Tag Archives: user testing

Testing the new purchasing pages

As usual we want to give a big thank you to everyone who helped with testing the new pages for purchasing. There were some tricky tasks for this lot of testing, but we are really pleased with the results and grateful for all the useful feedback we received. Your support makes a real difference to […]

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November 7 2016

Research

purchasing user testing


Testing the new Valuing Performance site

Between the 11 and 15 April we undertook testing for the new Valuing Performance (VP) site with 20 members of staff from across the council. We have been working on the site for the past couple of months with the aim of making the VP process easier to follow and helping people answer some of […]

April 25 2016

Background Research

user testing


Testing the new HR site

As part of the changes to the HR information online we have had a testing week to find out how the new site structure worked in practice.

January 4 2016

Background Research

user testing


User Experience – Mobile Libraries Web Site Review

As part of a review of the Mobile Libraries web site, we wanted to ensure that the users of the service were receiving the right information in the best format available from the site: http://www3.hants.gov.uk/library/library-servicesforyou/mobile-libraries.htm As we have no immediate experience of what other men feel, we can form no idea of the manner in […]

April 28 2015

Research

User Experience (UX) user testing


Thanks for your feedback on Libraries

A week or so ago we put out a link to the new libraries site with a feedback form and asked you all to take a look and let us know all the things wrong with the site. We got around 80 forms submitted from people all over the organisations and we would like to […]

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September 5 2014

Background

feedback user testing