I don’t know about you, but if I am browsing the web and come across a website that requires a lesser used plugin (that I haven’t installed) to go further, I leave the page and find another alternative somewhere else on the net. Unless what that website has to offer is so amazing, unique and secure that I absolutely have to see it (which is rarely the case) that site has lost a potential sign up.
This situation is known as a bad user experience. I was put off by what I considered to be a complication and therefore left the site. Bad user experiences should naturally be avoided at all costs.
We have made up a list of a range of usability testing tools so you can offer your visitors a good user experience. This list contains plenty of alternatives, but not so many as to create confusion or make your choice too difficult. We have described and rated each testing app to help you pick out the top usability app for your specific needs.
User experience testing apps begin from the ground up. Layout, design, word choice, sentence construction, video and audio quality, content, compatibility…the list goes on and on. There is nothing on your website, email, newsletter or social media feed that can’t be analysed, tested and monitored. Pure, continuous feedback at the click of a mouse. And if you want, you can also track that mouse click by using one of the several highly rated click tracking apps we have included in this list.