Peripheral insights often feed a designer’s instincts most

“Many of the most compelling usability test insights come not from the elements that are evaluated, but rather those not evaluated... The unintended conclusions—the peripheral insights—are often what feed a designer’s instincts most.” - Robert Hoekman Jr.

“Many of the most compelling usability test insights come not from the elements that are evaluated, but rather those not evaluated… The unintended conclusions—the peripheral insights—are often what feed a designer’s instincts most.” – Robert Hoekman Jr.

Read more in Robert’s article “The Myth of Usability Testing.”

Catriona Cornett

I am a User Experience Designer with a passion for making people’s lives better through design. I have helped over a dozen organizations obtain a competitive advantage by delivering great user experiences across desktop, mobile, tablet and other channels.

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