A friend of mine was checking out one of my sites the other day and told me something I never noticed before...
Pretty much that it SUCKED!
So I started looking for ways to stalk my visitors and get feedback... (it's not creepy if they agree to it)
Then I found YouEye!
Imagine this Young Sumo-Ling...
You sign up for YouEye and create a user test for your site. (Create your own tasks or pick from YouEye's library of pre set tasks to gain insight to certain aspects you want to improve on)
YouEye participants are sent to your test (could be your friends you invite or YouEye's own high quality testers)
They start the test and their entire experience (I mean EVERYTHING, from the webcam, microphone, and mouse movement) is recorded. (dear diary... giggity)
When they're done, the recorded experience is then compiled and sent to you within 72 hours!
Ok stop imagining and pay attention!
This Sumo was drooling with jiggly anticipation for video results to show up seeing what people thought afterwards...
I could then find out things like...
I went from "Your Site Sucks!" to "Here's all my time, please never shut this site down or I'll die" awesome!
Not bad for a few users testing the site and showing me what and where I needed to improve on!
So Sumo went on to get a 5 user tests done by Youeye testers and was slapped in the face with the price of $95 ($19/test)!
We thought it was a bit larger than our Sumo-Lings' stomachs so I effortlessly threw my weight around and DEMANDED YouEye give us a discount!
This Sumo got you the deal for $55 ($11/test)! It'll go back up to the original price soon, so get your grubby hands on some user testing!
The "I Test The Usability of My Stomach" Chief Sumo
P.S. This deal gets you...
P.P.S. According to Jakob Nielsen, the "King of Usability", a user test with 5 participants will find 80% of a web page's design issues. You could improve your site by 80% with just ONE test!
P.P.P.S.You can also get a YouEye Pro Plan for three months, you can check out that deal here - 3 months of the Pro Plan for only $87 (normally $147)
P.P.P.P.S. Check out a sample user test below:
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