Website UX, or user experience, covers a wide range of factors. But at its core, UX is essentially about the human experience on a website.
So how do we know that a website offers a good user experience? We may think we’ve done everything right, but how can we really know without some measurement? Eyeball testing can be a very useful method, but it shouldn’t be the only one!
So here are 7 effective ways to measure your website’s UX:
1. Track the amount of time users s…
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