Advantages of Remote Interviews
Remote Interviews let you take a look inside your user’s head and maintain control over the testing process. Interact and communicate directly with real users during a Remote Interview and discover usability problems to provide the best user experience design for your customers.
Testing in different locations, on different devices, and on a tight schedule
Time for testing is almost always limited. This time pressure makes it impossible to think about in-person meetings, especially when there’s travelling involved as well. When developing a new digital product, your market probably isn’t concentrated to just the 100km radius around your headquarters. Most digital products are made for users in several different locations, if not worldwide.Show more
UX testing wherever you are
You wouldn’t choose to run face-to-face interviews with 50 testers in 30 different locations – that would be inefficient due to the time and cost of setting it up.
Yet, you still want to test your digital product thoroughly with a diverse tester group that represents your target audience as accurately as possible. The testers help you discover usability problems as soon as possible and in turn, enable you to provide the best user experience design for your customers.Show less
Remotely watch, communicate with, and guide testers during the testing process
So, how do you conduct extensive testing in a short amount of time while still being able to watch and guide testers during the testing process – without even leaving your office?Show more
Remote Interviews let you take a look inside your user’s head
And you maintain control over the testing process. You communicate directly with them and watch their actions over a conference call, while they perform usability testing in real-time.
The test setup and execution of the interview can be handled either by yourself or by one of our expert project managers, based on your individual requirements.
In addition, the flexibility of Remote Interviews allow you to guide the testing process and adapt the test manuscript based on your tester’s feedback as it takes place. Finally, as you receive feedback on the spot,
Remote Interviews are perfectly adapted to implement fixes in short and continuous development cycles.Show less
“With the support of Testbirds and the members of their crowd of testers we were able to detect critical errors and bugs which we had never located within hours before launch. […] We were also impressed by Testbirds’ flexibility and their ideas regarding tester recruitment.”Download Case Study
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What are Remote Interviews?
In the field of user experience research (UX research), Remote Interviews are moderated remote usability tests where participants and facilitators are in different geographical locations but in the same virtual location.
Remote Interviews are closely related to Remote Usability Videos. The main difference is that you have the chance to interact and communicate directly with the testers during a Remote Interview. This allows you to ask clarifying or elaborating questions, or help the tester if he or she struggles with a task.
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