Yes. You need to have running code, and at least part of your user interface needs to be working. You also need to be able to run your product on a portable device, such as a notebook, cell phone, or iPad.
Ostensibly, it’s called guerilla usability testing because, analogous to guerilla warfare, it circumvents many of the tools and techniques of traditional usability testing in favor of a simpler, less people-intensive approach that relies heavily on mobility and on the element of surprise. However, I think, it’s mainly called guerilla usability testing because we programmers and designers like to make our jobs sound much more badass than they really are. Hi there, Code Ninjas and Rock-Star Designers! ...
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