UX review is an evaluation of a product experience by assessing not only for compliance with heuristics, but also against other known usability guidelines, principles of usability-related fields such as cognitive psychology and human-computer interaction, and the reviewer’s expertise and past experience in the field.
How to conduct a UX Review
When conducting a UX review, you need to focus on actionable insights.
An audit is not an just a laundry list of usability issues. Triage, prioritize, and deliver clear next steps to our stakeholders and clients. Beyond fixing glaring issues, you also want to reveal new opportunities for conversion and engagement.
Unless you present a clear plan, your audit will just get left in some developer’s to-do list.
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What is a Design Review?
Common types of design reviews include:
- Heuristic evaluation: a type of design review in which the design is evaluated for compliance with a set of heuristics such as Jakob Nielsen’s 10 Usability Heuristics.
- Standalone design critique: a design review in which an in-progress design is analyzed (usually as a group conversation) to determine whether it meets its objectives and provides a good experience.
- Expert review: a design review in which a UX expert inspects a system (such as a website or application, or a section therein) to check for possible usability issues. The distinction between heuristic evaluations and expert reviews is blurry in many organizations, and it’s okay to think of an expert review as a more general version of a heuristic evaluation.
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