SaaSperience is a comprehensive, in-depth process to gather high-value insights from your users during their critical first 28 days.
Quick, iterative rounds of testing enable product teams to make rapid improvements to either bring better products to market sooner or swiftly improve existing experiences.
In the article, I look at how you can make more informed decisions about product development by conducting user research to increase the likelihood and speed of achieving product-market fit.
In this article, I will explain that user testing your landing pages will help you refine a clear and concise message that your target visitors will understand and relate to; it will ensure that your calls to action are understandable and relevant and check that your page design is attractive and engaging.
In this article, I'll explain how I recently user-tested my own pre-launch SaaS product – Useroo, with just one 1 participant. I'll talk about what I learned and why I trusted the findings enough to act upon them.
If you are involved in selling a product or service online, watch out for the curse of knowledge. The curse of knowledge impacts the effectiveness of the messaging, web content and copy developed to inform and influence users.
In this article, we discuss how, as a SaaS business, you can optimise your website's performance and increase your conversion rates by testing your website with real potential users.
At Userfy, we specialise in remote, moderated user testing. In other words, a researcher runs our user testing in person. We choose moderated user testing because it generates a better and deeper understanding of what users do and why they do it.
You could recruit existing or new users for your user testing study. This choice can profoundly affect the insights you obtain, so making the right decision is essential.
Discovering UX problems and finding out how to fix them is a great thing, no matter when or how it happens… Many organisations are blissfully unaware that they are losing business because their users are getting confused or frustrated and so user testing at any time puts you ahead of the game.