Everyone hates testing, and usability testing more than ever. It cannot be automated and needs human intervention every single time. We are finally starting to see products that will help with usability testing. One of the first was Clearleft’s SilverBack.
Now, dutch internet startup Usabilla wants to make online usability testing fast and simple with visual feedback. The company recently launched a private beta and is looking for testers.
To get your invite click here.
The process is simple: you create a test/project, you select the pages, add tasks, invite people and watch their feedback. Participants answer basic questions about how they think and feel about a website by placing markers or notes on a transparent overlay on the web page.
Let’s face it: testing is boring, but this could be a nice product to make UI testing easy and quite simple.
As said earlier you can get some private beta invites.
Posted by On May - 4 - 2009