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Feedback Services and Device Testing

SUMMARY: A roundup of UX feedback services, and articles on device testing.

Feedback Services

  1. Verify

    Verify is the fastest way to collect and analyze user feedback on screens or mockups.

  2. Concept Feedback

    Get Website Feedback and Increase Conversion Rates Expert analysis, detailed recommendations and solutions you can implement today.

  3. IntuitHQ

    Get useful, actionable results, improve usability in no time, and create a site your users will love.

  4. Loop11

    Loop11 is a remote usability testing tool that enables you to test the user-experience of any website and identify navigational and usability issues. Get the hard facts about your website quickly and cost effectively!

  5. Optimizely

    A/B testing you'll actually use. Website optimization made easy.

  6. Silverback

    Guerrilla usability testing software for designers and developers

  7. UserTesting.com

    Usability Testing Has Never Been Easier The fastest, cheapest way to find out why users leave your website.

  8. Steve Krug wrote a second book on usability testing, and gives a basic demo of it on YouTube:

Device Testing

  1. 112/14/10 - Smartphone Browser Landscape

    In this article, I’ll give you an overview of the mobile web market, as well as phone platforms and their browsers, so that you can decide which mobile devices to test on. Then, we’ll look at how to set up a mobile test bed.

  2. 01/04/12 - Test on Real Mobile Devices without Breaking the Bank

    Mobile is the future of the web, so it’s time to start investing in some mobile devices. Testing on actual devices is now an absolutely essential part of web design.

  3. 02/07/12 - Strategies for choosing test devices

    It’s been great to see a conversation developing around how to acquire test devices and how to do so on a budget. But once you have a budget in place, how should you spend it?

  4. 03/28/12 - Testing for Dummies

    We thought we’d share some information on our testing process.

  5. 06/26/12 - How to Build a Device Lab [Part 1]

    Recently, we were lucky enough to be given the opportunity to build a device lab for our department. Stephanie Rieger (@stephanierieger) covers the many reasons why organizations need to get their hands on real devices for testing.

  6. 09/11/12 - Testing Websites in Game Console Browsers

    More than one in eight internet users in the UK, US, and France—and nearly one in four American teens—uses a game console to get online, according to studies from 2010 and 2011.

  7. 09/24/12 - Establishing An Open Device Lab

    Managing a personal device lab can be quite hard with an ever expanding number of devices. It’s not only expensive, but also bad for our environment.

  8. 11/01/12 - Building the Happy Cog Test Lab

    hen first planning our test lab, I surveyed my own collection of devices and then asked around our Austin office for people who had some older phones sitting at home in a closet or junk drawer.

  9. LabUp!

    LabUp! is here to help people around the world in establishing nonprofit Open Device Labs which helps others access a large number of mobile devices for testing, leading to an ultimate improvement of the mobile web & app experience both for developers and consumers.