Prototype User Testing with InVision & Loop11

invision-loop11-twitterIf you design digital products like websites or apps then you will be well aware of the powerhouse prototyping tool InVision. They’ve been taking the design world by storm since founded in 2011.

Designing prototypes is an important part of any designer’s workflow, as such, InVision has become an integral tool within product teams. However, designing the prototype is only half the job, the second part is testing the design with users and seeing if what you’ve designed works.

Like a number of prototyping tools on the market, InVision has some usability testing baked in. It predominantly revolves around getting videos of users while they test a prototype on their iPhone 6 or above.

These videos of course are valuable, however, there is so much more that can be done with user testing and for these situations a tool like Loop11 is perfect.

The good news is, using Loop11 to test your InVision prototypes couldn’t be easier. Below we detail the steps.

Read More

Prototype Testing With Justinmind & Loop11

Justinmind, a fantastic prototyping tool for websites and apps, has just released a new integration with Loop11 which makes testing your design a breeze.

Below we lay out the simple steps. In order to follow this tutorial, you will need both a Justinmind account and a Loop11 account. Both offer free trials. Read More

Survey Tools, Recruitment Panels & User Testing

I’m sure many of you have encountered the scenario where you want to run user testing on you prototype or website, you’ve set up your user test (using a tool like Loop11) and you’re all ready to recruit your participants. However, you arrive at a problem…

Some of you may want to start your test using a survey tool like SurveyMonkey or QuestionPro, and others will be using a recruitment panel like Cint, SSI or Pure Profile. Either way, a common problem presents itself;

Read More

Using Loop11 with WordPress

Many Loop11 users utilize the power of WordPress to design their websites. There are more websites currently online powered by WordPress than any other framework or content management system. With the thousands of templates available for WordPress it is becoming increasingly important to test the designs to ensure they are achieving your goals. Luckily it’s a breeze to insert the Loop11 code into your WordPress website.

Loop11 now has a WordPress plugin which can be downloaded here.

Once you’ve downloaded the ZIP file, follow these simple steps to start running user tests on your website.

Read More

Using Loop11 with SquareSpace

Many Loop11 users utilize the power of SquareSpace to design their websites. Traditionally SquareSpace is the quick, simple and cheap way to set-up a gorgeous, functional website. This is all true, and it’s just as easy to perform user testing on you SquareSpace website if you’re using Loop11.

Adding the Loop11 JavaScript to your SquareSpace website is a breeze. In this article we’ll show you how to install the Loop11 code in four easy steps.

Read More

Using Loop11 with Shopify

Many Loop11 users run e-commerce websites powered by the Shopify platform. E-commerce websites are arguably among some the most relevant websites on which to perform user testing.

Adding the Loop11 JavaScript to your Shopify website is a breeze. In this article we’ll show you how to install the Loop11 code in six easy steps.

Read More

Loop11 & Axure – The powerful prototyping & UX combo

Axure is one of the best prototyping tools available and as such it is one of the most popular tools used in conjunction with Loop11. Many of Loop11’s users, companies of all sizes, create their prototypes in Axure and then run multiple tests to validate which of their designs perform the best. You can find a case study on prototyping with Axure and Loop11 here.

To make the workflow as seamless as possible we wanted to create this ‘how to’ article to show the exact steps that need to be followed in order to get the best results from using the two tools together. Read More

Prototype user testing with Axure & Loop11

Prototype Design with Axure and Loop11In late 2015 a major bank used a combination of Loop11 and Axure to create and test some new prototypes aimed at improving the user experience for their internet customers.

A prototype is a mid to high fidelity representation of the final user interface. In this instance the prototypes, while looking like a polished website, only contained two or three elements per page which the user could click on. By limiting the potential paths and interaction points a user could engage with the bank opened the doors to a rapid testing cycle where they weren’t bogged down by code and irrelevant functionality.

Read More

Next Page »