For the last few months, we regularly added definitions to our Usability ABC. We are proud to say that we will double our efforts by teaming up with Justin Mifsud of UsabilityGeek fame. By regularly adding and refining definitions to the list, we think this resource can be of help to anyone interested in usability and UX.
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We’re an Amsterdam based international web startup and are looking for eager and ambitious web developers. We offer a fast and simple online platform for usability testing. Our users include 12,000 usability experts, designers, web analysts, and marketeers from all over the world. Companies like Disney, Electronic Arts, Booking.com, Sony, and even Barack Obama use our product to collect valuable feedback from their users.
Are you up for the challenge to work with a company that breathes user experience and usability and works with the worlds’ leading UX professionals and marketeers? Do you want to learn from the development challenges that come with a fast growing web startup? Do you like to work in the absolute center of Amsterdam in a great office in an inspiring building with other startups and creatives? Join our team!
With Usabilla it is easy to add additional information to your participants by adjusting the URL to your test. Adding this additional information just got a lot more useful, because we added filter options directly in the sidebar when you analyze your test.
Before I show you the filter options, I will quickly recap how you can alter URLs.
We made it easier to make your test go viral. From now on, tests created with a paid plan have an ‘Enable Sharing’ checkmark in the test details:
Our good friends at Bolt | Peters are hosting User Research Friday, where UX, research and design professionals discuss methods and meet each other. The event is held in New York, but simulcasted in San Francisco and in the Usabilla office. We have a 2-way line with the event in NYC, so we can watch all the talks and ask questions.
It’s on friday November the 18th, from 7pm – 11pm. Please let us know if you can come by registering here. Spots are limited.
Suzanne helped Usabilla a great deal this summer. Her design skills proved invaluable, most of all in creating user flows and thinking about the user experience of our upcoming backend. It was great to have her as an intern, both on a professional and on a personal level! Suzanne was so kind to write a bit about how she experienced her time here, which you can read below. All the best Suzanne! — The Usabilla team
We are happy to announce that Usabilla now works on mobile devices. Setup a test with screenshots of your app or mobile site and let users participate by using their smartphones or tablets: it’s all possible now, and it works like a charm. Sign in or get started with a free account and setup a mobile test right away, or read on for the details.
We are happy to announce that our new website is online. We had a lot of fun designing, coding, tweaking and writing it. Out with the old, in with the new!
Do you like the new design? Do you have any feedback or tips? We are planning to test and tweak the site quite a lot, and we couldn’t do it without our customers. Please let us know, we are listening!
Did you happen to hear the news last May of a Chinese labor camp forcing detainees to play World of Warcraft as part of a huge money-making scam? Well, I have another idea that might not generate any money to the guards, but will definitely cause pain with the detainees: try to book a sailing trip to Greece online! Seriously, my eyes were hurting, I got stressed, and had nightmares that I’ll spend all my summer in the rainy Netherlands.
We are happy to announce that we launched a new, highly improved version of both our surveys and the analysis of test results in Usabilla. Most of all, everything is much quicker and responsive. Some of the improvements:
Our visual surveys are completely rewritten from scratch and much faster as a result. By using leaner code and preloading test content in a clever way, participating is even more pleasant than it was before.
The analysis also got a complete makeover. We now use the newest web standards and no longer rely on Flash, which makes the interface way more snappy and flexible for future improvements. You can also analyze the results of individual participants, we added filter options for participants and visualize results with click paths.
The XML of test results contains more data and is structured for integration with other apps and our future API.
We believe this greatly enhances the Usabilla experience for both our users as your users (test participants). If you have any questions, don’t hestitate to contact us.