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Usabilla Exchange April ’15 (Roundup)

/ by Oliver McGough

Usabilla Exchange April ’15 (Roundup)

Thursday 9th April marked the third edition of Usabilla Exchange. With a record 82 attendees, it was by far our most successful edition yet. The attendees played witness to insightful presentations from Skyscanner and Humix, sharing best practices and details

Will Wearables Change UI as We Know It?

/ by Andrii Glushko

Will Wearables Change UI as We Know It?

User Interface in 2014: Ecosystem Granularity Increases A little less than a year ago, UX Magazine published my article about the ecosystem behind product/service. This article describes how granular and diverse the experience is, and how important it is to

Usabilla Live Feature Update: November 2014

/ by Bryony Watson

Usabilla Live Feature Update: November 2014

Hello everyone! The Usabilla team has been busy and as promised we have continued to work on new and exciting features to make handling your feedback data as simple and effective as possible. We’ve worked on several new features to

Meet the new members of Usabilla

/ by Bryony Watson

Meet the new members of Usabilla

Things have been developing at Usabilla over the last couple of months and along the way we’ve been adding to our collection of employees. So Kate, Jacky, Joshua, Kyran, Marco, Ana, Bob and Bryony, welcome to the team!

Usabilla Live Feature Update: August 2014

/ by Oliver McGough

Usabilla Live Feature Update: August 2014

We’ve been working hard behind the scenes here at Usabilla to provide you with the best possible tool for collection and analyzing user feedback. Usabilla and our products never stand still as we continuously update, adapt, and redefine the standard

Usabilla Live Feature Update: July 2014

/ by Oliver McGough

Usabilla Live Feature Update: July 2014

We’ve been working hard behind the scenes here at Usabilla to provide you with the best possible tool for collection and analyzing user feedback. Usabilla and our products never stand still as we continuously update, adapt, and redefine the standard

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