Don’t have an in-house UX team? Not sure what to do next, or not sure how your product is doing?


UX audits are usually carried out on a product or service that has been live for some time has a backlog of data to examine. New features and products are more likely to be put through their paces with usability testing rather than a holistic audit.


An efficiently done UX audit incurs plenty of benefits for a product. It provides actionable follow-up activities based on empirical evidence, not hunches. It supports strategic design plans. It produces metrics that can be used in future tweaks. And it helps form hypotheses about why users act in a certain way, and how they might behave in the future. Most saliently of all, it contributes to boosting conversions and ROI once follow-up action is taken.