Is your Website not delivering the results you expect?
a UX Audit can help
Performed remotely and usually completed in just a few days, a UX audit can provide actionable recommendations that improve the overall user experience of a website – and drive positive results.
When should you do it?
When the data indicates there’s problem or – if there is no data but you have a feeling that you’re not getting the results you expect from your website or application.
Sure, pouring money into marketing will gain you thousands of site visitors… but if your visitors:
… then you’re simply throwing your money away. Strong marketing paired with a poor user experience is a losing combination.
What does a UX Audit include?
The audit outlines an overview of the site, system or application’s components and processes, and targets key usability issues. Some of the topics I examine include: consistency, feedback, cognitive load, error management and prevention, ease of use and more. You can read in length about the process here.
At the end of the audit, you’ll receive a detailed report listing the issues, diagnosed based on their severity level. Also included is an explanation of why each issue is considered a problem, along with recommended solutions on how to fix them.
Samples from the final report