First-click Testing

First-click Testing

Learn about first-click tests and how to conduct them.

About this course

In first-click tests, participants see an image of a page or screen design. They read a task and then indicate the first place they would click to accomplish that task.

First-click tests provide insight into what visual elements of the design are most prominent and also the most meaningful. These elements include images, navigation labels, and "calls-to-action" (e.g., links and action buttons).

In this course, we discuss what first-click tests are, how to conduct them, and the insights you can expect to gather from your results.

Curriculum27 min

  • What is first-click testing? 3 min
  • Planning a first-click test 5 min
  • Conducting a first-click test 4 min
  • Using UserTesting for first-click testing 4 min
  • Analysis of first-click test data 4 min
  • Best practices 3 min
  • Frequently asked questions 1 min
  • Example of piloting a large-scale first-click test 1 min
  • Course feedback 1 min
  • Resources and Next steps 1 min

About this course

In first-click tests, participants see an image of a page or screen design. They read a task and then indicate the first place they would click to accomplish that task.

First-click tests provide insight into what visual elements of the design are most prominent and also the most meaningful. These elements include images, navigation labels, and "calls-to-action" (e.g., links and action buttons).

In this course, we discuss what first-click tests are, how to conduct them, and the insights you can expect to gather from your results.

Curriculum27 min

  • What is first-click testing? 3 min
  • Planning a first-click test 5 min
  • Conducting a first-click test 4 min
  • Using UserTesting for first-click testing 4 min
  • Analysis of first-click test data 4 min
  • Best practices 3 min
  • Frequently asked questions 1 min
  • Example of piloting a large-scale first-click test 1 min
  • Course feedback 1 min
  • Resources and Next steps 1 min
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