Scheduling Hard-to-Find Users

Have trouble scheduling users for #usability tests? Check out @UIE 's tips on how to make it happen: (cc @joebaz )
Developers may hesitate to start usability testing because they worry that their product poses special problems in finding, scheduling, or compensating the right users. This shouldn’t stop them. We successfully find and test hundreds of users a year and about 10% of these require special tactics for scheduling. Some of these tactics include: * Keeping a user database. This is the first place we look to find possible recruits * Not focusing on money as an incentive. The best incentive is curiosity about new products and the chance to affect future

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