A/BBY, is a module I wrote for Framer to record data from quantitative usability testing with Framer. It uses Parse
to store the data which can then be filtered through and analyzed. The idea is to leverage prototypes that teams would be creating anyway and enabling them to test it at scale. The four data points it records are:
- Email for you to identify a user (this can be replaced by just a generated ID if contact information is unnecessary
- Errors, or the interactions users make that are incorrect.
- Success, a true/false value to see whether they successfully completed the task.
- Time it takes for the user to complete a predetermined task if they did complete it.
You can find the module on Github here
. It was difficult for me to balance ease of use and flexibility in customization with the module. I did not want the prototyper to have to change their workflow to incorporate my module, but different tests may need different metrics so it still had to maintain flexibility.