I can often spot areas of improvement in your product by drawing on past experience. I've been observing people use digital products for the last 17 years.
A short snippet from a full report video
Much of the time normally taken to do a UX review is spent in writing a report. I have developed a more cost-effective (albeit more rustic) approach which involves a recording of me discussing my findings and recommendations on video.
This allows me to deliver a review for £400 which might otherwise be billed at £1,800 for the same level of insight.
You will receive a link to a video (you can download) which tends to last 40-60 mins. In the video I will discuss a number of observations and recommendations.
The precise number of observations and recommendations included will depend on what I see. It can often be around 30 observations.
But in other reviews I might spend longer discussing a smaller number of important observations in greater detail.
Step 1 - 1 hour
I go through key task(s) using your product and record my thoughts on video as I go. I spend about an hour on this step.
Step 2 - 2 hours
I watch this video back, taking notes of issues and recommendations. I then sort these notes into themes.
Step 3 - 1 hour
I use my notes to record a second video which is for you. In this video, I will walk through the site discussing where I see improvements can be made.
Where necessary, this can be followed up with a call to discuss the findings.
The nature of these reports allows me to fit them around my existing workload of research and mentoring. I might need a week or two in order to deliver the video to you, depending on how busy I am with other things.
Get in touch if you'd like to know more.