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Tree Testing

by William Hudson | | 11 min read
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Tree Testing helps you to find where users get lost in your navigation.

Tree testing provides goal-oriented verification of a navigation hierarchy. No other part of the solution is involved since users only interact with a simulation of the menus. In the video William Hudson talks about getting started with tree testing:

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References & Where to Learn More

Optimal Workshop’s Treejack (tree-testing tool)

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