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I'm offering a new service: UX audits. A user experience audit (UX audit) is a way to identify problem areas of an existing digital product or service, revealing which parts of a website or application are causing issues for users and blocking conversions. As with financial audits, a UX audit uses empirical methods to expand an existing situation, and offer heuristics-based recommendations for improvements, in this case, user-centric enhancements. Ultimately, a UX audit should let you know how to improve conversions by making it easier for users to achieve their goals on your website or application.
A UX audit can help answer the following questions:
And these questions are just the beginning. A UX audit can answer all sorts of questions. The questions you ask during an audit will depend on what your goals are.
The greatest benefit of conducting a UX audit is that in the end, you end up with a list of actionable recommendations that are based on data for your specific product or service. You can then use those recommendations to better understand your users, implement a redesign (not necessarily of the entire product or service), and reach your business goals.