A UX Audit aims to get a global overview of the User Experience (UX) of a website, app or prototype. The UX Audit is carried out by experienced UX professionals.
Conducted by experienced UX Researchers
Average turnaround time of 5 - 10 working days
Remote research means affordable rates (starting from € 995,- per study).
A combination of data points form the basis of a UX Audit.
The website or app will be assessed with the use of a predefined list of usability heuristics.
Extensive Research Report
Gain access to all user tests or interviews and work with our research report.
How are UX Audits conducted?
A UX Audit starts with gaining access to a wide range of data points. These can include, but are not limited to, Google Analytics, Hotjar and customer support tickets.
The process for a UX Audit can be divided into three phases.
1 - Research Preparation
In an introductory meeting, the research objectives are discussed and advice is given on the research design and methodology. After approval of the quotation, the kick-off is scheduled. During the kick-off, the research questions are formalised.
2 - Research Execution
The different data sources are analysed, after which a heuristic evaluation takes place. The website, app or prototype will be tested against a broad set of usability heuristics.
3 - Analysis and reporting
The insights from the UX Audit are summarised in an extensive research report and explained in an evaluation with the UX researchers who performed the audit.
Typical research questions
To what extent does the website or prototype satisfy conventional usability heuristics?
To what extent does the website or app adhere to the leading conventions in the market?
To what extent does the website or prototype enable the company to achieve its business goals?
To what extent does the website or prototype enable the user to achieve its goal?
What are the deliverables?
The deliverables of Usability Research are threefold.
Access to all sessions and research notes
Research notes are made available via the dashboard. An unlimited number of users can be invited, so everyone in the organisation can gain access to it if required.
All insights are presented in an extensive research report. The reports provides an issue of all insights, as well as a measure of frequency so that it becomes clear which insights should be regardeded as priority.
Curious to see what a research report looks like?
Download example research report.
Discuss your research objectives
Schedule a meeting with one of our UX Researchers to discuss your research objectives. If you are interested in our services, we provide you with a tailored research proposal the same day.