User Experience Suite

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In UX Suite you can create simple surveys as well as complex, multiple-page studies.

With User Experience Suite you can create various studies and send them for participants to fill out. You will be able to use multiple research methods, including:

  • surveys,
  • screenshot click testing,
  • web scenario testing and
  • card sorting.

It's a comprehensive suite for gathering solid, declarative data.

Features:

  • broad variety of questions and task pages,
  • 3rd party panel integration (so you can buy the respondents),
  • advanced pages skip logic.


Try the tool as participant

See the example results

How do I use it?

Creating the UX Suite project consists of 3 parts:

  1. Designing the study (by adding questions and task pages)
  2. Collecting the data (using variety of methods)
  3. Analyzing the results

Step-by-step instructions

Designing the study

Collecting the data

See how the study will look for participants.

Analyzing the results

See the live example results.


Page types

Survey

Great design needs proper research and that requires asking the right questions. Users can become a great source of information if you know how to talk to them. Survey empowers you to ask questions and visualize the answers in a clear and compelling way.

Survey features:

  • easy drag and drop interface,
  • a set of question widgets to cater for different kinds of answers,
  • skip logic that allows you to guide the respondents through different paths depending on their answers,

You can use it to:

  • ask your users directly about their opinion,
  • conducting marketing and user experience online research.

Click Testing

It is crucial to measure the effectiveness of the visual designs. Whether it is new banner prepared by the marketing team or new website design concepts. Click Testing allows you to measure various aspects of such stimuli. You can ask various questions about the designs and get visual feedback from the participants.

Click Testing features:

  • single and multiple click tests,
  • visual analysis and statistics for the definable areas of interest,
  • comments for clicks.

You can use it to:

  • test visual creations, marketing materials and websites' layout,
  • find out what your users prefer,
  • make conscious design decisions.

Web Testing

Identifying usability problems is one thing, but you also need to validate their significance. Web Testing allows you to ask a targeted group of users to perform the same task and measure effort needed to complete it. The more people take part in such research, the more valid your findings will be.

Web Testing features:

  • creating scenario-based test in minutes,
  • success and failure ratios for every task,
  • possibility to conduct test also on competitors websites (without the need to change any code),
  • user flow graph (clickstream).

You can use it to:

  • test your website's navigation and findability of particular elements,
  • discover how users search for information on your website,
  • check how many steps your respondents need to skip/succeed in the task.

In case of problems with implementing Web Testing on your website, please contact us or see Web Testing Without Proxy (advanced).

Card Sorting

Card Sorting is a basic information architecture tool. Good Information Architecture (IA) helps people navigate throught your content easily. It is easy to search, study and recall. To efficiently build such structures it is essential to know how do the users organize information. You can learn that through card sorting: a quick yet reliable method to discover how people structure content.

Card Sorting features:

  • open and closed card sorting to generate insights,
  • visual analysis of the groupings.

You can use it to:

  • build successful information architecture that helps people navigate through your content easily,
  • improve navigation structure to make it more intuitive.