FAQ 2017-07-26T15:01:43+00:00

FAQ’s

Here is a list of questions we got from people just like you

Where are your testers from? 2017-06-21T12:26:12+00:00

Users Proof has a pool of testers composed of normal people who we recruit online.

I already have analytics, why should I talk to Users Proof? 2017-06-21T12:25:38+00:00

We agree with you that analytics include lots of useful information that helps you understand what features users are using. What pages get most views, etc. However many tools including Google Analytics does not answer “WHY” users are doing what they are doing. To get this insight on the “WHY”, you must ask the user. With Users Proof you can have that kind of analysis.

Are 3 tests statistically significant? 2017-06-21T12:25:16+00:00

Few samples will not get statistically significant results. However, a narrated video will help you see what others are seeing in your website. These tests will get to several ‘gotcha’ moments, while you understand your customers, their interpretation of terminology, and how they react to your website content. Dig deep to understand the WHY behind the user’s actions.

How Many tests should I have? 2017-06-21T12:24:35+00:00

We recommend testing with 4-8 users to get you initial feedback about your website that uncover major usability challenges that will help you take actionable decisions. Testing with more 10-20 users will revile almost all major usability issues, 20 or more will get you statistically significant data.

How can Users Proof help my product? 2017-06-21T12:23:58+00:00

We are your testing partners during the entire process of product development

  1. Through market validation, ask your potential market to perform a search to a similar service, find their pain points, and how your competitors are solving the problem you are solving.
  2. Know your competitors: Check out how your competitors are performing? Let our testers visit your competition website and get insights about their websites.
  3. Prototype testing: test your prototypes and verify if your assumptions are relevant to your users, test your marketing messages, website design, and more.
  4. Beta versions: when you have the beta version ready, you can test this edition with our panel of testers and make sure to verify your assumptions

New features: building a new awesome feature, test it before you hit the market with it.