To user-test, or not to user-test? That is the question.
Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Gareth Fox Apologies for the appalling use of Shakespeare’s classic line. I thought it was funny. Recently, I started a project with a UX agency. My idea: work on a high-fidelity prototype and test with users asap. The agency was against user-testing. Their argument was that as the UX experts, their knowledge, experience and the personal research conducted up front provided enough information to build a ʻgoodʼ experience. User-testing would not be a good use of time and budget. My response