UX audit - Use cases

During UX audits, you refer to both your own expertise as well as known principles (Nielsen, Shneiderman, Bastien & Scapin) to identify potential improvements. Once an area of opportunity is pinpointed, the steps of creating a report can quickly become complicated with having to use too many tools and incompatible references.

For example, the traditional method with Word or PowerPoint requires multiple steps: take a screenshot of the problem, annotate the capture, import your annotated image into a new document (while trying to maintain the formatting), add details and propose solutions, tinker with the formatting, and then send out your report to your colleagues, project stakeholders or clients. Unless you know the criteria like the back of your hand, you also need to keep a reference copy in another window to refer back to them.

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Capian puts all the steps together to simplify the audit process so you can concentrate more where it counts: your UX expertise and your recommendations.

With Capian, you can quickly capture and document problems without leaving the webpage, all while justifying your work with the integrated heuristics or with your own. The final audit report is automatically rendered in a simple format that you can easily share with a link.

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