One of the services I offer my clients is remote user testing. I use usertesting.com. I charge the price of the test (about $40) per participant and then for my time developing the tasks and analyzing the results (watching videos, writing report, making recommendations for changes). I also include up to 10 hours of design changes. The whole package comes to about 4K-6K depending on the number of test takers (6-12).
Does this sound reasonable? Too high or too low? Would anyone be willing to share what they charge?
Fellow IxDA colleagues, interaction peers, and UX design nutjobs!
LET'S SWAP USER TESTS!! (Hey, baby... I'll test your app if you test mine!)
So, like in this community, I'm an Interaction/UX designer working on an app. We're trying to get some good hands-on user testing and as a UX guy, I'm keen on getting that extra critical feedback only possible from keen IxD peeps such as yourself.
Please DM me at Jackson at jacksondcarson.com and we can take it from there.
UXRomandie (an IxDA local) is meeting up next week for a few drinks and a talk on Remote User Testing 101.
As the talk will be in French, the rest of this email is in French. But don't hesitate to contact me off the line to discuss what we are doing at UXRomandie or if you're an English speaker in French Switzerland. You are more than welcome to meet with us, as most of our participants speaks perfect English.
Nous vous convions au prochain rendez-vous UX Romandie. Cette réunion se tient le 27.03 à L'université de Genève.
Thought you'd like to know about this webinar we'll be hosting on October 7th, 9:30am PST. Come and learn about how, when, & why to use Unmoderated Remote User Testing within the different stages of the User-Centered Design Process.