the companies’ outstanding reputation.