It has been a while since we sent out an update about Usabilla. In the past months 4500 users ran hundreds of interesting tests with an incredible number of participants, we fixed many small bugs and tweaks, released new features,
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Not so long ago I have been interviewed by the experienced usability expert Craig Tomlin about my background, thoughts on UX, and the future plans of Usabilla. Read the full interview on Craig’s blog: Useful Usability.
Usabilla has been nominated for the Dutch Startup Awards in the category ‘Best Web App’. The Dutch Startup Awards are organized by The Next Web and the Dutch magazine Emerce. We’re very proud to be on the shortlist for the finale. In
We’ve just upgraded our servers and we released some interesting improvements. We’ve made some changes under the hood, enhanced the user experience of the test interface and implemented some handy features in the analysis. We will outline the most important
From 12 to 14 May 2010 the European UX scene gathers at UX-Lx in beautiful Lisbon for three days of interesting keynotes and workshops. Usabilla is one of the proud sponsors of this conference. We’ve set up a great deal
In February the interaction design community gathered in Savannah for three exciting days of keynotes and workshops at IXD10. Nate Bolt, one of the founders of the US based usability research firm Bolt | Peters, gave an interesting presentation about
We’ll be attending UX Lx 2010 in sunny Lisbon from 12 to 14 May. If you’re fast you can order early bird tickets and meet the international UX scene in beautiful Portugal. Great speakers (Steve Krug, Jared Spool, Peter Merholz,
We made an interesting deal with Rosenfeld Media. If you upgrade your account to a standard or large plan now, you’ll receive a free copy of Rosenfeld Media’s newest publication: “Remote Research” by Nate Bolt and Tony Tulathimutte from Bolt
We’ve just released some minor enhancements for the test details page, to solve some important usability issues. These small improvements include extra feedback on the status of your test, disabled buttons instead of disappeared buttons, and some improved styling. Fixed