10 Free Usability Testing Accounts From IntuitionHQ

10 Free Usability Testing Accounts From IntuitionHQ

If you are a web designer, you are sure to have been hearing all about the growth of usability testing, user interface design and user experience design.

As designers, we all want to make the best designs we possibly can – making them attractive, usable, fun and fresh. After all, the better the website works, the more effective it is for us and our clients, and the better our business will be in the future. To learn more about it, you can read more on our previous article – A/B Testing: Usability From A to B

10 Free Usability Testing Accounts From IntuitionHQ

Today we are happy to give you the key to one of these elements – usability testing. IntuitionHQ.com is happy to give away 10 free tests on their online usability testing service so you too can carve out your own little slice of usability heaven.

About IntuitionHQ

IntuitionHQ is a remote usability testing service that enables you to quickly and easily run tests on your designs. You can test wireframes, sketches, final designs, or even do brief surveys.

About IntuitionHQ

IntuitionHQ also offers A/B testing so you can run two designs against each other and compare them side by side. This can come in handy in a lot of different situations – when redesigning sites, when testing different ideas against each other, or in those painful moments when at the end of a project the client’s big boss comes along with a new sketch in his hand with his version of a new design. A little A/B testing will soon show you what’s what.

Results

With IntuitionHQ you just upload a screenshot, sketch or wireframe, set some tasks, and send out the test. Sending out the test is very simple – it’s just a link that you can put on your facebook page, twitter feed, or any other place you see fit. Easy.

Test Interface

We’ve found this testing process is a really good way to get people involved without getting them over-involved.

You can take a sample test here to get an idea of what we are talking about. Testing normally just takes a few minutes, and it means people are kept in the design loop without under- or over-involving them. Beautiful.

New Project

As you can see in the above screenshot or in these sample results, it tells you how long it took someone to fulfill a task, and shows you where they clicked. With this information, you can quickly see what is or isn’t working, and tweak your designs. It’s that simple.

Like a Free Account? Comment to Win!

For a chance to win a free test on IntuitionHQ all you have to do is post a comment below and tell us what you’d like to test. Winners will be chosen at random from the comments. Please enter a valid email address.

The competition will be open until this Friday 22th October 2010. Winners will be announced on this article and will be contacted via email.

You can also shoutout to @onextrapixel on Twitter for an extra chance to win.

Good luck and happy testing!

Here Are The 10 Lucky Winners

We are glad to announce the winners for Usability Testing Accounts from IntuitionHQ. These lucky 10 winners were chosen at random:

  • Umar
  • Robert Damoc
  • Kathleen
  • Pablo Lara H
  • Marcus
  • Jesse Drujon
  • Anthony Schultz
  • Sneha
  • Megan
  • Jon Garcia

Winners will be contacted through email. If you are one of them and have not received an email from us or our sponsor by next working day – Monday, please contact us.

Thank you for all your support. For sure, we will be organising more giveaway contest so everyone will have a chance to win, stay tuned!

Onextrapixel, or more commonly known as OXP is dedicated to delivering useful, comprehensive and innovative information for designers, developers and many others.

Comments

    • David,
    • October 19, 2010
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    I’m working on a little pet project for an app I am developing for iPhone – I’d love to be able to test both the app and the site. Thanks for the chance to win!

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    I need an IntuitionHQ a/c! :D

    • Luciano,
    • October 19, 2010
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    That’s a great and useful giveaway! I’ll keep my finger crossed… and hope to win. lol

    • Umar,
    • October 19, 2010
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    I’d like to win an account please!

    The things I’d like to test are the designs I build for clients, they often seem to think they know best practices when it comes to usability so it’d be interesting to run this usability testing tool and see how well my sites perform.

    Thanks!

    • Cameron,
    • October 19, 2010
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    I’d like to test my blog and a pet project of mine!

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    I’m plan to try this service with my team of QA, that I lead.
    Hope to improve client satisfaction and send feed back to designer to improve UI if is need.

    Users are hard test to pass.

    Nice service.

  3. / Reply

    I design and create websites all day, every day. I often wonder what the end user experience is – did they find what they were intended to, was it easy to use, did they enjoy it? Thanks for the great article and the potential give-away!

  4. / Reply

    Need iHQ account…now! [;

  5. / Reply

    I would use it to test my own website as well as my clients websites.

  6. / Reply

    Now this is an enormous opportunity for us. We develop multiple websites and applications and sometimes have to go way too fast. It would be great to be able to use this free account to test out the service and make our websites even better… Yepa, would appreciate this…

  7. / Reply

    This can be really useful! I will keep my finger crossed! :P

  8. / Reply

    I need it to make my site get more conversation ;p

    • lev,
    • October 19, 2010
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    well, need it

    • Jesse Drujon,
    • October 19, 2010
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    I would love to test out some new comps against each other and this seems like a great way to do it and also get familiar with a/b testing. Thanks for the chance!

  9. / Reply

    Usability test is a fundamental process In the user centered design process. A tool like intuitHQ would be perfect for my academic and commercial researchs!

  10. / Reply

    I would also like to win one of those accounts, never got the chance to test my design, would be a good occasion :)

  11. / Reply

    I never think about usability test on my site. I’d love to see the result done by professional.

    • lisa,
    • October 19, 2010
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    I would like to test my team’s new website !
    It has got all kind of positive and negative results and I’d like a ore professional opinion about it

    • Anthony Schultz,
    • October 19, 2010
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    Thanks for the offer OXP! I am currently building a UI for a monster sized web app that has been in development for 6 years or so before I was hired to provide a UI. Now, I am trying to explain to a bunch of JAVA developers how and why it is important for the app to be usable to more than just them. This would help out considerably!

    • Jüri,
    • October 19, 2010
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    Need to test our SaaS app regional sites throughout Easten Europe!

    • Mehdi,
    • October 19, 2010
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    I’m freelancer & want account too…

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    Just building a new web for design people in Czech republic :-) Would be great to have some tool to test the web before I launch it…

    • Dan,
    • October 19, 2010
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    Would love to utilize this tool for usability testing for clients. On account please, with a side of freedom fries!

    • Kris,
    • October 19, 2010
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    Right now I am using Verifyapp and I pay $9 a month. It has been nice but they are still working out some cross-browser compatibility problems. I’d love to get a free account to be able to test out IntuitionHQ and compare!

    • Cole,
    • October 19, 2010
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    I’m testing a new food pic portfolio site – no flash – and would love to use your app for it!

  13. / Reply

    looing good, i want some :)

  14. / Reply

    I have a huge new blog/video tutorial website I am building that needs a ton of usability testing. From tutorial videos to how to blog entries, I need help!

    • Lora,
    • October 20, 2010
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    I am multimedia design student, I am currently working on a school project, would like to test it.

    • Steve Robillard,
    • October 20, 2010
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    I would love to test my new web based app (for DSS offices).

    • Ahmad,
    • October 20, 2010
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    I need iHQ account too :-p

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    Please count me in! I’d love to test any site I make. Cheers

    • Jono,
    • October 20, 2010
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    I am currently using a combination of Silverback, Screenflow, and a few other semi-working solutions…it would be great to test out another app for comparison.

  16. / Reply

    I am a Web Designer in an ecommerce industry and I would like to use IntuitionHQ for my company websites where we always had a problem of AB testing, It would be great if i win the key
    Thanks

    • Khader Ali khan,
    • October 20, 2010
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    I am a designer working in an ecommerce industry and I would like to use IntuitionHQ for our company websites. It would be great help if I get the key:)

  17. / Reply

    yey :)

  18. / Reply

    Interesting :D .. really nice tool

    • Mike OTW,
    • October 20, 2010
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    Cool. Even the demo had me thinking about my own sites.

    Having co-designed and written a few sites for friends and some commerce, I feel I never get the feedback that truly helps us move forward for a re-design or even how to make the next site better.

    • Wayne,
    • October 20, 2010
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    It’s generally shocking the lack of usability testing that isn’t done. I think we would all benefit from testing our websites, that’s why I want an account!

    • Taki,
    • October 20, 2010
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    Hey!
    I’d really like to test my new studio’s website :)

    Cheers!

    • Brian,
    • October 20, 2010
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    I am in the process of developing a site that makes a new twist on the traditional dating/personals website. A service like this would be a great help in determining which ideas are viable and which go too far.

  19. / Reply

    Very cool. You guys always have awesome giveaways, thanks!

    • Pascal,
    • October 21, 2010
    / Reply

    This sounds really interesting, but what will it do for me?

    • Tyler,
    • October 21, 2010
    / Reply

    Awesome…fingers crossed!

  20. / Reply

    This looks like a great quick alternative to the expensive UI group one of our clients prefers to use. Not saying they’re bad but just not cost effective for all projects.

    Right now I’m working on improving our 3 of our corporate websites as well as 2 social network sites for clients. This would greatly help in improving my skill as well as convince my clients a particular design works better.

    Regardless of contest, this still looks like a viable solution. Great post!

    • Megan,
    • October 22, 2010
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    This looks like a very good tool for remote testing. Having time to completion for task and the click map is very helpful. It would work much better than the virtual meeting software we are using right now. It would be less time and effort and much more simple. I think great results can come from a program like this. I would love to try it out. Thanks so much.

    • Alexey,
    • October 22, 2010
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    I’m poor ukrainian blogger and web-developer :) and I’d like to test this app. Thanks for the chance to win a key.

    • Sneha,
    • October 22, 2010
    / Reply

    Hey,

    We have a small product start-up that got covered in Mashable, RWW, KillerStartUps, Gigaom and a few other spaces! We’re facing a little glitch as far as our site UX is concerned and we’d love to win a free testing from the experts like you. Benefiting from your guidance, we can better our offering for the many people who sign up with us to make Social media profile management a little easier :)

    Warm Regards,
    Sneha

  21. / Reply

    Hi everyone, thank you for your support. The contest is closed.

    The winners are listed at the end of this article. Thank you!

  22. / Reply

    I am conducting a free lunch and learn for the stakeholders of this site. It would be great show them how their site works from a users perspective.

    • Vida,
    • April 20, 2012
    / Reply

    Interesting post. I’m late on this here, lol.

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